Over the last few months, HIV West Yellowhead has had the privilege of working with the staff and graphic design students at Pixel Blue College in Edmonton. The students gave their time, energy, and imagination to create new media for our organization so that people in our communities may live healthier and safer lives. One of the projects the students worked on was posters promoting getting tested for HIV and sexually transmitted infections. We loved seeing the diversity of creations for this message. You will be seeing all new posters in public restrooms near you this fall!
Another major project the students worked on was creating branding and promotional materials for our annual fundraiser Servers Against AIDS Day, which we renamed and revamped this year to Dine 4 Life. We are so appreciative of the added professionalism the chosen design has given to our updated and largest summer fundraiser.
We would like to say a huge thank you to all the Pixel Blue students and staff who collaborated with us to donate the creation of amazing resources for our organization, we are so appreciative of the time and thoughtfulness given by each and every person. Thank you!
Another generous graphic designer, Courtenay Davidson, donated her skills to putting together our 2014 Safe is Sexy campaign posters. This is her second year volunteering for the campaign and we could not be more thankful for her ability to make things look good, not to mention to work under pressure and on a deadline…sorry Courtenay. Thank you for your support, input, imagination, and patience!