Our Work

Red Cliffs Community Resource Centre

About the organisation: The purpose of the brand is to assist the community to grow and flourish. This is done by offering a range of training, activities, support and resources. RCCRC is about bringing people together, empowering people to be the best they can be and possibly making a positive contribution to society. The centre accepts people from all backgrounds and realises the potential social inclusion can have for community members. They also offer room hire available for community members to host activities.

Logo development: The elements that make up the RCCRC logo represent people from all different backgrounds accepting each other and coming together, meeting at the centre. This is represented with 5 people all different colours with their arms reached out connecting to each other linked by the centre. Each person is capable, independent and heart centred.

The heart that makes up the centre of each person has been derived from the Neighbourhood houses Victoria logo because RCCRC falls under their umbrella of services.

What RCCRC does is take the heart component from the house and puts it into the people in the community.

This represents the purpose of RCCRC to empower people in the community to be the best that they can be through a range of activities and courses. We see in the logo that each person is full of heart, arms reached out embracing the next and meeting in the middle to form a unity. A circle also represents movement and the positive change that can happen if we all work together.

Each person in the circle is capable, independent and heart centred but it is in coming together that the traction of great things can be achieved for each person and the community as a whole.

The logo design was executed in collaboration with Sunnyland Press.

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Messaging & website design.

Website purpose: The purpose of the website is to:

- Create a professional front for the organisation.

- Be a hub of resources and information for the red cliffs community and surrounds.

- Get registrations for events and activities

- Gain insights into the needs of the community

The demographic of people that use the site is diverse, the common denominator that unites users is that they are interested in community connection, wanting to better themselves, needing support or wanting to give to the community. The site has been designed to be inclusive by writing in plain English and including videos and visual story telling that can be understood by any reading level.

Storyline: We crafted 5 offerings that Red Cliffs Community Resource Centre give to the community:

Building community connections, creating social inclusion, empowering people through adult education, transforming a vibrant sustainable community & sharing skills & resources.

These offerings were placed around the logo image and then expanded on throughout the home page.

The site is image-heavy and the visuals tell a story in themselves. Feelings conjured up by the images are feelings like connected, community, working together, belonging, happiness and hope.

Containers encapsulating the images and 5 offerings are curved. A play of curved lines is also featured throughout the site. This gives a sense of softness flow and motion of “bringing the community together”. The softness of a not for profit giving back to the community.

To contrast the bright colours of the logo we incorporated  background images of neutral textures of things like paint strokes, paper fibers or wood shavings. Using a selection of different textures represents people from all different backgrounds coming together.

The site relates to people on a human level and is designed to look grassroots and has a bit of a hand made feel. This represents the down to earth community nature of the organisation.

Community members can go to the site to see what events and activities are on at the centre and in the community. They can then register for the event, this allows RCCRC to stay on top of COVID density limits, communicate with people that have registered and take payments through an eventbrite portal.

People can also find resources and services available at the centre and give about the types of activities they would like to see happen at the centre.

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AV Trophies Mildura - Website content & design

About the organisation: AV Trophies has been supplying trophies and more to the Sunraysia area for over 40 years. In 2014 the business was purchased by the Hahn family of Mildura. To meet the needs of the Mildura community, AV Trophies acquired equipment and expanded to offer their customers garment printing and embroidery, cake toppers, signage, promotional items, giftware, industrial engraving and more. What started out in humble beginnings has evolved to become….MUCH MORE THAN A TROPHY STORE.

Website design:

Website purpose: The purpose of the website is to create a professional front for the organisation and help AV Trophies be found online for the services and products they offer. 

The website encompasses a clean and minimal design that is easy to navigate.

Users can quickly find what they are looking for or cut to the chase and write their request in the prominent box “tell us what you need”. A staff member can then do some research and get back to the customer with some solutions. 

The messaging through the website reinforces that AV Trophies is “much more than a trophy store”. This is done by showcase all they have to offer and reinstating that they want to know what their customer’s needs are so that they can evolve with demands.

The images chosen are of team members, this gives a local and personal feel to the brand.

Gio's Bread - Photography for Sunraysia Life Magazine

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