This year's poster was designed by CoEffect Creative.
Click here to access the poster templates. The templates are fully customizeable. You can translate the text, change the photo, add your own information and hashtags, swap out the tagline for your own, or change the size.
Note that in order to make changes to a template, you MUST either download it or make a copy first. You will not have editing permissions for the original files. To download to your computer as a PowerPoint slide, click the arrow icon. To make a copy, sign into your Google account, right-click the file, and select "make a copy."
Having trouble? Contact the web team at email@example.com.
If you really liked the poster templates from the last couple of years -- don't worry, they're still available! If you use them, be sure to remember to update the dates to reflect this year's information.
If you have a button press and would like to make 1" pin buttons for your festival, simply print these button sheets out! (*.pdf)
We provide several versions of the Jane's Walk logo for you to include in your own web and print content. The six files below are the approved colour schemes to use for the logo.
We provide PNG images of each logo in a small (92x150 pixel) and a large (600x368 pixel) format. These are the easiest files to download and include in your own blog posts, web pages, emails, etc.
For print, we recommend that you download the vector-format of our logos as an SVG (compatible with Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Inkscape, etc). You may also prefer this format if you would like to use a much larger version of our logo, or a much smaller version, while preserving the image quality.
This is a short presentation that you can use to introduce Jane's Walk to your community. It has information about Jane's Walk, Jane Jacobs, and tips for leading a walk. Feel free to modify it, translate the text, and add to it as you see fit.
In order to edit the slides, you must download or make a copy of the file.
If you have a Google account, you can make make a copy. Sign into your Google account, right-click on the file, and select "make a copy". This will create a copy in your Drive that you can edit.
If you don't have a Google account, you can download the file to your computer as a Powerpoint file by clicking on the download icon that appears when you hover over it.