Life changing web & graphic design.

a women-led design agency empowering clients & community.

Tell us about your project

We create websites, graphic design and brand strategy.

Using a human-centred approach to design, we tell your stories in interesting ways that resonate with your customers, clients or community.

Our design starts with ideas and strategy, through to launch and ongoing care. Our way of working is collaborative and based on practical ways of achieving your goals.



Ace team of branding and design specialists


Long-term, sustainable design solutions


Small agency providing affordable design


Human centred design approach

Why are we life-changing?

For every 10 hours of full-cost design we provide, we sponsor 1 hour of design support to emerging community and women-lead organisations.

We do this because we believe that doing business + helping the community go hand-in-hand, and that increasing women’s empowerment and economic well-being helps everyone.

We’re driven to pioneer a different way of providing businesses and organisations with the design services they need. We also want to help business increase their corporate social responsibility and connection with the community. It’s good for everyone!

Good branding & design connects you to customers.

How good do you look?

We offer free appraisals of your online presence. Where are you showing up, and is it accurately reflecting your organisation?

Design is one of the most important aspects of any organisation, large or small, for-profit or for-purpose.

Builds strong customer/audience trust

Good design increases your reputation, credibility and trust.

Increases profitability

by up to 200% according to one study of the FTSE 100.

Sets you apart

allowing you to compete against others for customers, clients or funding.

Makes you look good!

Humans form initial opinions in a matter of seconds. Great design allows you to make the best first impression.

How good do you look?

We offer free appraisals of your online presence. Where are you showing up, and is it accurately reflecting your organisation?

Proudly designed in Australia,

our services make you look good and feel great.

Branding & Logo

Your brand is your most important asset. We help you:

  • Refine your purpose & aims with a workshop
  • Discover your brand personality & values
  • Create your logo
  • Develop your style guide and supporting colours and fonts

Usual price guide: $880 – 3500

Web Design

Your most important presence online.

  • Online shops & e-commerce
  • Landing pages
  • Simple websites
  • Complex websites

Usual price guide: $2200 – 8800


Turn your data into something powerful and engaging!

  • Measure your social impact
  • Turn your research into an interesting graphic or poster
  • Engage customers or funders in your business model or approach

Price varies by requirements; from $450

Graphic Design & Supporting Materials

Using specialists we provide:

  • Videography
  • Social media strategy and graphics
  • Print media and graphic design such as business cards, flyers, banners
  • Design and sourcing for specialty print (foil, letterpress, etc)

Price varies by requirements

Reports & Publications

We can design your:

  • Social Impact Reports
  • Articles and publications
  • Templates for Word, PowerPoint, etc.

Make your yearly summaries enjoyable to read!

On-Going Maintenance

We can work with you weekly or monthly to:

  • Update your website contents and plugins for smooth running and regular posting
  • Do Search Engine Optimisation to help you be found more and gain more clients, customers or funders
  • Create and send regular newsletters on your behalf
  • And more!

Price ranges from $88 a month

We believe in empowering & collaborative design approaches.

Our clients have been Social Change Fellows, Australian of the Year finalists, youth entrepreneurs, federal and state government, researchers, small businesses and non-profits.

Some of our clients include:

Australia now

Working with the Australian federal Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade, we are currently designing and curating a youth entrepreneurs and leaders speaker series through the ASEAN Southeast Asian region for 2019-2020.

Our work includes program curation as well as design of promotional materials, event guides, and more.

Read more about our design & curation >

Global Sisters

We created and delivered a series of branding & design workshops, providing specialised design help and hands-on learning and direct assistance in the areas of graphic and web design, branding and social media, to women who are part of the Global Sisters program.

Our work included workshop creation and facilitation, plus one-on-one design help on websites, branding and social media.

Read our impact report & learn about the workshops >

Brumby Week 2019

“We had our website and all of our marketing materials designed by Social Good Outpost for the past three years and we absolutely love their work. Our website has allowed us to reach international audiences, sell thousands of dollars worth of stock, and hit national screens. Thank you for your professionalism and care with our project.”

Read our case study of the design and watch ABC coverage >

Yuludarla Karulbo

A Foundation for Young Australians Young Social Pioneer winner of 2017, Yuludarla Karulbo had their website created with us so they can provide education to schools and businesses, and help Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians walk the path of reconciliation together.

Read our case study of this unique Australian design project >

Our founding team

Designers, creators and social enterprise experts

Lara Stephenson

Lara Stephenson

Co-Founder and Creative Director

Empathetic Communication
Currently Learning: Community-building
Qualifications: Bachelor of Creative Industries (Communication Design), Certificate IV in Small Business Management

Lara is a feminist designer and entrepreneur, who works with digital technologies to give businesses and organisations strong and authentic identities. She uses art and design to help tell stories and make connections.

She was one of three finalists for LGBT Role Model of the Year 2017 in the Established Professional category given by Out for Australia. She recently completed a Fellowship with Code for Australia.

Lara believes in working with those creating change in our communities that supports social wellbeing and including people who have not had societal power. She believes that deliberate design can make change happen.

Elise  Stephenson

Elise Stephenson

Co-Founder and Director of Social Impact

Currently Learning: Scaling social impact, festival curation

Qualifications: Bachelor of Asian & International Studies, Bachelor of Communications, Bachelor of Government & International Relations Honours (I), Design Thinking course

Elise is a creator, characterised by her love of hands-on projects and atypical projects. She has a passion for empowering women and driving change through social enterprise and has been at the forefront of many ‘first of their kind’ initiatives across Australia and Asia. Elise pushes the boundaries of ‘design’, bringing a lot of interesting festivals and events to Social Good Outpost’s work, and is currently undertaking her PhD on the subject of women’s leadership – proving you can do too much at once.

Elise’s work has led her to multiple awards, including being awarded a United Nations Australia Association Community Award and recognised as a ‘Young Woman to Watch’ in international affairs. She continues to bring her strength in communication and leadership, practical foresight, and ability to be empathetic and connect with others to help bring meaningful design to projects that are making the most social impact across Australia.

We also work with a team of talented associates who are specialists in videography, photography, animation, social enterprise, design and other supporting disciplines.

Jack Hayes

Jack Hayes

Communications Associate

Currently Learning: Professional development in minority groups, sustainable governance

Qualifications: Bachelor of Communications Honours (I)

Jack is a communications graduate and expert spinner of yarns from Griffith University. His focus on how people communicate has led to an appreciation and respect for the power of words, particularly in their ability to either encourage or disrupt social cohesion. Majoring in political and intercultural communication, Jack’s travels during university – to countries like Malaysia, Turkey, Morocco and China – has only furthered his love of communication across cultures and communities. 

During Australia’s marriage equality postal vote of 2017, Jack conducted foundational research into queer political representation in local, state and federal government. This research was collated into an Honours thesis, “Politics and Queer Identity: A Qualitative Study of Queer Politicians in Australia.” In the future, Jack hopes to continue his research into queer representation in politics, but for now, he is our resident storyteller who helps us, and our clients, communicate their stories and impact!

Amy Griffin

Amy Griffin

Communication Intern

Currently Learning: Sustainable business, editorial coordination, interconnective working

Qualifications: currently completing a Bachelor of Journalism

Amy is in her final year at university, studying a Bachelor of Journalism
minoring in literary studies and Islam-West relations. She has a focused mind and creative soul and is passionate about sustainable community projects. While still finding her path, Amy hopes to one day work for a thriving media organisation who promote community values and create positive social impact.

Amy’s university career has seen her travel to different countries both to study and volunteer. She enjoys engaging with new cultures and learning from them lessons which Australia can’t teach her. She brings energy, fun, passion and drive to every aspect of her life – qualities which are reflected in her work. A true problem solver, she believes there is an answer to every question, if only you dare to ask.

Let’s Work Together!

We’ll help you be even more proud of the work you do.

We can meet for a cuppa and a chat in our HQ cities Brisbane and Sydney and often go on the road around regional Australia.

We work with clients all over Australian and Southeast Asia, meeting and working online. 

Reach out to Social Good Outpost