Collaboration Jessie Sanbrook, Carla Powick
Default Design; the perpetuated idea that default is male. How does this affect us as designers, and what can we do about it?
This guide is a little collection of ideas, considerations, and questions that designers can ask themselves during the creative process.
Adults are buying fresh fruit from big supermarket chains. Your local green grocer has fresher, higher quality produce, and buying from them is a more enjoyable personal experience.
Many adults are looking for a fresh and healthy relationship. Why not treat your food the same way? Green Grocers Australia’s app uses your location to find your closest green grocer. The campaign uses playful humour in the style of a dating service to hook you up with local produce.
Dr Marie Stopes provides caring and non-judgmental sexual and reproductive healthcare services across Australia. Their biggest challenge is engaging with younger audiences to maintain sexual health.
We created characters and playful packaging to be delivered to directly high schools and universities.
Collaboration Kristen Tilley
People can sometimes find offering their seat to others on trams a challenge because they are distracted during transit and do not notice the situation.
We want to remind passengers that despite these distractions, they should still be aware of tram etiquette. The posters were designed to surprise the audience with a silly twist, jolting passengers back into reality during their daily commute.
Collaboration Georgina Farley
Tea-Time Friends (TTF) was collaborative project; a working studio we created at Interference Space on Chapel Street. Over the week-long event, four artists fed off one another’s energy to create experimental artworks, which culminated in a gallery exhibition.
Graphic imagery and branding by Jack Jaschke.