Graphic Design, Web Development, Photography & Hosting
Kinchela Boys Home Aboriginal Corporation (KBHAC) aim to assist Kinchela men, their families and communities recover their identity, dignity and well-being. They approached us with the brief to design business cards. We needed to design a business card that spoke directly to the Kinchela men and their close surrounding communities.
St Michael’s Family Centre is a not-for-profit organisation based in Baulkham Hills. A key part of the centre’s fundraising efforts is the Colour My World 2012 calendar, featuring artwork from Melbourne design studio Printspace. St Micheal’s Family Centre asked us to design both the calendar and the corresponding landing page, based on the themed artwork by Printspace.
At Red Ant Media we understand that professional design services can be very expensive for community groups, charities, not-for-profits and organisations that rely on donations and public funding.
If you are a registered not-for-profit organisation, Red Ant Media offers significant savings on our professional graphic design and web development services as well as discounts on for any additional work or materials from our suppliers involved with the project.
Not-for-profit organisations often suffer when it comes to getting quality design work, due to the prohibitive expenses.
At Red Ant Media, we’re committed to supporting our local community, charities and the not-for-profit sector.
Grow your business with graphic design!
With all the inexpensive software available on the market today for making your own presentations, documents and websites, people often ask the question “why should I hire a graphic designer?”
The Australian Network on Disability (AND) is a not-for-profit organisation resourced by its members to advance the inclusion of people with disability in all aspects of business.
They approached us with the brief to re-design their booklet “The Managers’ Guide: Disability in the Workplace” and provide them with an html version, so that the guide can be accessed by a broader spectrum.
The online version of the booklet was to be used in the internal intranet, of companies and corporations on a national scope.
We had to provide the highest accessibility standards, providing a straight forward navigation system and colour scheme for each chapter, as the guide would be accessed by people with and without disabilities.