LAW Design was founded by digital, advertising, branding, and graphic design industry veterans with decades of agency and tech start-up experience. Our mission is to help small business with their marketing needs and help them grow. We talk with so many business owners that are passionate about their products but more often than not they find online advertising, marketing and design to be a mysterious world, one of frustration and confusion. We can simplify the conversation and help them better understand and achieve their marketing goals.

We can help, let's talk.


Laura studied design and fine arts in New York City at Cooper Union. She spent most of her career growing up in small design boutiques and early Toronto start-ups, eventually moving into the advertising world at TAXI where she was an ACD for many years. Laura has worked on many large-scale integrated campaigns for TELUS, McCain Foods, Canadian Tire, CFC and Addition Elle. Her work has been recognized by Communication Arts, Applied Arts, Digital Marketing Awards, Coupe Magazine, RGD, ADC Design Sphere Awards.

Laura is also a co-founder of Plutogroup, an agency that works on new product development, marketing strategy and online advertising. At Plutogroup, she designs marketing initiatives internally and externally for Google such as AdWords, YouTube Fest, Google Play Music, Think with Google, Google Partners, Buffer Fest, Google Geek Street, Women @ Google, Google Pride, Google Maps, Google+, Double Click, Android and Google Trends.

Laura is a passionate supporter of local small businesses and helps entrepreneurs from designing packaging for new products, to online stores, and branding.

Anthony Watts

Anthony began his career studying film, video, audio, and digital art in the New Media program at the Ontario College of Art (now known as OCADU) in Toronto. His broad array of multi-disciplinary skills has led to creative problem-solving for Google, Canadian Tire, The Score, Flextronics, and Games Workshop.

In 2004 Anthony co-founded Unspace Interactive, which quickly gained notoriety as the first boutique Ruby on Rails consultancy in Canada. Initially lauded as the original Rails "A-Team", Unspace invested heavily in the Ruby community while building sophisticated mobile and web software. Anthony used his passion for clean and simple UI to create The Score's first iPhone app and lent his expertise to the development of Haml and Sass (the popular HTML templating language and CSS processor).

As a small business operator himself, Anthony understands the problems faced by entrepreneurs struggling to understand the often confusing online world. Through simple tools and mentorship, he strives to make the web more accessible to small business owners.