Brisbane

Troy Matheson

Troy Matheson is the founder of MathesonDesign in Brisbane, Australia.

Troy Matheson believes that Design is a verb not a noun. It is a way of thinking to harness right brain ideas with left brain strategy. This enables him to adapt to any scenario — be it identity design, user interface design, signage design, experience design or designing design education itself.

Troy Matheson's purpose is making the world make sense to other people and enriching their experience along the way.

Troy Matheson is the founder of MathesonDesign in Brisbane, Australia
MathesonDesign
Brisbane, Australia

Gary Edmonds

Gary Edmonds is the Principal of The Buchan Group in Brisbane, Australia.

The Buchan Group offers:

  • Architecture
  • Master Planning
  • Interiors
  • Graphics

 

The Buchan group produces award winning graphic work in the areas of Wayfinding, Placemaking and Immersive experiences and event graphics for clients in retail, corporate and workplace, urban and public spaces and commercial spaces all over Australia and the Asia Pacific region.

Gary Edmonds is the Principal of the The Buchan Group in Brisbane, Australia
Gary Edmonds , Buchan Group, work for Lu-One in Shanghai, China
The Buchan Group
Brisbane, Australia

Angela Stefanoff

Angela Stefanoff is the Principal at Goldi Design in Brisbane, Australia.

Angela is passionate about design and its potential to influence people’s experience of brands and places.

She has over 23 years experience in design across all touch-points of branding, communication and the built environment, in studios in Sydney, London and Brisbane. Angela founded Goldi in 2005 – an inter-disciplinary design studio, with an emphasis on quality design thinking and outcomes, supported by a high level of client service.

Angela Stefanoff is the Principal at Goldi Design in Brisbane, Australia
Goldi Design
Brisbane, Australia

Bryce Tolliday

Bryce Tolliday is the Director of Access All Ways

Access All Ways Consultants is a firm of accredited access consultants based in SE Queensland providing specialized advice on access for people with disabilities and wayfinding to major projects all over Australia.

Bryce Tolliday, Director, All Access Ways, Brisbane Australia
Access All Ways
Brisbane, Australia

BrandCulture Communications

Bringing brands to life. BrandCulture Communications is an award-winning design consultancy that works with clients across three key disciplines to ensure their brands live in the hearts and minds of their employees, stakeholders and customers.

To increase engagement, brands need to demonstrate – not just communicate – their positioning, values and heritage. BrandCulture Communications help you do just that by creating unique opportunities for people to connect with your brand.

Isabelle Cabrera

Isabelle Cabrera is a Senior Documentation Designer at DotDash in Queensland, Australia.

Isabelle Cabrera has over ten years of experience working in architecture and wayfinding. She has spent most of her design career working in the Middle East on large scale wayfinding projects in the UAE, Jeddah, Kuwait and Qatar, most notably the Mohammed bin Rashid City District 1 and King Faisal Hospital & Akoya by Damac.

Isabella Cabrera
dotdash
Mandaue City, Philippines

Waltzing Matilda Centre

Waltzing Matilda Centre

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Winton, Australia lies 1,356km north-west of Brisbane, surrounded by Matilda country. According to the Australian Traveller it is the dinosaur capital of Australia; paleontologists from around the world flock to the harsh and unforgiving outback to discover dinosaur bones.

Winton is also the birth place of the famous Australian bush ballad, “Waltzing Matilda.” Banjo Paterson wrote the lyrics to the legendary song nearby at Dagworth Station in 1895. It was first performed at Winton’s North Gregory Hotel the same year.

Off Grid 18 in Summary

Off Grid 18 in Summary

“Off Grid 18,”the second-annual international experiential graphic design event created by the Wellington Chapter of SEGD, transpired over four days and four cities in late February. The theme was “Experiential City,” which posed the question, “What is the ‘experiential city’ and where does design fit in?”

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