Late last year the Crime and Corruption Commission Queensland came to us to help them create a bespoke design for their Reconciliation Action Plan.
Again it's a great privilege to work with any organisation committed to providing a better future for our people through shared knowledge, respect and understanding. One of the standouts of what we wanted to capture throughout the design was how the Commission had engaged with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities through grass-roots conversations in communities to see, listen and understand issues facing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and communities, what they called 'The Listen Tour'.
This helped us visualize the development of the design with the 'The Listen Tour' as a starting point for the overall design. Once again using the brand palette of the organisation we embarked on the creation of a simple yet meaningful design for the Commission.
Importantly we wanted to show through a contemporary design the look and feel what the Commission was achieving through their Reconciliation Action Plan now and into the future. As a base we built a generic design element as stylize version of a topographic map which is symbolic of the diversity of our people and added elements which built upon the key principles of the the RAP of Relationships, Respect and Opportunities and the Commissions works.
Throughout the design process we had in the back of our minds the importance of 'Moving Forward Together' and this also became an important layer of the design construction. An important element that we place with all our design is a Indigenous ison which can be used through Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander collateral and become a recognisable brand. All our works are made with meaning and are inspired through contemporary and traditional elements. Find out more about the design here.