For more than twenty-five years, ALDI Design has created and produced material for conferences, trade shows and athletic events. Impossible deadlines are met with intelligent design (not the evolutionary kind); old-fashioned client service; and a healthy dose of good humour.
ALDI Design organizes and presents information effectively and attractively. Data from disparate sources, or articles from different authors, are blended together, making it easier for readers to follow and comprehend. As we like to describe it – order from chaos.
We can design your layouts; edit your text; typeset properly; and take care of tables, charts and photographs.
Since 1990, ALDI Design has provided support to organizations ranging from Treasury Board Secretariat of Canada to the Ottawa Childrens Choir. Everything from logos to posters, brochures to books, and more recently, web graphics, banners and advertisements.
Contact us: aldidesign[at]gmail.com
Alex Loshak is a graduate of Carleton University in Ottawa and a member in good standing of the Association of Graphic Designers of Ontario (RGD). A keen amateur photographer for many years, Alex is a contributor to iStockphotoand has provided supplementary shots for projects. He also has a photoblog called Brockville Scene and sells cards under the name Homegroan Photography.
Diane Johnson attended Queen’s University in Kingston, edited and transcribed for the Committee Reporting Service section of Hansard, and is an Authorized Court Transcriptionist.
In late 2010, we moved from Ottawa to Brockville, something we documented in a book we published (PDF | 7 MB).
We walk almost every day and have discovered that a carrying a camera is a wonderful way to meet new people. We are both voracious readers, and Diane will complete any crossword within reach.
“Design is the method of putting form and content together. Design, just as art, has multiple definitions; there is no single definition. Design can be art. Design can be aesthetics. Design is so simple, that's why it is so complicated.” Paul Rand