Our Work

Listen to webinars and read articles with thought leaders from different industries and organizations discussing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives that align with The Resource Key Inclusive Impact Branding model.

Watch Webinar Recordings: Intentional Inclusion and Accessibility

“Engaging Individuals with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities in Virtual Programs”

End Ableism in the Workplace

Diversity Inclusion, Accessibility and Empathy

Social Media Accessibility

Read Articles: How to include people with disabilities in your DEI training (fastcompany.com)

Look at me, I’m talking with you (divercitymag.eu)

Case Studies

Our case studies look different because we utilize The Resource Key Inclusive Impact Branding model.

We’ve received requests for concept and brand development in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) journeys. In response, we’ve decided to write case studies that reflect the work that we do to ensure we are building inclusive and impactful branding for all.

We recognize that the case studies we share are not fully representative of the wide range of experiences and perspectives that exist. Concept and brand development surrounding DEI is specific to each organization’s journey.

canvas with charcuterie board with an assortment of meats, cheeses, crackers, olives, fruit, and nuts, all artfully arranged on a serving board.
Photo Credit: Polaris Creative

Description:

Cowichan Valley Disability, Culture and Food: An Exhibit

Brand Connect:  

Identifying and recruiting disabled people, new Canadians and visible minorities, and local food producers who are willing to have their stories displayed and shared. C

Brand Inclusion:

A photography and video exhibit – both online and in-studio – that showcases the food-related stories of eight disabled Canadians. Creating an accessible exhibit that all can attend.

Brand Process:

Authentic representation by gathering food-related stories of eight disabled Canadians, eight Canadians from culturally diverse backgrounds, and eight Cowichan Valley food and beverage producers.

Brand Impact:

It is important for people to understand the barriers that disabled people face regarding access to food and all of the intersections with other areas of marginalization. This exhibit provides opportunities for listening to  first person food experiences  about disabled Canadians. It allows for opportunities for people to learn, make changes through actionable solutions and connect to art in new ways.

Client:

Polaris Creative

Project Duration:

21 Months

Type of Project:

Exhibit

The Resource Key Services:

Inclusive and Accessible Social Media

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