Design Can Change The World.

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Organizations & businesses that are driven by a social purpose are leading local and global change like we’ve never seen before.

They are creating a future we can all be proud of. Emboldening youth. Reimagining education. Defending the environment.

We’ve built a design agency for this new generation of trailblazers to create, scale and evolve their stories.

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Let’s design for social good.

We build bold brands and web experiences that help social enterprises, non-profits and social good organizations amplify their impact and solve some of the world’s greatest challenges.

Graphic Design

Visual Identity & Logo Design
Brand Applications
Publications & Annual Reports
Poster Design

Web Design

Website Architecture
UI Design
Front-End Development
Icon Design

Strategy & Copy

Brand Architecture
Brand Positioning
Brand Storytelling

Our Process
Our Design Process: Discovery, Research, Concepts, Design, Implementation / Development

Our clients collaborate with us because we have a unique understanding of the challenges that social enterprises and non-profit organizations face across many sectors. We understand how a powerful brand identity, engaging content and a thoughtful online presence can set them up for continued success.

From our engaging discovery sessions, through to iterative concept development and launch, design thinking (and doing) is central to our approach. We engage different audiences from the onset, uncovering their unique needs, and finding unexpected opportunities that result in effective design solutions.

Our creative team is passionate about design for social good and our designers, developers and collaborators strive to fuse beauty with strategy for big impact.

Interested in working together?

We’d love to hear more about your project and organization. Let’s get started below.

How can a brand activate equal education in Northern Canada?

Teach For Canada I Brand Strategy, Visual Identity, Graphic Design, Website

St. Michael’s Hospital

Strategy, UI Design, Website

How can we bring stories of groundbreaking medical research from bench to bedside?

Web design for St. Michael's hospital on a desktop, tablet and mobile phone display

Open Streets Project

Brand Strategy, Visual Identity, Website

How can a logo spark the movement for more walkable streets and communities?

Logo design for open streets bright green

Lucky Iron Fish

Strategy, Graphic Design, Website

How can a simple cooking tool reduce anemia around the world?

Web design on mobile devices for lucky iron fish

How can we visualize the digital divide among the world’s youth?

Digital Opportunity Trust | Graphic Design, Publication Design

Explore a few of the real world challenges we’re designing for in the Loop Lookbook.

“We are so grateful to Loop for the professional way in which they have worked with us at every stage of this process, their quick responsiveness and adaptability, and their incredible energy and creativity. We very quickly got the sense from Loop that they thought of us not as a customer, but as a partner. We certainly thought — and think — of them that way.”

Kyle Hill

Executive Director, Teach For Canada
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We’re a Toronto-based team of strategists, designers, and developers with partners in many creative fields. Our studio is rooted in a collaborative mindset, and we are driven by deep and lasting relationships with inspiring clients in our local community and around the world.

Let’s Collaborate

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Say Hello.

Give us a call or drop us a line:

Call Josh: 416-559-6733
Call Ryan: 416-858-1598

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Our Studio.

192 Spadina Ave, Unit 210
Toronto, Canada

*The Loop Studio sits on the land of the Huron-Wendat and Petun First Nations, the Seneca, and the Mississaugas of the Credit River. Thank you.