Twenty years worth of projects
Here’s some of our most recent…
theDesignPeople recently designed a new site for Fountain GP, a popular general practice in Alexandria in Sydney’s Inner West. Features a time changing banner.
The Ballet Society
New South Wales
We recently rebranded The Ballet Society in NSW, SA and VIC – all distinctly different. Here is the NSW version of the site.
University of Newcastle,
We recently built this site for Opus – the independent, student-run publication at the University of Newcastle.
The Content Byte Summit
We helped to put together this site for The Content Byte Summit, to be held in September 2023
Cafe & Bar
We recently updated the website for Sydney’s iconic Sappho Books, Cafe & Bar in Glebe. Highly reviewed, they are Sydney’s favourite second-hand book store.
Since 2011, Sport Matters has made an impact on the lives of people in developing nations, building lasting relationships and creating sustainable change.
Dance 2 Nate
Nate Morris is a successful Sydney DJ set to open for Dua Lipa this February at 2020’s Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras. We recently finished his new website.
We recently completed a website for legal practice director, Scott McSwan at WorkLegal.
The Ballet Society
We recently re-branded of The Ballet Society – 4 sites in total including South Australia, Victoria, NSW and their main splash page.
The Award Winning Climate Wise Communities
We were approached by Ku-ring-gai council to design and build a new website for their award winning Climate Wise Communities initiative. The brief was for an initial informational website plus a ‘Ready Check Tool’ that would help residents of the council to understand any risks or defence strategies that they may/should have during climate change situations such as bushfire, flood, storm or heatwave.
The tool had to be very user friendly and accessible, with several different features including an initial map of the resident address, and a following question and answer page on their personal situation. Then came a discovery of what their home strength and weakness may be for the various climate situations. Beyond that a discussion on the neighbourhood and finally an informational on different resources to help them further.
After some consultation with council and playing with different options, we settled on building it all within a form system. Using conditional logic we were able to incorporate responding answers (sometimes in different coloured font) within the question boxes and then at the end gave the viewer the option to print their answers to PDF.
Both the website plus the tools and games have been a huge success with residents of Ku-ring-gai, and we have been tasked with implementing new systems to make the website even more interactive and fun to use!
After its success, two other Sydney councils came on board. Wollondilly Council and Ryde City both have new Climate Wise Communities websites for their residents.