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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.

EC LR poster

Pitjantjatjara A4 LRjpg

Sign Low Res fileThis is a mock-up of one sign to be on a forest and discovery trail at the Tat Kuang Si Bear Rescue Centre, near Luang Prabang, Laos. The wording will be translated into Lao – and other languages.

Here is a whiteboard style animation for Aspen Medical, outlining their Corporate Social responsibility (CSR) programs. It is almost 5 minutes long – which is quite long to hold a casual viewer’s attention (the animation is aimed at new staff members).  The animation has also broken down into five ‘chapters’ for added versatility.


What happens if the ABS (Australian Bureau of Statistics) doesn’t have statistics for your town? Have you ceased to exist?

Read the id Blog to find out the answer, and more.

ABS forgets your town pic

.id is ‘a company of population experts – demographers, spatial analysts, urban planners, forecasters, census data and IT experts who build demographic information products for Australia & New Zealand‘.

From a cartoonist’s point of view, using ‘tailor made’ cartoons to highlight many of their blog posts, .id recognises the value of cartoon illustrations to catch the eye and give a fun take on quite serious information.