Stephanie Chartrand

Art Director


Stephanie brings more than eight years of graphic design and art direction experience to the team at Alphabet®. She has executed design solutions in print, web, and video for a number of clients in public and private sectors, associations, and not-for-profits.

As an art director, Stephanie works directly with clients and the design team from concept to completion, developing innovative, functional, and effective design solutions that are engaging and pleasing to the eye. Critical and efficient, Stephanie is a strong problem-solver with a keen eye for detail that elevates her design with fresh, creative ideas.

Stephanie has developed new branding for clients like Kingston Accommodation Partners (including several out-of-home installations), Kingston Economic Development Corporation, Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada, Parques das Aves Bravil, Cruise Nunavut, the Canadian Real Estate Association, and Minto Communities Ottawa.


  • Algonquin College Advanced Diploma, Graphic Design, Graduated with Honours
  • Algonquin College Certificate, Introduction to Design


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How Colours Can Colour Our Behaviour

by Stephanie Chartrand

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Alphabet® Wins Two Summit Creative Awards for Work with Tourism Kingston

by Alphabet®

We’re proud to announce that we’ve won not one but two 2022 Summit Creative Awards for our recent work with Tourism Kingston. The Summit Creative Awards...

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Creating a 360° Brand Your Audience Connects With

by Meagan Kelly

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by Mike Short

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What’s in a Name?

by Steve Bowker

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The Art of the Hashtag

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Hitting a Creative Wall? Try Thinking Inside the Box.

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