Kelsey Brookes

Kelsey Brookes

Ex opera singer turned messaging consultant, I position clients through evocative content, craft their user's journey in code and make sure all our technical ducks are in a row.

Short answer: If your Google Analytics browser stats shows predominantly mobile traffic, yes

Tuesday, 24 March 2015 12:24

Caring For People

Founded by Sam and Kate Cawthorn, Caring for People is an australian based charity committed to empowering, educating and assisting small communities throughout India.
An inspired not-for-profit operation, Caring for People needed an engaging brand look and feel (that didn’t break the bank) that was inviting and informative, reflecting the hands on authenticity and hope it inspires. The project showcases Caring for People’s impact and ultimately helps people get on board to assist both locally and internationally.

Tuesday, 24 March 2015 10:01

Colin James

Colin is an unassuming powerhouse of talent. A speaker of enormous presence and rare dynamism, his presentations are punctuated with his signature comedic drawings and backed up by solid research. His brand reflects his affinity with the pen - both in his incredible skill with words and his artistic ability - while still appealing to his predominantly corporate audience.

Monday, 23 March 2015 16:09

Michael McQueen

One of the world’s few true gentlemen and genuine nice guy, Michael McQueen is an incisive speaker, author and business consultant. Michael’s brand needed to encompass his unwavering commitment to integrity and quality in all things, his powerful content and understated persona.

Monday, 23 March 2015 14:34


Histography came to us as a repositioning of an existing web project. The brainchild of Michael McQueen, our work on the Histography site and its products needed to reflect the evolution of the business and the changing demographic of its core audience. Our brief was to create a more contemporary and vibrant look and feel that continued to evoke feelings of nostalgia in its viewers.

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