CRC for Water Sensitive Cities: a vibrant, information-rich vision for our future

CRC for Water Sensitive Cities: a vibrant, information-rich vision for our future

Posted on Jul 2, 2015 in Reconnecting and Re-engaging | No Comments

What would a city look like that’s truly sustainable, productive, resilient and liveable? That was our challenge for this research leader in water sensitive urban design and we had fun turning all this into an infographic!

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Jacob’s Creek: connecting sustainability and stories in the Barossa

Jacob’s Creek: connecting sustainability and stories in the Barossa

Posted on Jul 2, 2015 in Reconnecting and Re-engaging | No Comments

We’ve worked on diverse storytelling and sustainability projects with Jacob’s Creek, one of Australia’s most iconic wine brands in the heart of the Barossa Valley wine region. And we’ve finally brought some of them together online.

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Fay Fuller Foundation: bringing philanthropy online

Fay Fuller Foundation: bringing philanthropy online

Posted on Jul 2, 2015 in Reconnecting and Re-engaging | No Comments

There are so many organisations doing good things in South Australia, so it’s a pleasure to create a website to help an important philanthropic group like the Fay Fuller Foundation.

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We’ve put 41 fish in the middle of a desert

We’ve put 41 fish in the middle of a desert

There are 41 native fish in the Murray-Darling Basin, one of the world’s largest river catchments. When we were put the challenge to develop an interpretive display in Mildura in the most awkward of spaces, we thought it might be fun to squeeze them all in!

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The story of success for families is all in the retelling

The story of success for families is all in the retelling

Family by Family is one of the most successful social ventures in Australia. This ‘network of families helping other families’ needed their story reimagined online, moving beyond a great idea and into the successful national network that is now changing life experiences for people across New South Wales and South Australia.

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Waste education is the name of the game

Waste education is the name of the game

It’s not easy connecting home waste minimisation to primary school education, especially when it’s not kids who do the weekly shopping or food preparation! When one of our favourite recycling enthusiasts invited us to help, we really took the opportunity to think differently about how we could help change things in a range of schools across southern Victoria.

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The news about chemical contamination isn’t all bad

The news about chemical contamination isn’t all bad

The impact of chemicals on human health and the environment is growing, with around 5 million contaminated sites documented worldwide. The good news is that we are seeing the beginnings of a movement to bring the best knowledge and people together under a brand we developed called globalCARE.

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Hello possum! Join our creative geocaching adventure

Hello possum! Join our creative geocaching adventure

With the help of a little hand-held technology, geocaching brings hide and seek into the 21st Century. It’s free, fun for all ages and pretty addictive. Find out how Ecocreative built a project on this brilliant platform for community engagement, hiding a series of storytelling geocaches across Adelaide and the Mount Lofty Ranges.

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Clever digital engagement helping big-picture decisions

Clever digital engagement helping big-picture decisions

Posted on Feb 11, 2015 in It's what we start that matters | No Comments

Strategic management of large territories has its challenges. To help an Aboriginal NRM organisation do this important work, we built an engaging online reporting and decision-making tool that it is easy to update and optimised for remote or offline access.

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The return of the quolls

The return of the quolls

Posted on Feb 11, 2015 in It's what we start that matters | No Comments

Getting people to investment in big ideas is never easy, especially where rare animals are concerned. This makes the Western Quoll investment prospectus we created for the Foundation for Australia’s Most Endangered so satisfying. As a result of generous contributions, after more than 100 years of local extinction, these intriguing ‘native cats’ now live in the Flinders Ranges. And now they’re having babies!

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