We believe in adopting a human-centred design approach to innovation using a range of processes, including design sprints, to help our clients find answers to challenging problems. They help develop new ideas, gain insights from people and answer critical questions.

Overview

By thinking through these broader questions, we can improve the brand experience and session-by-session interaction while building lifetime customer and brand value. When it comes to bringing these new products and services to market, we will work with you to help define the roadmap, design the experience, and establish technology solutions for both the short-term advantage as well as long-term success.

Results & Outcomes
  • Launched symposium with Museum of Freedom and Tolerance gathering over 200+ local and international guests and speakers
  • Trained dozens of interfaith leaders in United Nations program to build their resilience in leading social media campaigns
  • Designed a handbook for resilient homes in Fiji with Habitat for Humanity after their community lost 30K homes to a natural disaster
(05) / Our Experience Services

We develop new products, services and ventures, from launching events to designing learning programs.

Featured Work

Making stories of race and religion visible

Designing an end-to-end symposium for Australia's first human rights museum in partnership with the WA Museum and Maritime Museum.

Building Australia's first human rights museum without walls

Designing a two-day design challenge to gather insights, build a repository of content, and find community ambassadors.

Unleashing a festival of possibilities

We rebranded a social impact festival celebrating worthy initiatives and create a toolkit for community members to use to self-organise.

DrawHistory's approach to Experience

We’ll kick off our work together by defining the problem at hand, building a shared vision for success, and collaborating to create ambitious ideas for our roadmap forward.

To make sure that we end up with the best experience, we’ll facilitate collaborative workshops to generate a vast range of imaginative ideas and vote on the best ones to take forward.

We’ll develop a clear strategy for your experience, starting with key moments and activations and followed by building out a clear marketing plan and narrative in service of those moments.

With an established event or program in place, we’ll maintain momentum of your experience by ensuring that everything proceeds smoothly, ideating future changes, and more.

Perspectives from DrawHistory HQ

The moment for new thinking is now and needed.

Catalyzing philanthropy with Europe's largest co-living space

Work The Collective Foundation

Designing an identity and digital experience for the philanthropic venture of one of the world's largest co-living spaces.

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The People v. Profit: Why B Corps are bringing businesses together

Insights Jeffrey Effendi

We reflect on what it means to be a Certified Benefit Corporation and the cultural trends taking shape in business.

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The guide to impactful storytelling for nonprofits

Insights Jeffrey Effendi

A guide to help nonprofits, particularly legal assistance services, become better storytellers and more effective organisations.

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Designing a leading database for people with disabilities

Work Indigo

Redesigning Australia's largest equipment database for assistive technology with over 10,000+ products.

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Making stories of race and religion visible

Work Museum of Freedom and Tolerance

Designing an end-to-end symposium for Australia's first human rights museum in partnership with the WA Museum and Maritime Museum.

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Inside dynamic brands: 5 ways to design dynamism

Insights Jeffrey Effendi

Dynamic brands have emerged in recent years. We take a deep dive on their relevance for the everyday brand.

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