The Lord’s Taverners Australia is a charity with branches in all States and Territories of Australia. The Lord’s Taverners have in common a love of sport generally, a love of cricket in particular, but most importantly a desire to raise money to support disadvantaged and/or handicapped young people. digital graffiti is involved in collateral design and maintenance, including five branch web sites, the national web site, and the logo above.
It's really nice when our clients are happy to endorse our work. Deanne Edwards is the Business Manager of Southern Christian College, a dynamic little school with big ideas. Click HERE to read what she has to say.
digital graffiti has been producing collateral for the Triabunna Cabin and Caravan Park for 30 years. This has recently included a strategically planned mobile version of the website. Scan the QR code with your smart phone app to see it.
Growing Up is the first in a trilogy of near future novels written by David Alomes, an accountant who has discovered his is also a writer. digital graffiti designed and prepared the artwork for printing, as well as re-purposing the manuscript for epub and Kindle.
We have had the good fortune to work for many years with legendary Tasmanian tourism documentary maker Peter Richman. Peter has left us, but his work lives on.
We've known Bec Tilley for more than 20 years, and have known for almost as long that she sings like an angel. It was a thrill to be asked to design and construct her web site. Click HERE to see it.
A lot of digital graffiti's eating, drinking and thinking happens at Patchwork Café. So it was nice to make their site. Food was styled by Jess at the café and shot by us. Visit the site HERE. A warning, though. Once you've enjoyed a Patchwork Café meal or coffee you will have trouble staying away.
Tasmanian Tourist Parks is a vibrant network of cabin, caravan and camping locations around Tasmania. Sometimes less is more and this one page site linking to their existing sites is what we recommended. Learn more HERE.