The Brain Injury Assist website had to retain the wider branding of the project that stemmed from the graphic design and brochure elements, in order to create a consistent look and feel. The Brainlink team also needed a platform that was easy to access and update information from their end.
The Brain Injury Assist website launch alongside the wider project in late 2019.
Along with the graphic design elements and videograby by Domin8 Media, the launch from Brainlink and BIAT was a success - complimented from both people with an acquired brain injury as well as the wider community.
The website was developed by Domin8 Designs, who then worked in conjunction with Brainlink staff to input content and ensure a consistent look and feel was achieved.
The website continues to act as the hub for a next level of information on each of the topics, and while the project is over, there is intent to further develop the online resources and capability.
The BIAT website redeveloped to reflect the new logo and branding, launched as a part of Brain Injury Awareness Week in 2017.View project
The Tassie Athlete is a new venture by Dominic that captures, collates and shares insight from sports people in Tasmania.View project
Sarah from 1000 Hearts wanted a simple website that enabled the project to take the next step in it's journey.View project