Identity & Logo

Empowering workers through positive action Product Action Incorporated   The brief Product Action is an Australian Disability Enterprise and employs people with intellectual disabilities. They provide support, mentoring and training for their employees, who...

Triple the impact for local textile artist Threefold Designs   The problem Textile artist Michelle Driver came to Flux looking to refresh the branding of her existing small business, Threefold Designs. Michelle already had...

Keeping safe with all the pieces of the puzzle Central Queensland University   The brief Central Queensland University asked us to create a visual infographic for an awareness campaign around emotional preparedness for natural...

Branding for a new breed of dog groomer Short Bark 'n' Sides   The problem Short Bark 'n' Sides is a growing pet grooming service in Adelaide, with ambitions of becoming a national franchise....

Identity redesign Gawler East Primary School   The problem Gawler East Primary School engaged Flux to redesign their school identity. The old school identity system was fragmented and inconsistent, resulting in a loss of brand...

Active Ageing Strategy City of Unley   The brief The City of Unley asked us to develop an identity system and publication design for their Active Ageing Strategy—a celebration of ageing, and a guide to...

Double Shot Unley Coffee Fiesta City of Unley In October 2014 this project won a Gold Medal in the communication category at the Design Institute of Australia's SA awards night. The problem The marketing team...

Ride for Pain is an event dedicated to increasing public awareness around chronic pain. Flux was invited to give the Ride for Pain event a strong new identity....

Identity system and invitations for the National Association for Women in Construction's prestigious annual awards event in Adelaide, South Australia...

Oil Kills This graphic is designed to quickly communicate the relationship between oil consumption and human suffering. The image of a hand gun and the use of the colour red represents...