We’re here to help you activate your vision for a better future.
Strategic communication design
iilo Creative Alliance inc. (“ee-lo”) is a full-service creative services agency in Western Canada. We deliver communication design solutions (branding, reports, events, and more) for B Corps, progressive impact businesses, nonprofits, institutions, social enterprises, marketing & communications departments, and municipalities.
Featured communication design work
Reliable & flexible creative partner
We deliver beautiful communication design work to inspire, educate, and mobilize your target audiences. We act as an extension of your team and help you with your ongoing creative needs (a.k.a. your out-of-house, in-house creative team). Learn about our service packages.
Our mission is to help you simplify and amplify, so you can rock your world-changing social and environmental initiatives and deepen your company or organization’s impact in the world with impact-focused communication design.
Mission-driven & impact-focused
As a Certified B Corp, we’re deeply committed to running our creative services agency ethically and transparently. We promote social and environmental sustainability in alignment with the UN SDGs, and report on the positive impacts we’re making. Read our Benefit Report.
Some of our awesome changemaker clients
iilo year 2 benefit report highlights
Nearly all iilo clients led with a mission to make the world a better place. We’re aiming to get to 100%!
We donated to organizations focused on supporting local business, and environmental and Indigenous justice.
All of our collaborators report that working with iilo allows them to have a healthy work and life balance.
Women-led & co-owned
iilo is co-owned by Madelen Ortega and Lisa Hemingway. We bring 20+ years of experience and our values-led perspectives to every iilo project. Our business is a tool for us to provide well-paying work to other women and underrepresented people in the creative services industry. Learn about our team.
“You didn’t just give us a website, you gave us a tool for conservation.”