What’s in a Name?
October 1st, 2003

‘It’s a hard call when you’re advising clients against acronyms and you’ve got one yourself,’ says Allison Hulett, co-director of successful Sydney design studio EKH Design, who’s been trading on a very well regarded acronym themselves for years.

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.


Training Day
November 1st, 2007

The second thing to look for is people who’ve been there. Almost all the training providers Desktop spoke to for this article assured us their lecturers and teachers have industry experience, so the fact that it seems to be standard is be a good thing.

The Best out West
October 1st, 2003

Despite being as close to Bali as they are to Bathurst, WA has embraced the technology age as avidly as the rest of Australia.


Designs on Our Future
June 1st, 2008

Then there’s the million little things we can all do on a daily basis, as outlined on the blog 101 Things Designers Can Do To Save Earth, where you can read about joining like-minded sustainable designers, turning your computers off at night and more.

The Output Revolution
May 1st, 2003

We all know there’s a thing called Postscript in the trade of designing and creating printed matter, but fewer of us know what it is and fewer still how it works. But without it, none of us would have a job.






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

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

Take a Different Course Training's changed dramatically since the advent of the desktop designer, finds Drew ...
August 1st, 2008

Smooch Western Australia is a funny place. Innovations are coming from several areas ...
September 1st, 2003

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

Not the Standard Approach What are web standards are why should you care? Even more importantly, ...
January 1st, 2007


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