Device views of ONE CBR
ONE CBR is a Christian event centred around raising awareness and support for the persecuted church. Focused on bringing Christians of all denominations together to support the spread of the gospel to the furthest and hardest to reach parts of the world. In order to create a digital space to raise awareness and enable people to register their interest in attending and helping out, a website and branding needed to be created. This needed to speak loudly and generate excitement. It also needed to show attendees what they could expect when they come to the event. After researching the most appropriate platforms for the site, I put together the basic branding styles, typography and colour pallet. I then began designing the logo and site layout. The result was a bold and eye-catching branding experience that could be applied in many different circumstances, such as merchandise and social media. Once built, the site allowed users to collaborate easily, enabling them to create and update the sites content as the event draws closer.
Domain Inspections App Screens
Searching for a house is hard. Needing to go and view multiple houses one after another can be very confusing and it is easy to become frustrated trying to get from one viewing to the next. To address this issue, I designed and prototyped the Domain Inspections app. This was undertaken as part of a university project but was designed to meet a real need. After having attended multiple house inspections, I began to take notes not just on the houses but also the frustrations of other inspectors. With this research in hand, I went about putting together a functional prototype using live data from Domain’s property listings API. The end product allowed users to track their inspections, rate and compare properties, take notes and photos and most importantly, get quick access to directions to their next inspection.
The CTSU Logo and Style Guide
Did you know that Canberra Hospital has a clinical trials unit? They do, but you would be hard-pressed to figure that out if you tried. As the clinical trials program grows and changes at Canberra Hospital, it was recognised that there was a need for increased awareness and organisational cohesion across all the various clinical trial activities. To address this, I was part of a team tasked with helping create a brand identity for the newly coined CTSU or Clinical Trials Support Unit. We created multiple iterations of a unifying brand mark that all media and communications could be linked to. To support this effort, we also created a style guide to help standardise the CTSU’s visual aesthetic, along with some example documents. The result was a uniform visual language that could be easily applied to both digital and printed formats. With a focus on flexibility, the CTSU have been able to use their new logo and style guide to generate greater organisational awareness within the Canberra Region.
Collection Contours Data Visualisation
The National Gallery of Australia (NGA) is an amazing place, with a ridiculous amount of beautiful work on display for all to see. However, that is only if you decide to go to the museum. To address this, the NGA has been building a collections API in an effort to digitise all of their works and make it accessible to the world. I was selected to be part of a design project to test the limits of the API. Tasked with building an interesting representation of the data inside the collection, I needed to design and implement a dynamic data visualisation. Using the data visualisation framework D3.js, I built an interactive visualisation of the many different kinds of work and arranged them by place-of-origin. Wanting to present this in an aesthetically pleasing way I created a circular 2-way graphic system. When presented to the gallery at their workshop event, the visualisation was met with a strong positive response and helped generate further ideas for future creations.