Wich is Wich

A Proper Sandwich Shop

A sandwich might just be the perfect food. Fresh sourdough bread, slow-roasted meats, green olive aioli, provolone cheese, arugula and maybe a dash of herbed mustard seed vinaigrette – each sandwich at Wich is Wich is a work of art. That’s why, when adHOME was approached to develop a brand for this new restaurant concept,…

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Michael

Growing the adHOME Family

  adHOME is excited to announce the appointment of Associate Creative Director, Michael Crusz who joined the agency in February. Michael made the big move to the Forest City and comes to adHOME via Toronto agency Squareknot, where he worked with clients such as Air Miles, BMO Bank of Montreal and Apple. Before that, he…

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Making The Shortlist

On January 7, 2015, adHOME Creative was announced as a finalist for the London Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards in the category of Medium Business of the Year. The awards celebrate the best and brightest of the London business community. adHOME’s commitment to the City of London, positive work culture and their ability to…

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A Bold New Site

  Sometimes creating a new website for your own company can be one of the most challenging things – lots of stops and starts, lots of changing direction and LOTS of different opinions. As an agency, it’s often so much simpler to do work for your clients than it is for yourselves. That was the…

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Elevating Website Design

With elevator-related injuries in Ontario on the rise, adHOME worked with the Technical Standards & Safety Authority (TSSA) to create a new elevator safety website aimed at educating the public on safe riding behaviour. Research indicates that almost all elevator-related injuries occur in one of three places – residential, commercial or institutional buildings. These locations…

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Pushing Personal Injury Awareness

  The stats are alarming. Distracted driving is the number one killer on Ontario roads, leaving more deceased in 2013 than any other activity. According to the OPP, 78 deaths were caused by distracted driving in 2013, compared with 57 from impaired driving and 44 from speeding. In November 2014, adHOME had the chance to…

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