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The Department of Finance and Deregulation contracted Acceleration for visual design services to support the development of the new australia.gov.au site. The new site provides users with quicker, easier access to Australian Government information and services. The key objective of this project is to deliver a visual design solution that is informative, colourful, visually interesting and intuitive to the sites wide range of users. The solution positions the Australian Government as a leader and innovator in electronic communications and adheres to best practice usability and accessibility design.View project gallery
The Cybersafe Schools sub-site is a home for the NetAlert Educational Materials Project. This site allows teachers (both at primary and secondary levels) to access a range of resources on Internet safety for teacher awareness, primary school students and secondary school students.View project gallery
Innerzine is an internal newsletter for ACMA staff that reflects the modern and professional nature of the organisation. Innerzine provides a flexible foundation for future online communications development and enhancement and builds on ACMA’s existing corporate branding.View project gallery
ACMA’s email Bulletin provides ACMA staff with a regular weekly bulletin. The role of the e-bulletin is to consolidate and better coordinate information into one vehicle that gives ACMA staff a snapshot of organisation-wide information and links through to detailed information located on the ACMA intranet.View project gallery
The redesign of the NetAlert site fosters and facilitates a sense of online community and ensures a diverse range of site visitors feel at ease with the interface and are engaged by the information and features provided specific to their unique needs. The site content is more user driven focus and provide each identified target user group with a separate and customised entry point for optimum ease of use and ensure fast and easy access to relevant information.
The Heard Island website provides a highly engaging and sensory experience that reflect the island’s wild, remote and unique environment and
communicate to users World Heritage values of the island and it's importance. The site also serves as the central repository for all materials relating to Heard Island, from pictorial displays through to management plans and latest data. This information is easily accessed through a simple and logical layered navigational structure and an effective search engine.
Acceleration was contracted to assist in the development of an interactive website for the Mawson’s Hut’s and the Cape Denison Historic site which has been included on the National Heritage List. This interactive website works to promote and interpret the National Heritage values of this otherwise inaccessible place to the Australian (and international) community, whilst also provides for a publicly accessible online artefact database.View project gallery
This fun illustrated animation is based on the idea of wrapping Boag’s beer cartons as Christmas on a conveyor belt/production line. Boag’s beer cartons travel along the conveyor belt to a machine to be wrapped and emerge as presents with an appropriate Christmas message for the user to sign and send off as an email.View project gallery
The Premium sub-site is designed to have a subtle and smooth elegance featuring distinctive black and white imagery and videos inspired by photographer Helmut Newton. This sub-site utilises marketing collateral and interactive media to deliver an immerse online Premium brand experience to Boags customers.View project gallery
The Boag's St George sub-site is inspired by the knight who is featured on the labels of Boag's beers since the company began. Interactive elements and games in this sub-site creates a brand experience that speaks of the virtues of St George and the Dragon such as courage, honour and fortitude.View project gallery
The revised www.boags.com.au Internet site created an engaging and vibrant reflection of what the company stands for. The new design reinforces the Core Master Brand Values of Tasmanian Quality whilst referencing the supporting values of Purity, Pride, Honesty and History. The existing information was revised to ensure the content fulfils both internal organisational and user requirements.
The Insite intranet provides an effective and valuable online service the promotes Hydro Tasmania as a unified organisation to all users. The keay feature of Insite is that ability for users to customise the look and feel of their Insite interface with a set of "skins" containing subtle themes – seasonal and environmental – that further enhance Hydro’s internal brand awareness. Users can also customise their menu bar and control number of key content panels.
The Hydro Tasmania corporate website is a contemporary and professional internet site reflecting Hydro’s values. It provides users with the message that Hydro is a caring and responsible corporate citizen with a continual focus on sustainable energy research and management, proactive conservation and community education, and quality innovation and the smart use of technology. The site positions Hydro Tasmania as a market leader and innovator whilst conveying a sense of history and linkage with the Tasmanian community.View project gallery
This site creates an online presence for the consulting arm of Hydro Tasmania. Further to this, the site helps to drive its market position as an innovative leader with the use of online technology that increases customer service and communication effectiveness. The site's graphical user interface is consistent and built upon Hydro Tasmania's brand values and associated key messages.View project gallery
The portal provides a broad base of potential users with a fast, efficient and easy to use means of learning about competing for government business. The user interface has been developed to service the broadest possible user base, following TGIPS guidelines and considering access and equity issues, taking particular care to service individuals with low literacy, low computer / Internet skills and those whose first language is not English.View project gallery
The Orb Technology presentation effectively challenges and engages the target audience, namely potential investors and financial advisors, to take up a call to action to participate in the exciting global technology sector with the safety of a capital guarantee. The solution fully addresses the objectives to provide a strong image of the Orb brand as a new and exciting investment opportunity backed by security, quality and professionalism.View project gallery
This innovative site has been developed with two versions, both Flash and non-Flash enabled. The flash site features immersive oceanic animations to assist users in learning about the office and their role in implementing Australia’s Ocean Policy. The non-Flash version of the site has been developed fully in line with Government and W3C Internet Publishing Standards.View project gallery
The redevelopment of the Salamanca Arts Centre (SAC) Internet site is based firmly upon the project objectives to actively promote the centre across all users and to provide them with easy access to information and in the future online ticketing. Integrated with Tickets.com, the online ticketing feature allows users to view performance options on offer, select items they wish to book and proceed to a simple check out facility where they can pay online via credit card.View project gallery
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