Singtel Optus is Australia's second largest telecommunications companies with over 8000 employees. Their large university-style campus in Sydney's North-West is where 1000's of their employees work, eat, shop, park, drop kids of at daycare centres and even work out. So the challenge of way-finding and informing staff who are busily moving about was presented.
What we did:
Research & behavioural insights
Way-finding and digital signage design
Motion and static content
Western Sydney University
Western Sydney University is one of Australia's leading education and research institutions with over 40,000 students currently enrolled. As global economies move towards a more precarious model of work it is vital that we understand and predict ways to nurture and understand this trend. The emergence of co-working and post-Fordist workforce modelling has been the subject of an ongoing, global study that we have been assisting the WSU School of Social Sciences with.
What we are doing:
Global research projects
Academic writing and analysis
Social trend analysis to influence policy
The WWF Sustainable Development Goals Australia Conference aims to raise awareness, foster opportunities for partnerships and catalyse local Australian action around the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals. We were thrilled to have the opportunity to play a supportive role in Sydney for the 2016 event, event resources, guest relations, event guide application and procuring environmentally friendly and sustainably focused businesses to make the event an engaging and enjoyable experience.
What we did:
Research & writing of event materials
Sustainable event design
iOS Android application development assistance & testing
EARTH HOUR 60+
Earth hour is all about switching off and taking sometime to consider your environmental impact on the planet. Starting in 2007 in Sydney, Earth Hour has grown into the largest environmental awareness event in the world. Now in its 10th year, Earth Hour is estimated to engage people in 172 countries and over 7,000 cities and towns worldwide. This includes 1 in 4 Australians.Working beside the inspiring environmental campaigner and Earth Hour founder, Anna Rose, we were able to help send a clear message about climate change through social media strategy, campaign coordination, ambassador engagement and a huge activation event in Manly featuring a live Stackla social media feed, and Australian icon Michale Caton as emcee.
What we did:
Campaign & Design Coordination
Creative content production
Event and activation
UNFCCC & WWF
UNFCCC REEF REPORT
The 2014 WWF Reef Report was composed as a primary resource for the UNFCCC Climate Change Summit held in Lima, Peru and was distributed as the main resource for the 2014 Earth Hour 60+ campaign. We were tasked with designing a highly readable resource on a short timeline that would honour the decades of work put in to its findings by WWF and the authors.
What we did
Print & Digital design