Wilton+Wark is a project design partnership working with organizations across western Canada to create change through design on the web, in print, and through innovative education. Grounded in instructional design principles, our sensitive and comprehensive development approach seeks to establish a clear and memorable visual identity within often-marginalized and dispersed communities, organize useful information for the public, and create technological solutions to support our clients' activities.
Dan WILTON, design+technology, West Kootenays studio, Trail BC
Norine WARK, editing+project management, Northeast studio, Dawson Creek BC
Karen GODBOUT, photography+research, West Kootenays studio, Trail BC
2013-14 DE RESEARCH SERIES BEGINS SEPTEMBER 18
The monthly series of online sessions hosted by Dan Wilton for the Canadian Institute of Distance Education Research at Athabasca University begins September 12. Speakers for this season include Drs. Terry Anderson, Thomas Carey, George Veletsianos, June Ahn and Leah Macfadyen.
NEW POSTER RELEASED FOR KEEPERS VII
Wilton+Wark have developed a new poster for the Keepers VII Watershed Gatherings, the latest annual conference of Keepers working together to protect the northern waters of Canada. This year marks our sixth year of involvement with the Keepers of the Water and our fifth as the media development team.
WILTON+WARK DEVELOP INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN PACKAGES FOR PUBLIC HEALTH
Wilton+Wark delivered two instructional design packages for the Public Health Agency of Canada. These two courses deal with privacy issues and survey techniques for public health workers across Canada.