Yang Li

Senior Art Director


Yang is a certified RGD (Registered Graphic Designer) with 14 years’ experience in the design field. His excellent time-management and organization abilities make him reliable and efficient under pressure, and his eagerness to learn new things keeps his creative skillset sharp and up-to-date.

Yang is passionate about design and possesses strong conceptual skills, always “mind-mapping” designs before producing them. He is skilled in designing graphics for three-dimensional spaces and brings meticulous attention to detail to every installation he crafts – from 3D graphics for the Kingston Airport to sales centre spaces with graphic panels and 3D millwork for Minto Communities Ottawa.

As a senior art director, Yang is the brains behind many branding projects here at Alphabet®, shaping unique visual identities for our clients across the board. He has worked with Kingston Accommodation Partners, Tourism Kingston, Travel Nunavut, Parques das Aves Brazil, the House of Commons of Canada, Canadian Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada, Minto Communities Ottawa, the Canadian Construction Association, Ashbury College, O’Brien House, and Instant Pot.

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  • Certified RGD (Registered Graphic Designer)


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