Project Description

POSITIVE CHANGE

It’s one of the reasons we get out of bed in the morning. Helping many of our clients to create positive change. It’s become a large part of our business and we couldn’t be more motivated. Whether it is helping a client with an idea that makes the planet become a bit more eco-friendly, or helping a developer produce better housing for lower income families, it boils down to the same thing. Positive change benefits us all. We believe that all those positive little steps add up to a big difference. 

10th Principle

Tenth Principle Energy Technologies develops and deploys off-grid solutions for renewable energy to remote communities, delivering integrated solutions for wind, solar and hydrokinetic power. H18 created the brand look and feel, and as an active partner, is helping to grow the business with creative marketing tools directed to local governments and business to business.

City of Vancouver

Vancouver has excellent drinking water. Unfortunately, much of it is going down the drain because of unwise water habits during the summer months. H18 was tasked to create a fun, WaterWise game to share with family and friends while learning about water conservation in the home.

It starts with a short animated sequence of a water droplet falling from the sky and it’s journey to your back yard tap. The adventure continues with a fun interactive quiz that may surprise you and provide insightful tips at the same time. H18 created the story and all the visuals, directed the animation and partnered with the City of Vancouver to bring it to life.

Enterra Feed Corporation

Enterra Feed Corporation creates natural and renewable food for animals and plants by utilizing insects to upcycle the complex nutrients in waste food. H18’s solution was to use simple, friendly animation combined with infographics to demonstrate how the process works, and position Enterra as an industry leader.

Vancouver Votes

Hangar 18 is proud to have been a part of the 2014 Vancouver Civic Election by partnering with the City of Vancouver to design and create an engaging and innovative election-planning tool, to increase voter turnout by 40%. Geared to young and first time voters, the objective was met, and then some.

Final turnout was announced as 43.4% in 2014, up from 35% in 2011.