Author: Deborah Wang


Session 01: Getting started Tuesday, January 20, 2015, as part of the 5th annual Toronto Design Offsite Festival, a conversation entitled “Exporting Toronto Design” kicked-off to a great start with guest speakers from Toronto and the U.S. The panel discussion was moderated by Joy Charbonneau, and the headline speakers included: Arlene Gould, Strategic Director, Design […]Continue Reading


With the spring-like weather (finally!), we can’t believe #TODO15 happened less than two months ago. If we think of this as a throwback to January 19-25, 2015, we have a lot of great people to thank. Of course, TO DO would not exist without all the participating designers and design lovers, but we’d like to […]Continue Reading


TO DO Talks: Thinking like a designer | January 24, 2015 By Simon Mhanna for TO DO Design is constantly expanding in its significance and influences. In particular, design thinking has been the recent subject of numerous articles, books, and discussions. We love buzzwords, and undoubtedly “design thinking” marked the ever-changing landscape and understanding of […]Continue Reading


By Nadia Yau for TO DO TO DO was invited to attend the 15th Annual DesignThinkers Conference, held this year at the Sony Centre for Performing Arts in downtown Toronto. Hosted by the Association of Registered Graphic Designers (RGD), the Conference promised to bring over 1,500 visual communicators together for a celebration of creativity and […]Continue Reading


About the exhibition “White can be attained by blending all the colors of the spectrum together or through the subtraction of ink and all other pigments. In short, it is ‘all the colors’ and ‘no color’ at the same time. This identity as a color that can ‘escape color’ makes white very special.” – Kenya […]Continue Reading