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About Domin8 Designs

Learn more about Domin8 Designs and how we got started delivering high quality website design to Tasmanian businesses.

About Domin8 Designs

Our Journey

Domin8 Designs was founded by Dominic Anastasio, as a way to address some of the online problems faced by small businesses and organisations in Tasmania.

We understand that not everyone has the time or knowledge to produce a high quality website. In 2014 we established Domin8 Designs as a response to this.

We saw an opportunity to use our passion for design to assist these businesses and individuals. Through our skills and creativity we meet the online goals and needs of each client. We enable those who would otherwise miss out to have a quality, up to date website at an affordable cost.

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Our Core Values

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Meet the goals of the client

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Keep the process simple

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Enable website visitors to achieve their goals

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Treat every project, and outcome, as unique

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Exceed expectations

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Let the quality speak for itself

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Have fun and let our personalities resonate in our work

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Stay true to what we believe in

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About Dominic

Domin8 Designs is owned and operated by Dominic Anastasio.

Dominic graduated with a Bachelor of Environmental Design (2012, UTAS) and Master of Architecture (2014, UTAS).

Beyond website design and videography Dominic has interests in sport, photography and is a keen middle distance track athlete.

What's on the blog?

New directions for Domin8 Designs

After some consultation, we've changed the direction of our website designs to better promote our services and make it easier for potential clients.

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We launched an online store

We've had an eCommerce itch for a while - finally scratching it and starting an online store!

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How well designed are Tasmanian business websites?

We analysed the websites of a handful of small business in Tasmania to see how they stacked up across good design metrics.

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