Fresh From The Field — wadeandleta.com by Sons and Co.

This Fresh From The Field features an out of the box website by web design maestros Sons and Co. for an iconic New York-based design duo which is sure to delight. Lyttleton based Sons and Co. elevate the global industry standards of design on the web notch by notch with each and every project they…

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Fresh from the Field — Clouston & Co by Strategy Creative

This week’s Fresh From The Field features a brand strategy, identity, packaging, print collateral, digital experience and merchandise for winemaker David Clouston by Strategy Creative If you have new or recent work that you would like to share in Fresh from the Field email Louise for details. The Brief: David Clouston came to Strategy Creative with the…

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Fresh from the field — Think + Shift, Ghost Street/Studio Everyday

This week’s Fresh from the Field features a website redesign for Think + Shift by Ghost Street & Studio Everyday. If you’ve got new or recent work that you’d like to share in our weekly Fresh from the Field series email Zoë for details.   Overview Think + Shift are a product and spatial design company. Due…

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The Bright Awards — celebrating young creative talent

Written by Analiese Jackson, Media Design School Last week, the winners of the 2017 Bright Awards were announced, to the delight of schools and secondary school students across the country. The Bright Awards, believed to be the first competition of its kind run in New Zealand, sought out digital design submissions from Year 11 –…

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Fresh from the field — Talking Minds, DHW Lab

This week’s Fresh from the Field features the Talking Minds website, an excellent example of co-design and collaboration recently created by the DHW Lab. If you’ve got new or recent work that you’d like to share in our weekly Fresh from the Field series email Zoë for details. Talking Minds is a website co-designed with young New Zealanders…

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Igniting a Passion for Democracy: On the Fence

Written by Lana Lopesi Designers­—as communication specialists and image-makers—build election campaigns as we know them. They communicate political messages to the masses, and create pathways from the public to the politician. A voter’s initial impression of a candidate is often a visual one. If designed well, images, slogans or even hashtags can “embody ideological values…

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Webstock 2017 — an impression

Written by Gerbrand van Melle The week before last was Webstock week. Yes, there was an incident. Yes, you can read all about on the Internet. Yes, Sagmeister’s tasteless joke was over 8 years old. Yes, Natasha and Mike from Webstock responded accurately and conform the conference code of conduct. Chapeau! What else happened on Thursday…

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Fresh from the Field — ClickClack By Dow Design

In this week’s Fresh from the Field we profile a new project by Dow Design for ClickClack. If you’ve got new or recent work that you’d like to share in our weekly Fresh from the Field series email Zoë for details.  The Brief:  To look at the ClickClack identity. The client suspected that they didn’t have a…

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