A suite of videos produced for Massey External Relations, highlighting areas of Massey's research and curriculum.
A collaboration between ThinkPlace, MBIE and Open Lab to inform and engage MBIE staff about the Better Public Services programme.
Part experience design, part strategic research, with a purpose of understanding how 'urban millennials’ wanted to engage with Post Shops.
Logo design for 2012 60th Anniversary celebrations of diplomatic relations between Japan and New Zealand.
Naming, brand architecture including logo, and print design for the Centre for Public Health Research.
A short video invitation to a showcase evening at Massey.
An event to reconnect a youth audience with Te Papa, whilst making the most of the Andy Warhol exhibition.
A project including naming, brand architecture and website for innovative farm management start-up OneFarm.
A video was created for Glassons on Lambton Quay to celebrate the stores 1st birthday.
Materials for the New Zealand Festival's exhibition celebrating their history.
The objective was to brand Agribusiness NZ Ltd and create supporting design collateral.
Full redesign of the Massey University College of Creative Arts website, focusing on showcasing the work that goes on in, and comes out of CoCA.
Identity and bespoke 'call and response' design at Semi-Permanent Design Conference, staged as a small pop-up studio.
The objective was to position and develop a brand concept and flavour variants for a 100% fat free ice-cream.
Branding and collateral for the Wellington Jazz Festival, including bespoke typeface, poster suite and other material.
Identity design and collateral for the Co-Design Disaster Resilience Laboratory.
Open Lab designed St Kilda’s 2014 Anzac Day guernsey to be worn by Saints players in the second annual AFL match at the Westpac Stadium.
LAWA is a web tool designed to give the public access to data on the quality of New Zealand's freshwater.
Styleguide, icon set and usability system for an award-winning hand-held ear tag reader.
A project to consider how secondary school students might be encouraged to consider a career in the primary industries.
Student lead interactive studio generating 'live' material at the 2012 Semi-Permanent conference.