December 5, 2012

Launch of New Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario Website

Public Good in collaboration with Moveable Online recently launched the redesign of the College's website ( Public Good redesigned the site and user experience with new site architecture, improved navigation and access to more resources and online membership tools. Moveable provided the programming and a custom client-driven Content Management System for the backend of the site.

October 11, 2012

Public Good Likes Bamboo Bikes!

Building a bike frame out of bamboo is not only sustainable and good for the environment, but a fun and unique experience. There is nothing quite like wrapping bamboo stalks with carbon fibre and resin and taking your creation out onto the road. This bike was built by Rex Eng, President and Creative Director at Public Good at the Bamboo Bike Studio in Toronto‚Äôs Kensington Market. 

August 20, 2012

Junior Achievement of Central Ontario

Public Good is excited to announce a new working relationship with Junior Achievement of Central Ontario, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to educating young people about business. Junior Achievement partners with educators, donors and volunteers to bring a real world experience into Ontario classrooms. Public Good is proud to support and have Junior Achievement aboard.

April 24, 2012

New Workplace One East Location

Looking for co-operative work space? Workplace One is opening a new east location downtown at Parliment and King. It should be available this summer. More info here. And visit

April 23, 2012

York/Sheridan College Grad Show: Pique 2012

Public Good is again a proud participant of the York/Sheridan College Grad Show: Pique 2012. Toronto's design community came out to support and provide valuable industry feedback and critique to student portfolios. The work was excellent and we look forward to their creative energy and ideas. Congratulations and good luck! More here.


March 26, 2012

Hydro One Cornerstone Chronicles: A Novel Approach

Public Good and noted Toronto illustrator and artist, Michael Cho, are putting the finishing touches on an internal employee communications campaign for Hydro One, called Cornerstone Chronicles. The series is a unique opportunity to combine the visual narrative of graphic novels with information on a new Hydro One customer service IT system. Lookout for the final completed designs shortly.