How can you promote your company without producing large amounts of swag? We have some ideas.
Women defined the conversations that mattered this year. To commemorate 2018, this year's Pilot Holiday Card features 18 women who inspired us in 2018.
We wrote a pocket nature guide to the Toronto Islands. It tells you about nature and islands life and stuff. We'd love to send you one.
From the "war on the car" to a relentless focus on commuters, our struggle to find the right language to talk about streets that work for everyone is holding planners, advocates and cities back.
Celebrating a great year by leaving an indelible mark
On the front lines of the impending robot takeover at the Creative Destruction Lab's annual AI conference
We built a waste-free party on two wheels — and now we’d like to share it
Can a bunch of designers and creative types with greater-than-average bike knowledge draw a bike from memory?
For many, 2016 felt like a cranky relative that overstayed their welcome. Goodbye. No need to call us, we’ll call you. That’s not to say that it was all bad, but the fact that there was a GoFundMe.com page to protect Betty White from 2016 shows how things were getting out of hand.
We’re always learning in our work here at Pilot – and often these lessons have nothing to do with design or communications. Instead, they come from our diverse range of clients who represent an equally diverse range of industries and issues. Here are our top 10 discoveries for 2016: