Convicts transported to Australia in the early colonial days would create mementoes for faraway loved ones, inscribing messages on coins. The interactive showcases over 300 tokens, with detailed photography, transcriptions, and background information.
An online magazine covering the ’000 postcodes around Australia — Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, and Sydney — The Thousands has been publishing since 2005 and has, er, thousands of loyal readers across the country.
Our most complex front end build to date. Flemington on Cup Day fuses art with bleeding edge web standards and yet miraculously still works well in older web browsers. Shortlisted for the 2011 McFarlane Prize.
We hate bad coffee. We hate the way it tastes, the way it smells, and most of all we hate forking over hard earned cash for a poorly made espresso.
Decaf Sucks is an app we built to help each other to find the good cafés and avoid the bad ones.Would you like to know more?
Occupying a position in the permanent Landmarks exhibition at the National Museum of Australia, this neat HTML5 heavy interactive also works well in less capable browsers.
Creating an expanding historical resource for the Museum of Australian Democracy and the National Archives of Australia.
iPad app for Australia’s foremost literary journal
Museum interactive for touchscreen and web
A responsive website to celebrate Canberra’s centenary
A community of private landholders who welcome responsible visitors
An online magazine covering Australia’s major cities
The first JSConf to be held in Australia
Great books by great Australian storytellers
Helping students find and understand courses
A look at the most dramatic political event in the history of Australia’s Federation
An interactive whiteboard and memory game for students
An independent online box office
Pushing browsers to their limits
Touchscreen & web interactive
The year’s best political cartoons, on the web and iPad
iOS & Mac discussion
A photographic goldmine
Build a lease in minutes
There’s a lot of coffee out there
Interactive timelines on the web
Our home-grown coffee subscription service
A photographic exhibition
Water Storage on your iPhone
Preventing fruit fly
Touch-screens and listening stations at the National Archives
Podcasts from the National Museum of Australia
Community cookbooks for a good cause
Logo and promotional materials for the journal’s launch
Making a complaint in style
A design for our nation’s university
Designing for an Australia-wide environmental consultancy
Have your issue debated on the national stage
Touchscreen interactive for the National Museum of Australia
Comprehensive site redesign and redevelopment
Generative album art
Homepage with a twist
An exhibition from the Many Australian Photographers group
Search with style
A site for the multi-local exhibition from Old Parliament House
Local realtors get the Icelab treatment
A delicious blend of web-standards and visual effects
Interactive for the National Museum of Australia
Google Maps integration for the National Museum of Australia
Website & Flickr integration
National Museum interactive that is friendly, fun, and includes a monkey
Touchscreen kiosk and online interactive