We were happy to be advised that one of our projects was chosen by the jury to be showcased on the 6th May 2011 on the prestigious Design and Design web site.
In late January this year we were introduced to the inspirational Mandy Mason and the extraordinary work her and her team are doing with the LEARN Foundation for Autism.
L.E.A.R.N. is an independent provider of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) based therapy services for young children having an Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Mandy founded LEARN in 2008 after her daughter was diagnosed with autism in 2006. Mandy became passionate about the use of the science of ABA therapy in the field of autism and has overseen the growth of LEARN from 20 children on opening the centre in 2008 to a capacity of close to 100 children today.
After our introduction we couldn’t help but want to offer our professional services in a pro bono capacity to the LEARN Foundation to help them build their profile, fundraise and secure corporate sponsorships so that they can continue to positively change the lives of even more children each year.
We were pleased to discover that some more of our work was being featured on Branding Served.
Run by the Behance their editorial team features only a small number of projects each day and with many thousands to choose from, they look for work that promotes new thinking in its industry.
Thanks for noticing (again) Behance!
We wanted to give you a peak at a little job that rushed through the studio over the past two days. This project was both consuming and rewarding to work upon (the best kind). The 3rd International Urban Design Conference Designs On Our Future, is being held at the National Convention Centre, Canberra from the 30th August to 1st September. The conference will examine how our new cities are conceived and our existing ones are adapted, re-designed and managed.
As part of the conference, there is a poster exhibition and our client, Hames Sharley, is exhibiting 2 posters to compliment their discussion papers that are also being presented.