Doodletronics is a web and creative firm specializing in creating clear and distinct website communication using modern web standards. We provide our clients with personalized and comprehensive service. And we're not afraid of having fun.
Doodletronics principal Laura Suzuki started the New Year with a bang by appearing on the game show Jeopardy!
Peter Cook, Illustrationist, created an entertaining whiteboard-style animated trailer for a lecture by Julia Belluz at the University of Toronto.
New Book Alert! Just released prior to Earth Day, Doodletronics heads Peter Cook and Laura Suzuki have spent many off-hours researching and writing Canada Recycles for Scholastic Canada, as part of their Canada Close Up series!
Lest you think that all we do is design and maintain large websites, we do little ones too! Mireille Messier is a children's author and voice artist who needed a fully bilingual blog and website to feature her news, books and demo tapes.
We designed and illustrated the many components of Count Yourself In, part of the EcoVoyageurs Jr. environmental program provided for free to schools (written and packaged by CoEd Communcations, with the financial support of Unilever). Our work included all design and illustrations—in both official languages—for: campaign logos; six slideshows totalling over 90 full-sized colour illustrations; teacher guides and student worksheets for levels Kindergarten to Grade 5, incorporating 200 small illustrations; print advertising; campaign posters and postcards.
Ontario Power Generation and Let's Talk Science had Doodletronics design and illustrate the Living Powerfully Grade 1 Education Kit. The free kit educates early students on the beginning concepts of electricity and conservation. It features a 12-page full-colour Student Guide, and 24-page Teacher Guide with a variety of illustrated formats, including charts, house diagrams, household Bingo card and a double-page board game!