West Kootenay Regional Airport

The West Kootenay Regional Airport is an important transportation hub in Western Canada, providing direct access to the major cities of Vancouver and Canada from the interior of the province of British Columbia.


The WKRA is a regional airport that connects the Eastern BC interior to the rest of Canada, and the world. The goal was to incorporate their “Up to Something” tagline into an interface that would be easy to navigate.

I was inspired by the use of iconography in international airports, which eliminate the need to speak a local language to navigate a building, in the navigation for this design.



Cactaceae, with illustrated keys of all tribes, sub-tribes and genera

I was responsible for the design, development and CMS implementation of this site.

Note: The WKRA logo was created by another designer.

A Bit About Me

I am Aisling1: a designer of many mediums, although my passion lies in web design and front end development.

I am Canadian, currently based in Brighton, England.

I got my start as a preteen who wanted to make her blog look pretty, and here I am, 16 years later, with a post secondary education in New Media Production & Design and several years of agency experience in my repertoire.

When I am not designing, I enjoy travelling to big cities or tiny islands, baking gluten free treats and taking photos. You can see these things in action on my blog, Anthologie.


1. Say it like "Ashleen."

Curriculum Vitae

  • LoyaltyLion - London, UK

    Front End Developer / Designer

    January 2017 - Present

  • Lime Global - London, UK

    UI/UX Designer

    June 2016 - December 2016

  • Message Digital Design - Brighton, UK

    Front End Developer / Designer

    August 2013 - June 2016

  • Twist Marketing - Calgary, Canada

    Web Production Designer

    June 2011 - June 2013