News & events
Brisbane's new generation ferry terminals grew from the imaginations of a team passionate to find a better way to make critical transport infrastructure more flood resilient and allow travellers to better celebrate the river. The result: natural disaster resilience that allows operations to return shortly after flooding.
In September 2016, a once in 50-year storm damaged critical infrastructure in South Australia, causing a state-wide blackout. In response, Tesla deployed the world’s largest lithium-ion battery, the 100MW Hornsdale Power Reserve. This world-leading project was delivered in record time, providing grid stability and system security to all South Australians.
Queensland Government is on a journey to embed design practices at scale. Applying a human-centred design approach to developing a framework for building design capability resulted in a solution appropriate for and specific to the context of government, accommodating the diversity of roles, existing processes, culture and constraints.
Facett is the world’s first modular hearing aid. Co-designed with hearing aid users, it provides unparalleled ease of use, upgradability options and aesthetic appeal. Magnetic modules click easily into place, simplifying daily maintenance tasks and empowering people who have dexterity and visual impairments with independence.
Introduced to Australia in 2017, the JumpSeat is an innovation from the USA which has been very quickly recognised internationally for its unique function and form. The series features four adaptions of the JumpSeat, each of which provides a solution to the need for seating where space is limited.
Game of Awesome inspires students to write by stealth. Gameplay is truly fun, with content pitched perfectly to the kids' taste, thanks to our co-design practise. Stories are created using gross, random, ordinary, scary, and daring idea cards as prompts. Illustrations packed with colloquial NZ humour, make it uniquely “awesome”.