28 March 2012
Following up their successes in 2010 and 2011, Doppio has once again been recognised at the 2012 REBRAND 100® Global Awards with a distinction for their work on the Media Access Australia brand.
Doppio’s rebrand of Media Access Australia was a strategic response to a significant business shift, which required a clearly articulated purpose in order to attract further funding from a wider audience.
“MAA has evolved and taken
6 February 2012
What do you think of when you hear the words humanity, impartiality, neutrality, independence, voluntary service, unity and universality?
To the Australian Red Cross, these are the Fundamental Principles guiding all activities. However, to internal staff and volunteers – the meaning was less clear.
By placing these powerful concepts into a real life context, incredible stories started to come to life.
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6 February 2012
The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement is made up of 186 National Societies — including the Australian Red Cross — and has more than 100 million volunteers worldwide.
All volunteers, members and staff are guided by the Fundamental Principles of humanity, impartiality, neutrality, independence, voluntary service, unity and universality – which guide all of the Movements’ activities.
These principles, while
31 October 2011
Many people with disabilities — including blindness, deafness, mobility and learning disabilities — are excluded from mainstream audiovisual media. This exclusion is proven to have profound effects on educational outcomes, workforce participation and social inclusion.
A relatively young company, Media Access Australia (MAA) began life in 1982 as the Australian Captioning Centre. After a period of rapid growth, MAA evolved into Australia’s only independent not-for-profit organisation devoted to increasing access to media for people with disabilities. MAA had ambitious plans in the area of access; however, their brand didn’t provide a strong platform to realise these goals.
17 May 2011
Officially launched at Cannes Film Festival this week, Optimism is an Australian and UK collaborative production company.
25 March 2011
Australia’s only independent non-profit media access organisation, Media Access Australia, has launched a new accessible website designed by Doppio. Showcasing innovative design and the latest web technologies, the site meets international standards of web accessibility so people with a wide range of disabilities can effectively use the site.
Doppio designed the site as part of a larger rebranding project for Media Access Austra
4 March 2011
The Davidson Whaling Station Historic Site (DWSHS), located on the shores of the Kiah Inlet at Twofold Bay on the south coast of NSW, is a hidden gem.
Close to the port town of Eden, DWSHS was the longest-operating shore-based whaling station in Australia and the last of its type to close down. The site itself is located in a remote region that is not highly accessible, and with amazing views of Twofold Bay—through Kiah inlet to
14 February 2011
The blogosphere has been buzzing over the conspicuous and astonishing theft of Landor’s City of Melbourne mark for Shenzhen’s Fantasia MIC Plaza.
Popping up on Chinese design site AD110.com in mid Janurary, the two identities are shown side-by-side to properly showcase their similarities. And by similar – I mean they are entirely and perfectly identical.
It is unclear which side of the opinion fence AD110 fall