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
7 March 2012
Sometimes it really helps to step back from what you’re working on to have a look at the bigger picture.
This is particularly helpful, when what you need to step back from is 20 metres of large scale wall graphics!
This week at Doppio, we are practicing the art of storytelling. In this particular tale, the protagonists are the Lemurs in residence at Taronga Zoo; and the setting is the soon to be constructed Lemur Forest Ad
16 March 2011
At Doppio, we like to inspire confidence during difficult times. We know that Annual Reports are far more than just ink on paper and numbers on a screen. So, ask not what you can do for your Annual Report, but what your annual report can do for you…
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
23 February 2011
It’s no secret that our global wildlife community is under increasing pressure due to factors such as climate change, deforestation and general habitat degradation.
As a point of reference, our current rate of species loss is far worse now than it was 65 million years ago – at the time of the extinction of the dinosaurs.
Fortunately though, it is not too late to act.
Taronga’s Conservation Society (Taronga) are p
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