Since 1988, Mondegro has provided design-driven solutions unique to each client. Our integrated programs connect brand strategy and identity design, sales and marketing collateral, environmental graphics and exhibitions, books and publications, and interactive media. Mondegro has developed award-winning design programs for a broad clientele representing museums, cultural institutions, financial and professional services, and non-profit organizations.

Frank Moniz RGD

Frank Moniz RGD

President and Design Director

After earning his BFA in Visual Arts from York University, working for a major exhibit design company was a fitting segue for a graphic designer with a penchant for architecture. The decision to establish Mondegro Inc. back in 1988 was a no-brainer for Frank; as its Principal and Design Director, Frank parlayed his design experience and started work on a broad scope of projects that included everything from corporate identities to museum exhibits. Frank is a member of The Association of Registered Graphic Designers of Ontario (R.G.D.). When not schmoozing with clients, Frank can be found schmoozing with construction crews for insight on the latest building springing up in the city’s downtown.

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Nancy Moniz

Nancy Moniz

Creative Director

Mix together one part science geek and one part artisan and you get a designer with a perpetual urge to dissect, design, and disseminate. Spurred on by her lifelong interest in science and art, Nancy enrolled at University of Toronto and majored in both environmental science and art—right brain/left brain gymnastics. After earning her Bachelor of Science degree, she sharpened her writing and copy editing skills at George Brown College. A glutton for the rigors of an academic schedule, she continued her arts education at Max the Mutt Animation School, where she was later hired as an instructor for classical drawing classes. With a background in multimedia and 10 years in corporate communications under her belt, Nancy thrives when challenged to make the mundane interesting and bring the unclear into focus.