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Graphic design, advertising, brand/branding, multimedia, websites including web design and development, exhibitions, media solutions. Wellington, New Zealand
Base Two designed E-Tu-Ake: Standing Strong and Tino Rangatiratanga (the ability to choose one’s own destiny) lies at its heart. This website supported an exhibition in which ancestral Māori treasures from Aotearoa were on display many for the first time.
Base Two designed and created this website for local Wellington based writer Maggie Rainey-Smith. The concept was the writer's desk. Base Two designed and created all the 3D objects, none are real, thus creating Maggies digital desk. This reflects her physical writing space and the many concepts she wants to share with her audience.
This project for the Department of Engineering of Victoria University was to create a counter culture space for engineers in the lower North Island. A place for potential engineers to learn, communicate and see what courses are available to them. This is part of a much larger campaign that was successfully created by Base Two.
Base Two was tasked with creating the website and advertising for the show.
The key component was developing a working information architecture that would allow visitors to view this massive online collections of stunning images.
The website allowed the user to glimpse Brake throughout his lifetimes development and view the results of his world travels.
Working closely with Lift Education and the NZ Fire Service, Base Two created this fully interactive online Volunteer Recuitment Manual as stage one of this on going project to digitise the whole of the NZ Fire Services manuals and put them online to allow firefighters the ability to access this information any time and anywhere.