Simon Langlois shared a branding and visual identity for a school for blind and visually impaired students. Entirely dedicated to preschool, elementary and secondary training for blind and visually impaired students, the Jacques-Ouellette School Foundation’s mission is to convey collectively the assets to help the school’s tasks. We had been mandated to ascertain the positioning of the model and to design its visual identity. Inspired by Braille, we created a graphic system fabricated from three symbols: data, language and success. These symbols in transformation replicate the vital facets of this basis which positions itself as an agent of change giving its students the chance to satisfy their potential and evolve regardless of their handicap.
- Graphic Design, Art Direction : Simon Langlois and Raphaëlle Brillant-Marquis
- Photography : Vincent Castonguay
- Motion design : Raphaëlle Brillant-Marquis
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