Smart Blocks, launched this week by Clover Moore, Lord Mayor of Sydney, helps people tune up their building by helping them save energy in the common areas of their apartment block. It is aimed at strata managers and apartment owners and provides information, templates, guidance and clever tracking tools to help those who want to [...]
We’re stoked to announce that the online extension of the Compost Revolution is now available to all councils throughout Australia. A collaboration between Digital Eskimo and Randwick, Waverley and Woollahra councils, the project allows residents to learn about composting and worm farming in the comfort of their own home. The online approach means people who wouldn’t [...]
“Tell me Something i Don’t Know” summed up an attitude that prevails in society from people who are tired of the repetitive and often superficial messages they receive from the media. It was this and other research-driven insights that led Digital Eskimo to develop the strategy that underpins a radical departure in the way the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) is promoting the understanding of human rights issues in the public discourse.
Do Gooder is an online platform that makes it easy for anyone to campaign on the issues that matter most to them. With it you can create powerful and customisable campaign websites in minutes instead of weeks or months.
Water Worx – an Australian first for the Powerhouse Museum – is an iPad game designed to teach kids of all ages about the complex task of managing Sydney’s water system.
We were approached to help breathe new life into the UTS Newsroom – a communications pipeline that enables access to timely and topical news from across the UTS, for media and other interested parties inside and outside the University.
The two year campaign against the unpopular WorkChoices legislation – which ultimately brought down a government – was underpinned by our highly successful campaign site and supporting creative and strategic consulting.