Hi, I'm Tyler. I'm a designer based in Squamish, British Columbia. I work in graphic design and accessibility. Designing for low vision and diverse perception takes clarity, collaboration, and a thoughtful approach to tools and medium. The goal is to make things that work a bit better for everyone. I use the same ingredients in traditional graphic design. If you have questions about design, type, accessibility, or just need recommendations for getting outside in BC, don't hesitate, reach out.
I started and lead Optical, a variable font web tool for varied low vision. I do research, web, identity, type design and project management for the 20+ month project. Optical is based on feedback from experts in the low vision, type and technology communities, including a bunch of great people associated with the Disability Alliance of BC, the Advanced Reading Technologies team at Microsoft, the Readability Consortium, and the Health Design Lab.
I've delivered 135+ projects and thousands of individual assets for Arc'teryx, including creative and production design on identity, digital, print, icon, type, motion, and 3D projects, for mainline, ReGear, films, academies, System A, collaborations, and events.
I contributed web, type, identity, and wayfinding design to projects with the Health Design Lab for Aide Canada (national intellectual disabilities resource network), Dementia Lab, and the BC Cancer Agency.