École Claudette-et-Denis-Tardif

Visual identity and website

École Claudette-et-Denis-Tardif’s logo was developed with a few keywords representing the school community and its surroundings: nature, fauna, francophone education, cultural identity, linguistic identity, dynamism… The chosen concept consists of a proud and colourful peacock with a fleur-de-lis body and wings.

The school’s website was designed as part of the rebranding strategy of the Conseil scolaire Centre-Nord. All of the school district’s websites are based on the same template to create unity.

École francophone de Sherwood Park

For its first year, the francophone school of Sherwood Park was temporarily located in Edmonton. It did not have an official name but still needed a visual identity. Oops! Design was commissioned to create an illustration for a t-shirt that was given to all of the students. That illustration later served as a starting point for the logo of the Société des parents de l’école Claudette-et-Denis-Tardif.

Oops! Design

Mutation Wars

During the summer of 2017, Ross (our programmer) came up with a great idea for a card came. A year and a half later—after many hours of thinking, testing, illustrating, playing and designing—we are proud to launch the website for Mutation Wars. Not only is it Oops! Design’s first game, but it is also Ross’ first illustration work!

We invite you to visit the site and sign up to be informed as soon as the game is up for sale!


A new look for our studio!

After being in business for more than 12 years, we decided to modernize and rebrand our studio. A new logo and business card were the starting point of the creative process. Then came the website, which was long overdue and is still a work in progress—we are notorious for putting our clients at the top of our priority list!

You are currently visiting part of the new site but we invite you to come back later to see it all!