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A collaborative service design project aimed to increase foot traffic and sales by working with the client (Salvation Army).
This project involved ethnographic research into the company's current stakeholders and marketing strategies, and used their existing brand to design a new campaign featuring appealing mockups and branding.
ChowPress Logo Design
Logo design for an online order plugin for restaurant websites
Chargrill Case Study
Overall 51% increase in overall traffic in 15 days organically.
Overall 36.5% increase in search traffic in 15 days organically.
Increased the total number of relevant searches focusing on the industry and the brand!
Increased the total customer actions from 492 to 580 in a fortnight organically, which is the hardest metric to achieve.
BOLLYWOOD RESTAURANT Case Study
Initial Total Searches
Total Views: 24.3k
Total Searches: 14.2k
Map Views: 21.6k
Search Views: 2.7k
Website Traffic: 436
May Results 1 Month After Beginning Work
Total Views: 46.3k
Total Searches: 28.1k
Map Views: 34.9k +50%
Search Views: 11.4k +113%
Website Traffic: 850
June Total Searches
The Results 2 Months From Beginning Work
Total Views: 62.8k
Total Searches: 40.4k
Map Views: 47.2k +37%
Search Views: 15.5k +37%
Website Traffic: 858
INFORMATION & SERVICE DESIGN Case Study
Researching Service Design
We aimed to allow new connections to be made through this event for all students – graduating, future and current. They were given the networking opportunity to make connections with lecturers, staff and potential employers. It was important to have this aim as a focus as not only can students be proud of their work, but they can gain also industry knowledge and opportunity through the event as well.
The idea behind the name ‘What’s in Store’ has a triple meaning,
the first being a general question asking the reader, “What is in
store for this showcase?”, This is directed to the general public and
creates an ambiguity about the event which peaks their curiosity
and intrigues the reader to attend to find out more.
The second meaning is directed to students: the current students
and the future students, showcasing what Murdoch degrees have
to offer and what work they will achieve in the upcoming years –
“What’s in Store?” for them as students.