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DIA 7×7 Talk 1 for 2013

The first of the DIA 7×7 Talk Series is on again showcasing a new logo I’ve designed for this year’s series to keep things a fresh. Our first talk is a return to arts hub Rabbit and Cocoon and aimed at ‘Young Guns’ or emerging designers…

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Happy 12th Birthday Creative Whit!

Creative Whit celebrates its 12th birthday this month. I can’t belief how the time has flown. Many businesses don’t last 5 years, and making the 10 year mark was a milestone. So 12 years makes it that much sweeter. Thanks to those clients of past…

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Beautiful Bali

What an inspiration Bali is for creativity. Having just spent two weeks over the festive season celebrating on the Island of the Gods, it has left an indelible impression. As this was my first trip to Indonesia I enjoyed taking photos of my first impressions,…

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Full house at DIA GC 7×7 Talk

The final DIA GC Talk for the year last Friday night was a sell-out! Despite the gale force wind, the event at Sea Temple, Surfers Paradise, looked beautiful and the food and drink service was impeccable. There were a diverse range of the guest speakers from…

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Project Glass: Google

As I poke around the web reading stories for my Masters research project on wayfinding I came across the video for Googles Project Glass. I love futurism and this has lashings of it. Take a look.

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Design + Thinking movie screening on the Gold Coast

Phew! What a day. Just been finishing off the organisation of the movie screening of Design + Thinking. Managed to have Queensland College of Art kindly sponsor the event so that it could be free for all attendees. Here’s the details if you’re interested in…

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Business Model Canvas: Seminar and Workshop

Just spent the last couple of days enlightened at the Business Model Canvas seminar and workshop sponsored by AGDA and DIA. The seminar on Monday evening was a teaser and intro into what exactly is a Business Model Canvas. Put simply it identifies areas for…

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