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Locomotive wins other recognitions for Design Canada at Numix, which rewards the best digital projects in the industry. This is a 12th win for this pro bono project and another great reward for the entire team.
The web platform is an extension of the documentary Design Canada, which recounts the decisive role design played in creating Canada's visual identity in the early 1960s.
Greg Durell, a partner at Hulse & Durell, is behind this film launched in the summer of 2018. Very quickly, the documentary has aroused a craze as much with aficionado of the genre as with designers around the world. In addition to being the recipient of numerous awards, Design Canada has been named #1 on iTunes documentary charts.
Design Canada had already won a dozen design and digital communications awards:
The Design Canada project was another opportunity for Locomotive to shine outside Quebec and rally on a subject that we are passionate about.
In fact, it was not the first time the agency had been working with Hulse & Durell. Together, we have collaborated on many Olympic sports projects including Rugby Canada, Volleyball Canada and U SPORTS.
We thank all our talented colleagues who have worked on this project:
Greg Durrell - Director, Client
Sébastien "Dust" Leblanc - Art director, UX and Design
Quentin Hocdé - Creative developer
Antoine Boulanger - Creative developer
Dominic Lord - Back-end developer
Frédéric Marchand - Creative director
Daniel Savouyaud - Producer
Jean-François Chainé - Account Manager
Mathieu Ducharme - Technical Director