The Concordia Science Journalism Project approached me with a request for a logo. As this was the first project of its kind in Canada, the logo needed to have some sort of reference to its Canadian origins, as well as hinting at the project’s relationship with science. I created a logo that mimics a mathematical equation, with the ‘J’ in red and dotted with a maple leaf as emphasis on the journalism basis of the project.
Two years later the CSJP asked if I would design and develop a new website for them. I went with a very clean, minimalist layout with extensive use of tabs; this allowed important information to be easily accessible without overwhelming users with an unscalable wall of text.