As an incredibly successful coaching and personal training business, Get Fit Tasmania required a way to highlight to potential clients the services they offer through the Get Tri Fit program.View live project
We're really pleased with the outcome of the Get Tri Fit video. We feel it's a great balance between highlighting the action down at Kingston Beach, combined with some great insight into what GFT offer.
The continually moving nature of the triathlon was a strong influence - instead of just still footage, we found that moving with the clients through the transitions really offers insight.
Upon completion, the video was provided to Get Fit Tasmania as both a full file for use on web/social media. We also re-configured a shorter clip in a format more suitable for use on Instagram to enable GFT to further promote the day and their services. Some screenshots of the video can be found below, as well as the final outcome.
We say, Jason is always great to work with and we thank him for his ongoing support and engagement of Domin8 Designs. We're excited to continue work with GFT with some more projects in the pipework.
Marking their anniversary and in the lead up to Brain Injury Awareness Week for 2017, BIAT required a contemporary, more relevant logo to assist them to continue to move forward.View project
Meet Alexander - a Tasmanian T36 para athlete who's representing the state in the 100m and 200m sprinter at the 2017 Australian Athletics Championships.View project
Back for the second year, we wanted to encapsulate all elements that participators and spectators experience as a part of the Devonport Triathlon.View project