The Laneway Menu invites communities to create better laneways in Vancouver by streamlining the activation processes in an accessible, step-by-step toolkit. By offering adaptable development templates to address the local needs of any activation, this toolkit hopes to eliminate information barriers to encourage equity amongst Vancouver neighbourhoods, and inspire a sense of civil agency within our City.
Our project was an Integrated marketing communications campaign that aims to communicate the responsibility young pedestrians have for their own safety. Our main goal is to make teenagers feel responsible for their own safety
We created a campaign to promote the implementation of new priority bus lanes, congruent with Vancouver’s climate emergency plan. This campaign is centred around all the benefits that this initiative could provide, namely, a more efficient and convenient transit system, as well as the incentive to shift toward sustainable modes of transportation.
GI Grow addresses the question of integrating closed-loop recycling options into green infrastructure by suggesting recycled materials that can be incorporated during construction. GI Grow discusses ecological and economic benefits of the proposed materials, promotes community engagement, and has created a bioswale model and physical prototype of a recycled tree watering bag to demonstrate parts of the closed-loop supply chain.
Despite living in an era when opinions are fluidly shared in the digital world, it is challenging for the City of Vancouver to receive feedback from Vancouver’s youth. For eight weeks, Langara College Applied Planning students conducted youth engagement to support the City of Vancouver and encourage youth participation in the Broadway Plan.
To develop an integrated marketing campaign for 529 Garage that builds brand awareness and recognition. Our task was to create an overall theme, design creative campaign elements and develop media recommendations.
Seeing Green will connect Vancouver's citizens through a map and education-based app. Our investment in education creates opportunities for community stewardship. Seeing Green will be the city's go-to resource for green infrastructure education and support the creation and maintenance in Vancouver.
This is a communication project that aims to interpret the positive economical and ecological effects that kelp aquaculture has locally. The way this is achieved is by exhibiting kelp gardens, creating educational panels and collaborating with other communities that share our goals to spark curiosity and action in the general public to find local creative methods to mitigate ocean acidification.