James March is an interdisciplinary designer, educator, and researcher based in Toronto, Canada.1 He finds satisfaction in an unspecialized practice, taking on a wide range of projects for clients of all sizes.
He has worked at The Collective, RGM, MMM Group, and the Association For New Canadians as an in-house art director and designer.2 He has also consulted independently for a wide variety of clients, including Entertainment One, The Elements Toronto, First Generation Films, Johnston Family Law, Polly Perry Events, Northwood Media, Starbucks, Rhombus Media, Baxter's Canada, Rogers Media, Lush Luxury Magazine, Ryerson University, Jean Claude Roy, CBC, Hidden Pony, Intent Media, Khachi Interiors, MasterCard, Mercedes-Benz, IMG, Harbour Gallery, and the Toronto International Film Festival. His specialties include user experience research, multivariate statistical analysis, and typographic considerations within digital and spatial environments.3
James has received recognition for his work in typeface design4, editorial design5, interaction design6 and photography7. He has received photography commissions from VSCO, Parkland, Daniel Wellington, Frank & Oak, Harper’s Bazaar UK, Happy Socks, FiftyThree, Explore Canada. In 2015, he was featured in Instagram’s first printed publication, Creativity Reflected.
Over the past eight years, James has taught interaction design, user experience design, typography, statistics, and health psychology at various institutions. He has been a speaker and visiting critic at conferences and institutions in Canada, the USA, and the United Kingdom10.
Currently, James is a full-time professor and program coordinator at Sheridan College11 in Oakville, Canada, teaching in the York/Sheridan Program in Design.