About Us

High Performance Creative

Epic Design is a boutique design firm that delivers high quality strategic branding, graphic and web design to the sports, sports tourism, and arts/culture industries. Epic Design supports sport as a healthy lifestyle option for everyone from a young age, as a social equalizer, and as a cultural means of uniting our community. Through involvement in sport, the Vancouver and BC community and youth will aspire to greater goals, both in life and in active living. To this end, Epic Design strives to be the go-to design company for anything related to sport–from local, provincial and national organizations, to professional leagues and related businesses, to multisport and entertainment events.

 

 

Our success revolves around our focus on quality and passion. At Epic Design we are continually pushing the boundaries, keeping our ideas fresh and memorable. Our attention to detail and relentless drive for quality ensures that ideas are executed with flair and delivered at the highest level. We are also avid sports fans, we love the unique excitement of sport and how it inspires individuals and communities. We bring this perspective when working with sport-based clients.

 

See how we can take your project from an idea to a success story.

 

 

Andi-Mortenson-bwAndi Mortenson, Owner, Creative Director

Andi Mortenson has been running Epic Design for thirteen years, and has proven her success and commitment to giving back to the community as a 2016 Woman of Distinction Nominee. Some highlights are the development of the 2015 Canada Winter Games branding, Wrestling Canada branding and website and her work with Kidsport Vancouver. Her experience also includes a senior position on the Vancouver Canucks in-house design team for five years, several years of contract work at Vancouver Olympic Committee and Rick Hansen Foundation. A few other current clients include the Canada Games, Triathlon BC, Sport Hosting Vancouver, and Sport Burnaby.

Andi has extensive experience with large sports brands. She has developed some high profile pieces including Canucks bus wrap designs, skytrains, season ticket booklets, and playoff designs. Andi’s strength is in working with the client strategically to develop a concept, factoring in the audience and putting together visually attractive, easy to understand pieces.

 


 

Jason Yoshioka, Assistant Creative Director, Technical Lead

Jason specializes in providing engaging and effective business communications solutions for both small and large clients. The broad range of services he provides include website consultation, graphic design project management, e-commerce, marketing, branding, identity design, art direction, wireframing, user-experience, A/B split testing and prototyping.

Key to Jason’s success is a “first think, then design” approach to project development, one that focuses on using imaginative thinking to create usable and functional designs that are both eye catching and memorable. His early career in graphic design has provided a strong foundation in concept/visual skills, which for the past 8 years he has combined with his extensive knowledge of modern web technologies such as HTML, CSS, Content/E-Commerce Management Solutions.

Over more than fourteen years of industry experience,  Jason has been fortunate to work with a variety of significant local and international clients remotely and on-site, both as a key member of a project team or as an independent contractor. Most notable clients and projects on which he has played a significant role include Wrestling Canada, motability.co.uk, Hockey Canada Online Store, Vancouver 2010 Olympic Store, HBC Online Olympic Store, and clubzone.com.

 


 

Christina Lehn, Graphic Designer / Coordinator

Christina Lehn has pursued her creative ambitions through study at the Vancouver Visual College of Art and Design where she developed a passion for design and illustration. She has recently been involved in providing designs for two local startup companies: Novel Supply Co (apparel brand that makes environmentally conscious choices while supporting an adventurous lifestyle) and Method of Modern Movement (a conditioning class that teaches strength training through various contemporary and traditional dance techniques). Involving herself in projects that highlight active lifestyles has been very important in establishing and inspiring her to pursue design focused on sports. Christina is continuing to follow this path working at Epic Design where she is taking on many sports related design projects for clients including the Vancouver Giants, Triathlon BC, World Taekwondo Championships and Canada Games.