Social Enterprise | creative direction, visual identity, content design, video
Zero Waste Network, Sydney
Zero Waste Network Sydney launched on the 22nd November 2017 and their primary aim is to help residents, local governments and businesses change the way they manage waste, conserving resources and creating sustainable local jobs. Their ambition is to grow the reuse, repair and recycling economy, generating local jobs and diverting more materials from landfill.
Nook designed the logo and visual identity for Zero Waste Network Sydney.
This was then applied to the new Zero Waste Network Australia website (formerly Community Recycling Network Australia - CRNA).
We produced a launch video to showcase the value of the Network and encourage local government and recycling enterprises to join, as well as infographics to be used to promote their vision. Nook has been supporting the resource recovery social enterprises pro bono for over 6 years. You can find more about our advocacy and pro bono work here.
To find out more: https://www.zerowastenetwork.org.au/sydney
museum | content design, story development, Experience design, audience engagement
Australian National Maritime Museum, Warships
In January 2014 the ANMM ran a story, interpretation and design workshop for the three vessels Onslow, Vampire and Advance (which are currently located in the water outside the museum). The soon-to-be-built Warships Pavilion will be home to the stories of the three vessels and the Royal Australian Navy.
Mel was part of a small team comprised of; ANMM creative producer Hamish Palmer, the ANMM digital curation team Nicole Cama and Penny Edwell, games designer Mike Jones, documentary producer Ester Hardy, and artist Alan Chen (who live-sketched as we conjured, debated and created characters and stories to bring the ships to life).
In January 2015, Mel rejoined Hamish and a new ANMM team and group of experience designers and makers to craft stories, design and interpretation for the Vampire.