A site to hold links to the eponymous TV series and serve as a comprehensive resource for mental health information and support.
We designed and built the ‘Man Up’ site to complement the excellent TV series.
With male suicide at three times the rate for women, and the number one killer for males under 45, it appears the pressure to harden up is making some men crack.
We went through a user testing research exercise in conjunction with Melbourne University to hone the design and UX of the site prior to build and also delivered weekly analytics reports on site performance, adjusting content ongoing to maximise the success of the site, supported by a social campaign.
From the minimalist and image-led, to hefty builds requiring high interactivity, integrations and functionality.See websites
We understand the difference beautifully resolved design makes, and how inextricably linked a bold aesthetic is to a strong online presence. As our work spans a diverse mix of clients and disciplines, we don’t limit our creative offering by having a house style. Instead, we partner with a select pool of graphic designers to match the right creative style to the personality each brand calls for, project by project.See websites
Using consultation, insights, and instinct we turn the client brief into a single proposition. The backbone of a project, and what we see as a strong central thread to be drawn through every element of a website, installation or campaign – from navigation and responsiveness, to the look and feel, to the way a site moves and flows, employs animation and imagery to its tone and language – for a fully considered resolve.
Production and build for creative applications and interactive installations for events, and artistic, cultural and commercial applications.See websites
In-house studio with safe hands (and ears) for all sound mixing, voice-over, and post production requirements: short, long-form or live.See websites
Copy that is clean and clear, though expressive, brings a rhythm and style all of its own. Getting the tone right contributes significantly to the degree of engagement and ‘feel’ of the design as a whole. Business messaging doesn’t have to be boring, generic or full of buzzwords but can, and should, fully embody the values of your company and your people.