08
Aug


Projects

Adelaide Oval website

Sporting ovals are much more than circles of manicured lawn. Ovals fill with emotions, expectations, and shared success. The redevelopment of Adelaide Oval required a website befitting the new facility, reflecting the technological advancements and interpreting the new Adelaide Oval brand. Read more

07
Aug


Interactive, Mobile, Projects, User Experience

Arup Inspect app

Tablet technology is changing the way we learn, work, relax and play. As an innovative global building infrastructure and consulting firm, Arup saw an opportunity to adopt new tablet technology within their inspection and auditing services. Read more

07
Aug


News, Projects

Big issue of rider safety

Big things in Australia tend to take on a cult following. Whether it’s fruit, crustaceans or fish, a surprise in scale can amuse and delight us. To raise public awareness of cycling safety as well as give the Motor Accident Commission a memorable presence at the Tour Down Under Village in Adelaide’s Victoria Square, we created a 40 metre high inflatable fluro green bike. Read more

07
Aug


Branding, Digital Strategy, Projects

Depending on website UX

Incontinence is something most people don’t want to talk about. Going online offers pleasing anonymity, so ensuring incontinence sufferers can access free samples and gain product information is a priority when you’re Kimberly- Clark. Read more

07
Aug


News

Fusion expands to Sydney

Co-Founder John Chaplin has been based in Sydney for the last nine months. John is embracing the change and loving his new office at number 1 Kent Street, Sydney with our STW friends at Shift. We are all a bit jealous of his ferry ride to work. Read more

07
Aug


News

Fusion joins the STW Group

Fusion is now part owned by communications giant and listed public company STW Group. Read more

07
Aug


Interactive, Mobile, User Experience

Livable Housing Australia app

Making a house a home is all about how you live in it. With extensive guidelines outlining the key elements that make homes comfortable, safer and easier to use, Livable Housing Australia came to us with the need to make this key information available via mobile. Read more

07
Aug


Interactive, Mobile, Projects, User Experience

MIGA – Bluey Alarm app

Providing medical indemnity insurance to doctors, midwives, and medical students, MIGA wanted to bring to life a new addition to their brand, Bluey. They needed a useful app that works to demonstrate their tagline ‘Always on your side.” Read more

07
Aug


Interactive, Mobile, User Experience

People’s Choice Credit Union banking app

Asking questions and listening are elements of design that aid in developing an effective solution. We were engaged by People’s Choice Credit Union to develop a native mobile banking app that meets the expectations of their members. So we listened to those member expectations in detail. Read more

07
Aug


Interactive, Projects, User Experience

People’s Choice Credit Union online Loans

Applying for a personal loan online should be quick, easy, convenient, secure and accurate. We helped People’s Choice Credit Union turn around a cumbersome loan process. After a detailed auditing process of their loan business we designed and developed an online loan application app that fits within their regulatory protocols. Read more

07
Aug


Design & Branding, Projects

Smarter start at Torrens University Australia

It’s not every day you get to brand a new Australian university. We have been privileged to be involved with Torrens University Australia, the first new university to open in Australia for more than 20 years. Read more

07
Aug


News

The Contented Website

The challenge of managing content for your responsive website is now a step easier. Fusion has become an official EPiServer Content Management System Solution Partner. Read more

07
Aug


Interactive, Rundle Lantern, Technology, User Experience

The Rundle Lantern hears you

As designers of the Adelaide City Council Rundle Lantern it is rewarding to see the landmark evolve. In collaboration with the Adelaide City Council we have created Tweet the Lantern, built from an idea within the Rundle Lantern Strategy. A website and web service enable you to tweet specific hashtags that trigger displays on the Rundle Lantern’s 748 panels, enabling real-time public interaction. Read more