[thelist] Looking for hip Design studios in Toronto

FayeC fayec at canada.com
Wed May 16 10:39:26 CDT 2001

Yep...I know that they have that rep over there but I can't really consider
I have heard nice things about Blue Spark regarding the work environment and I
wanted to find more places like it for my assignment.
I have one month to come up with 10 companies/studios that I would like to
work at and that means I have to research the companies quite in depth...but
at first I have to get their names...
Thanks for the tip :)


"H. G. Quinn" wrote:

> Can you try Montreal?  AFAIK it has a rep for really creative people and
> work environments.
> "Flavia Silveira-Tarzwell (FayeC)" wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I am taking the Web Design, Development and Maintenance Certificate at
> > Humber (upgrading old skills and learning some new ones) and one of the
> > things we are required to do is research on companies we would like to
> > work for.
> > We need to find 10 companies we would enjoy working at and list their
> > phone numbers and the person in charge of hiring for these companies.
> > I have a good idea of the kind of enviroment I would be happy to work at
> > but I don't know where to find 10 companies that have the same kind of
> > "free spirit" type of work place.
> > I am looking for some help in finding design houses/companies that have
> > this kind of artistic, open minded, high energy type of enviroment in
> > Toronto, Ontario. I
> > can look for their phone number/contact person after I have the list in
> > hand but right now I only have one company that fits the profile.
> > Any ideas, tips or info on this subject will be extremely appreciated
> > :)))))
> >
> > TIA,
> >
> > FayeC
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> Cheers,
> Heather Quinn
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