We helped Queensland Social Enterprise Council (QSEC) launch their first website and directory in 2018, followed by their second website, directory and their online learning centre in 2020. QSEC experienced a 170% growth in web traffic immediately after we designed their new member and directory website. Their online learning centre and membership has continued to grow, and provides a space for knowledge leaders to contribute to social enterprises through free online courses.
We created a new brand look and feel based on the strengths of the previous; enabled and onboarded learners and course creators for the QSEC Online Learning Centre; and allowed for member interaction, promotion and support through the new QSEC website and membership portal. The work we did also enabled QSEC's operations to run more smoothly and with automations.
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We established a new website and digital portal which transformed bespoke resources into critical learning points for the whole of the membership to utilise.
CEO, Queensland Social Enterprise Council
From 2017: We helped Wavelength craft their message and run their fundraising campaign, successfully raising funds to then create their online course on LGBTIQ medical education for medical students and professionals.
In 2022: Wavelength is now at release 3.0 - and under the care of the Australian Medical Students Association (AMSA) and AMSA Queer. Further work together has included video editing, developing more accessibility in the website and videos, and course refinement.
“Social Good Outpost was instrumental in getting Wavelength up and running. Without their support, this project would have easily fizzled out after the initial pilot program. Their professionalism and willingness to go the extra mile has meant medical students across Australia have been able to access Wavelength and learn about LGBTIQ health. The feedback we have received for their work has been fantastic. I could not recommend Social Good Outpost enough!”
We worked with WWILD in Brisbane to bring their new podcast all about supporting women with intellectual learning disabilities to life.
This involved creating branding, designing a publication, creating custom illustrations of all the experts (women with intellectual disabilities) involved in the project, the creation of the website, and posters for support centres.
This work has enabled WWILD to bring And You Think You're the Expert? to life in a colourful, friendly, accessible and informative way. It has the potential to allow women with intellectual learning disabilities to be supported the way they need and want by services.
Social Good Outpost acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the First Australians and Traditional Custodians of the lands and waters where we live.
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