For a specialist consultant, assisting not-for-profit organisations, cookie-cutter branding and web UX wasn't going to cut it. So we knew we were speaking the same (design) language.
We created placemaking.nz to help ‘Place Leaders’ get their tactical urbanism ‘Activations’ quite literally, on the map
Critical to effective community development is passing on the learnings. Exchangecollaborative.nz was commissioned to ensure that community development among migrant women
Commissioned to edit and present reporting on critical community development pilots, Looking Back to Look Forward drew heavily on our sector experience, and content creation capability.
This Wordpress community development site, may be small, but we didn’t skim on anything - front end or back.
This new neighbourhood hub is ambitious to build community. A light front-end belies some strong bones beneath.
A new wave of cohousing communities is emerging. I developed cohousing.org.nz to help profile and network these developing 'coho's.
A plucky indie african news service wanted an ID with the edge to represent it's journalistic acuity.
UNEP needed a site to support their efforts to protect flyways for bird-life migrating back and forth between Europe and Africa.
A wake-up call for car-dominated road culture, Bikes for Life was a creative response to a wave of unnecessary cycling casualties..
Smart Transport popped up awful quickly, to offer kiwis a clear voice on sustainable transport options for a post oil world. Their online vehicle was a fast mover too.
A less than well-oiled 2008 campaign machine needed to patch a newly migrated, but sprawling and undesigned Drupal based site. A clean, simple frontpage had to help.