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University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine

Building brand and history in the halls of uOttawa’s medical school

Branded signage and environmental graphics in uOttawa’s Roger Guindon Hall

View of a university building hallway and staircase, with various branded white and purple signs and panels visible throughout.
University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine
Project type
Environmental graphics and signage
Optima Imaging

Looking to extend its brand throughout Roger Guindon Hall at The Ottawa Hospital’s General Campus, we worked with the Dean’s Office of the Faculty of Medicine to strategize, plan, and design a series of environmental graphics and signage—all focused on the brand, history, and people central to the Faculty’s success as a leader in medical education.

Completed over a two-year period, our work started by evaluating the brand strategy and planning the space for a long-term installation schedule, followed by 2D and 3D design of all signage—including re-illustration of the Faculty’s crest—and ending with management of the full fabrication and installation process.

“From the first meeting, nineSixteen understood our goals, what we wanted to achieve, and how to do it — sometimes before we did. Their guidance and expertise are amazing and working with nineSixteen is always a fun collaboration. Their flexibility, problem solving, and positivity are unprecedented and greatly appreciated.”
Susan Maroun and Courtney Rodriguez
Marketing and Communications Managers (former)
uOttawa Faculty of Medicine

Be beautifully accessible.

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