Your on-campus creative agency

We are a multidisciplinary team of designers, thinkers and listeners. We offer strategic communications created at the highest levels of creativity and execution. Creative Services will work with you to reach your audiences and share the Waterloo brand story across digital, video and print.

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Bringing ideas to life through

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Creative strategy

We transform strategy into creative execution by listening to your needs, asking the right questions, identifying problems and exploring ideas together.

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Design solutions

We work where you do, so we understand Waterloo’s institutional goals, departmental objectives and connections, the campus, the people, and how your audience fits into Waterloo strategies.

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Digital solutions

Attracting and maintaining attention in the digital space demands creativity, design knowledge and technical skill. Creative Services is your digital partner for creating exceptional digital design solutions that propel the University’s brand.

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Video and animation

Today’s communication audiences are motion consumers — video and animation can bring a story to life. Creative Services are the on-campus video experts.

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The fall 2021 issue of #UWaterlooMagazine is about reflecting on connections in many different forms: between students and mentors, places and memories, technology and possibilities. Each story reveals life-changing effects and hope for a better tomorrow. The feature article, “connections” was written and illustrated by the talented @badgyalbibi where she recounts her Cancerian pivot from travelling the world every four months to finding strength and solace in the domestic sphere, and the stories in the depths of her family roots and memories.


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Creative strategy and large project development

Christine Goucher
Associate Director

Video and animation

Matt Regehr
Multimedia Design Manager

Project management and general inquiries

Cristina Jones and Karen Creed-Thompson
Project Coordinators