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.
2012-13 DE RESEARCH SERIES BEGINS SEPTEMBER 12
The monthly series of online sessions hosted by Dan Wilton for the Canadian Institute of Distance Education Research at Athabasca University begins September 12. The first speaker will be Dr. Rory McGreal, UNESCO/COL Chair in Open Educational Resources and Director of the Technology Enhanced Knowledge Research Institute at Athabasca University.
WILTON+WARK TO COORDINATE KEEPERS VI WITH FNFN
Wilton+Wark will join the coordination team for Keepers of the Water VI Watershed Gathering in Fort Nelson BC. This annual conference brings together First Nations leaders, scientists, and citizens. In addition to coordinating, Wilton+Wark are developing a full print, web, and fundraising package for the conference.
WILTON+WARK TO DEVELOP INFO PACKAGE FOR SITE C OPPOSITION
Wilton+Wark have been selected by the Treaty 8 Tribal Association to prepare an information package for First Nations communities potentially affected by the proposed Site C Dam on the Peace River.