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DANGER Communications is a one-stop boutique shop your marketing and communications needs. Whatever your struggle, we can find a solution--or we know someone who does! Our clients love that we specialize in coordinating all your needed marketing professionals; one meeting with us and we coordinate all your designers, writers, photographers, and more. 

The true goal of DANGER Communications is to provide a marketing firm where our powers are used for good instead of evil. We prioritize work with independent businesses and non-profits because those are the organizations that deserve the best marketing to stay competitive.

Why a fox?

DANGER's logo is a fox. Foxes have been a major character in mythology and storytelling for generations. Crafty, wily, and known for their ability to blend naturally into any situation, the fox is revered for its wit and intelligence. The DANGER fox is portrayed mid-leap as it dives onto its prey--just like us, the fox is poised for action.


About our Creative Director

Jordan Danger

Jordan Danger

Jordan Danger Kent spent the first 10 years of her career in the non-profit sector, working in outreach, program development, and fundraising for notable non-profits like CHEO, YSB, and Pink Triangle Services. She developed many programs and created innumerable outreach and marketing campaigns. During this time she began her career as a freelance journalist, writing on humanitarian topics for publications such as Ottawa Xpress and Ottawa Family Living Magazine.

At age 22, she put herself through her first round of college, achieving and SSW diploma with honors.

Jordan Danger: recipient, 2017

Jordan Danger: recipient, 2017

She later returned to Algonquin to complete a Social Media Certificate program with honors.

In 2010 she created a blog called Project: Priceless with the goal of creating a wedding as free-of-charge as possible through barter and trade. The blog went viral and was covered in international media, culminating in a 150-person wedding valued at approx $40,000. The end actual cost was about $200. This project spurred her career move into the commercial marketing world.

She has been twice invited to read her works at Blog Out Loud Ottawa, with the last time occurring as part of the Ottawa Writer’s Festival. Her blogs have been shortlisted for various awards.

In 2013 she was contracted as the Social Media Specialist for a Hollywood film titled “Muffintop”; she ran the social media for their Kickstarter and raised approx. $100k so the movie could launch independently.

In 2016 she joined the Invest Ottawa team as the Marketing Advisor for SME’s and startups. She supported the marketing strategies of over 100 businesses in her first year. She then took on a larger role as the Communications and UX Manager for the Early Stage Programs before leaving to spend more time working directly with Small-Medium Enterprise. At the same time, she works as a curriculum developer and part time prof at Algonquin College in the School of Media & Design.

Throughout her entire career Jordan has also established herself as a commercial artist, selling works to organizations such as the Ottawa Police for hate crimes campaigns; Youth Services Bureau for campaigns as well as placement at corporate offices; and most recently, she has become a popular ceramic sculptor in the Ottawa area.

Most recently, Jordan was named one of Ottawa’s Forty Under 40 for 2017.