Strano + Pettigrew Design Associates Inc.
Brand architects. Brand builders.
Strano + Pettigrew is a Toronto branding and design agency, situated in Liberty Village, with a passion for strategic design, fully integrated campaigns and brand building. S+PDA has always strived to pursue an architectural approach to projects—meaning a well-researched, strategic framework supports each execution.
With a strong emphasis on traditional typography, S+PDA develops compelling creative solutions in the areas of brand strategy, campaign development, visual identity, packaging, editorial, experiential, print design, interactive and broadcast.
The agency serves clients nationally and abroad, spanning a diverse range of industries. S+PDA always ensures that the authenticity of a client’s brand is at the core of every unique execution.
Co-founder + Creative director
A career which began in London, the UK’s creative hub, lead to working with top tier agencies in Toronto and forming S+PDA in 2004. Albert has successfully lead the design and creative direction for clients nationally and abroad. His work has been published in internationally respected creative and marketing publications.
Albert is an award-winning creative director and designer with over 20
Albert’s career began in the United Kingdom working in London’s creative hub, the Clerkenwell district, as primary designer and pre-press production lead for one of the city’s premiere print firms.
Upon his return to Canada, Albert provided design services for some of Canada’s leading advertising agencies and design firms; agencies such as Young and Rubicam, Saatchi and Saatchi and Gee, Jeffery and Partners. As a result, he has had the opportunity to work on brands of global recognition.
With a desire to expand into new media, Albert began work as
In 2004 Albert co-founded Strano and Pettigrew Design Associates and has successfully lead the design and creative direction for a diverse and well respected group of firms nationally and abroad—firms which include Beam Global, Second Cup Canada, Air Canada, Xstrata Nickel, University of Toronto Press, The University of London UK, Aramark, MaRS Discovery District and The Childhood Cancer Canada Foundation.
Albert’s work has been recognized and published in internationally respected creative publications including, Communication Arts, HOW Magazine, Coupe Magazine and Marketing Magazine.
Brand strategy + Development
An innovative Senior Executive with a natural ability to understand the “personality” of a brand. With expertise in strategy and development, Jennifer helps organizations grow through clarity, alignment and organizational momentum.
An innovative Senior Executive successful in leading and general management of small and medium sized organizations in high growth and turn-around situations. Track record of delivering fully integrated strategic solutions to maximize growth. Natural ability to understand the “personality” of a brand as well as expertise in brand strategy and development for both consumer and B2B products.
Astute knowledge of business and the consumer. Ability to multi-task in fast-paced demanding environments. Established reputation for developing teams and motivating people to embrace change, high standards
Jennifer has held top positions in retail, agency and professional services organizations. Her career began in retail at Michel’s Baguette and The Second Cup Coffee Company where she played development, operations and then marketing roles. She successfully transformed
As Vice President of Marketing for Second
Today Jennifer’s focus continues to be on strategy, brand and culture—enjoying the challenge of helping organizations, large and small, grow through clarity, alignment and organizational momentum.
We always welcome the opportunity to discuss new projects with potential new clients. We find that an initial phone conversation is a great way to get the discussion started. Please get in touch and we will be happy to schedule a call.
Contact Albert Strano at +1 416 533 7171 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org