We have worked with a wide variety of clients in many sectors. Our clients find that our research, foresight, engagement and design solutions allow them to create insightful views and innovative systems for the future.
Art Gallery of Ontario
Canadian Broadcasting Corp.
Canada Council for the Arts
Canadian Forces College
City of Calgary
City of Toronto
City of Vancouver
Creative Many Michigan
Dia Center for the Arts, NY
Government of Ontario
Huron University College
Ivey Business School
Joseph Brant Hospital
Ministry of Transportation, Ontario
Museum of Modern Art, NY
Ontario College of Teachers
Sobey School of Business
University of Toronto
Washington State Department of Labor and Industries
Whitney Museum of American Art
Canadian Opera Company
Cushman & Wakefield
Gluskin Sheff + Associates
Reinsurance Group of America
Royal Bank of Canada
Supply Chain Canada
Upper Canada College
"Helen Kerr and Nigel Smith bring together a comprehensive, rigorous and broad-based process with creativity, insight and meaningful engagement. We are delighted with the outcome."
Dr. Pat Bradshaw, DeanSobey School of Business
“Really, really excellent. Just first class. Brilliant…falling over ourselves with gratitude."
Grace WestcottHeritage Toronto
“Thanks a gazillion. The most satisfying kind of work. A complete winner here."
Dennis Lee, Poet Laureate Toronto
"A tour de force."
Peter Rowe, former Dean, Faculty of DesignHarvard Design School
"KerrSmith created effective marketing tools for us in an unbelievably short time frame. They looked great!"
Michelle Noble, Director of Marketing & CommunicationsWaterfront Toronto
"KerrSmith made the international cut...with an A-list of institutional clients."
Peter GodardToronto Star
"Superb design skills, responsive to needs, and always pushing for excellence."
Jane Stirling, Director of Marketing & CommunicationsU of T Mississauga
"Innovative and clever packaging."
"KerrSmith brought real insight to our discussions that helped us make some big leaps forward with our communications strategy and program."
Philip Carter, Director of CommunicationsOntario College of Teachers