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GovMap wins AIIA i-award

I’m proud to announce that we have been awarded the Victorian State AIIA (Australian Information Industry Association) i-award in the ‘Data Insights Innovation of the Year’ category. The joint win between DELWP and our development partner, Dialog for is for GovMap, a Victorian government website providing information about government owned land in the State. Unfortunately […]

Movember 2014

I’m writing this somewhat after the fact (given that I’m already fully working on the 2015  version of the site) however this does provide an opportunity to reflect on last year and what turned out to be a very successful project for IE. 2014 was the year we got the Agile process much more fully […]

Nike E-Commerce

Client: Nike Australia Launch: August 2013 URL: This project started in late 2012, shortly after I finished up on Movember 2012, and to be honest, it was not my normal kind of project; essentially a job to replicate an existing website, in this case the US Nike e-commerce store, and build it on a different platform, Magento […]

Movember 2013

As I write this post we’re just two days off from November 1st and I’m struck again by the sheer energy that goes into making Movember happen – not just from the thousands of Mo Bros and Mosistas that take part, but the work we have been doing behind the scenes, for the last twelve […]

Movember 2012

Movember has a great concept, branding and execution and is fast become the global poster boy for the way modern charities must work if they want to attract huge, engaged audiences. Moving to Melbourne I was struck by how much the local fashion is reflected back in this Aussie icon, which seems to embody the […]

Crime & Punishment movie

A huge congratulations to Andrew O’Keefe, Tuuli Forward and Steve Jablonski for reaching their Pozible goal for their movie adaptation of Crime And Punishment. I’ve been helping them with the film’s website. – 2012 Campaign all set to mo..

We went live with the new website last week, after a heroic few months development and UAT. Since I started at IE I’ve been constantly amazed at just what a big site and operation Movember is. The campaign doubles in size each year with 2012 fully operational in about 20 countries and set to […]

Mo Bro

And following favourit I find myself back for a stint in agency-land, working for a company called IE Agency.. (the ‘IE’ I’m reliably informed stands for ‘Internet Experience’) project managing development for

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