Wyman Design is a full-service creative group of seasoned specialists,  
primarily active in the fields of corporate and marketing  
communications, identity and branding, publications and advertising.  
We specialize in the “big idea” while paying attention to detail, and  
our project-appropriate teams deliver what our clients always wanted—
but never dreamed of.

Our capabilities and expertise include print and web design, strategic  
brand development and implementation, copy writing and editing,  
illustration and photography. Individually and collectively, our  
professional passion is the creation of unique printed and online  
materials that combine visual impact with clarity of meaning for  
direct, effective communications; in short—design that works.  
Complete, enlargeable PDF samples of our publication design can be  
viewed at

We seek clients who share our enthusiasm for imaginative and  
unexpected solutions that demonstrate unique insight into the nature  
of a specific challenge. We see our role as a full partner with each  
client, from project analysis through strategic and creative  
development and planning, to implementation and beyond, and we are  
proud of the fruitful and long-standing relationships we have  
maintained with many of our clients.

Our diverse range of clients includes The Academy of Canadian Cinema &  
Television, Alliance Atlantis Communications, Canada Post Corporation,  
Olympia & York, Rogers Communications Inc., Ryerson University,  
Toronto International Film Festival, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute,  
TVOntario, Warner Bros. Canada, United Way of Greater Toronto,  
University of Toronto, YMCA of Greater Toronto, various Government of  
Ontario ministries and agencies, and numerous major book publishers  
including Doubleday, Penguin Books and Random House.

David Wyman has received many awards from graphic arts, communications 
and advertising organizations in Canada, the United States and Europe.  
His work has been published in various international design journals  
and publications, and he has received the Canadian Library Association  
Award for Advancement of Intellectual Freedom in Canada. David is also  
a part-time member of the arts faculty at Sheridan Institute in  
Oakville, Ontario, where he teaches a weekly class in typography and  
graphic design.