Harry Williamson
April 1st, 2003

Most of us design for money — but how many of us can say they’ve had a chance to design money? Originally asked to judge entrants to design the commemorative bicentennial $10 note, designer Harry Williamson asked instead to join the running.

The Quark Wars
August 1st, 2009

Most of our customers realise a feature is a feature. In large companies with a workflow you still put type and images on a page but it’s more about the ecosystem around that, it’s about integration with HTML or asset management systems. Today it’s not a bigger battle but a bigger game.”


New Dimensions
July 1st, 2009

Next time you go to your local cinema and appreciate the work that’s gone into the at-times huge movie display ads (called ‘standees’), it’s a good bet it’s come from behind the doors of JJ&A’s nondescript Glendale building.

Knowledge is Power
August 1st, 2009

Apple’s Final Cut Studio 2 is a good example, packed with video editing, motion graphics, audio, colour grading, encoding and DVD tools for $1,698 (tools that would have costs hundreds of thousands of dollars in the analogue era).


Not the Standard Approach
January 1st, 2007

There are literally seven or eight CD players an average household. Imagine if every time you bought a CD you had to read the instructions on the CD to make sure it was compatible with each player.

Smooch
September 1st, 2003

Western Australia is a funny place. Innovations are coming from several areas and industries that sometimes overshadow the accomplishments of Sydney or Melbourne based practitioners, and not just in areas we think of as distinctly western, like mining.






Designs on Our Future From Earth Hour to The 11th Hour, concern for the environment is ...
June 1st, 2008

Training Day To train or not to train? Can you teach creativity? Or is ...
November 1st, 2007

What’s in a Name? Not Another Three Letter Acronym! "It's a hard call when you're advising clients ...
October 1st, 2003

The Best out West Would it surprise you to learn Western Australia is more than mines, ...
October 1st, 2003

The Output Revolution We all know there's a thing called Postscript in the trade of ...
May 1st, 2003

The Quark Wars Drew Turney remembers the design industry's very own history of warfare and ...
August 1st, 2009


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