Craig Fleisch Craig Fleisch graduated from the Communication Design program at Emily Carr University in May of 2013. He’s always had a passion for visual art and design but has recently found his calling in the advertising industry. Currently working as an Art Director at Dare in Vancouver, Craig spends his days dreaming up big ideas that solve business problems for the agency’s clients.  When he’s not working on his next big idea, Craig can be found snapping photos at concerts, music festivals and other live music events as a photojournalist for the Vancouver Observer.
  • Stay Safe: healthcare service design Emily Carr University of Art + Design has engaged in designing for complex problems in healthcare for many years, and recently formed a specific research area, the Health Design Lab, to gather a range of initiatives together into one centre. One of the lab’s partners is Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH), a publicly funded regional health […] No responses May 1, 2014
  • Youth in Transition A 3rd year communication design class considered the problem of youth with chronic illness transitioning from child-centred to adult-centred healthcare. Current systems have focused on paper or web-based education and information recording, but compliance rates are low. In conjunction with the British Columbia Children’s Hospital the class conducted primary and secondary research and proposed solutions. […] No responses June 12, 2012