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women in design who lead and inspire.

Over the past 6 months we have been staggered by the amazing community response to our call for nominations of potential Canadian Women designers to interview. Canada is fortunate to have such a wealth of talented female designers, and we are honoured to provide you with these interviews. We would like to express our gratitude, to those who we've interviewed, for sharing their experiences, wisdom, and precious time.

"An inuksuk on a rocky shore against the sunset lit sky and waters of Georgian Bay in Craigleith Provincial Park near Collingwood, Ontario.  An inuksuk is a stone landmark originally used by Native North Americans such as the Inuit.  An inuksuk built in the shape of a human figure is called an inunnguaq.  These landmarks have become a cultural symbol of Canada and it's North.The shale that forms the shore in this part of  Georgian Bay is studded with invertebrate fossils believed to be more than 400 million years old."

Outcrop Communications

"We need more women in the positions of Art Director, Creative Director, and Owner in the design industry. I’m proud and hopeful being a woman in this business.”

Welcome to a special WICD interview featuring the team at Outcrop Communications! With over 37 years of combined experience, these creative women of the North inspire.... [Read More...]



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