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{May 2015}

New Hub Projects

We're excited to announce some of our latest clients and projects we've been working on including Torres Strait Island Art Community, Landgate, Bannister Downs and Conexio.

A creative Annual Report for YouthCARE

The Hub has designed the Annual Report for YouthCARE. YouthCARE supports WA school communities by providing social, emotional, mental health and spiritual support. 

Felicity Bond, PR and Events Coordinator from YouthCARE said, "The Hub team was asked to help YouthCARE design and deliver a new and improved Annual Report. The modern, creative and user friendly Annual Report looks great and there has been an overwhelming amount of positive feedback about the new style."

Can Google find you? Is your website responsive?

On 21 April 2015, Google launched its mobile-friendly algorithm 'Mobilegeddon' update worldwide, which is estimated to affect a large percentage of mobile search queries. The update will separate mobile searches from Desktop searches - prioritising mobile friendly sites. This means, websites that are not mobile friendly will possibly rank lower when the search is performed on a mobile device.

A new logo for The Human HeRd

The Hub recently designed a new logo for The Human HeRd. We worked with Managing Director, David Endersby, to create the new logo and here's what David had to say about the new branding. "The new concept and style for our logo is a fantastic reflection of our business today, we are really excited by the standard of work that the Hubster's have created and delivered for us; simply superb!" David said.

Celebrating WA Small Business Day!

The inaugural Small Business Day, which happened on Saturday 11 July 2015, is the start of a state-wide movement - working to raise the profile and increase awareness of the small business sector in Western Australia. This 'Think Small First' initiative celebrates and recognises the entrepreneurial spirit and contribution that small business makes to the WA economy and local community.

Revealed 2015 - Unique Aboriginal Art displayed in Perth!

Revealed is an exhibition, marketplace, symposium and professional development program, linking emerging Aboriginal artists and art centres from across WA with audiences and opportunities in Perth. The Hub was excited for the opportunity to plan and design all the creative marketing materials for Revealed 2015 to make sure emerging Aboriginal artists gain a wide exposure to the public. Nicolle Jenkins, the official Media Spokesperson said, 'We wanted to promote these amazing artists to the people of Perth to share the fascinating story and community that these artists have to share." The campaign reached a wide audience, generating exposure across various digital and traditional media channels, including newspapers, online event listings and social media.

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