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Some of the illustrations for the World Vision Community Feedback and Response System Field Guide.

 

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Schematic illustrations from the paper Sami-state collaboration in the governance of cumulative effects assessment: a critical action research approach  (Larsen, Raitio, Stinnerbom, Wik-Karlsson) in Environmental Impact Assessment Review 64 (2017) 67-76. More about the indigenous Sami people here, and similarities with Australia’s indigenous peoples’ experience here.

A video for the City of Port Phillip, Victoria, encouraging the community to tell what is important to them in keeping their city great. The feedback helps guide the annual budget preparation and Council Plan. Read more here.

Voiceovers by Max McHenry and Ellie Parnell, music by Tom Kneebone.

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Butterfly in the Cocoon is a collection of six stories of domestic violence, a project of the Vietnamese Community in Australia (South Australian chapter). ‘The stories identify issues around gender stereotyping and the misuse of power and control in these families… Each of these women is like a butterfly in a cocoon, they are unique, beautiful and precious’.Cover design FINAL

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This is a short animation for the Adelaide City Council to show the benefits of the Placemaking approach.  At present,  local businesses seeking approval to put a structure on the footpath, in this example a planter box,  may need to present the proposal to up to seven departments at their local council. With the Placemaking approach the process would be simplified and is about empowering local businesses.

Guitar and sound effects by Tom Kneebone.

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For more information see Horse SA or Dung Beetle Solutions.

A whiteboard style animation for the Class Teaching website explaining the value of their eJournal for teachers and school leaders.

Rapid appraisal of emerging issues in the oil palm sector in Palawan Island (The Philippines): Environment, livelihoods and corporate accountability, was a scoping report produced by a collaboration between Palawan State University and the Stockholm Environment Institute. It aimed  ‘to feed the ‘rich picture’ that emerges from the preliminary results back to people in Palawan’.

As part of the feeding back the results these three diagrams were developed to be used in presentations. There was a lot of ‘rich picture’ to juggle onto each page.

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Two posters designed for the South Australian Electoral Commission to explain how to vote in the upcoming state election. The posters are designed for voters who are unfamiliar with how the process works or have limited English. Originally it was intended that the posters would work without any text however some words were necessary to help make the process clear. One of the posters has been adapted for remote communities where Electoral officials are flown or driven in, and it has been translated into the Pitjantjatjara language.

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