Case Study

Yuludarla Karulbo

Website for an Indigenous education and reconciliation social enterprise in Australia

Intro

Making a site where schools and businesses can connect with Indigenous knowledge

Yuludarla Karulbo (“dreaming together for a brighter future”) is a social enterprise that provides reconciliation action plans, education, play and knowledge to schools and businesses in Australia. It is Indigenous-owned and operated and provides opportunities for young Indigenous people around Australia to provide training and to connect with each other.

Yuludarla Karulbo was a winner of the Young Social Pioneer award in 2017 by the Foundation for Young Australians, and chose us to help create a website to support their growing work.

Our design is helping Yuludarla Karulbo provide workshops, cultural education and reconciliation action plans to Australian schools and businesses.

Details

Creating community connection through cultural workshops

Client

Yuludarla Karulbo

Year

2018

Designer

Lara

Communities

Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians, Schools, Businesses

Praise

“Thank you so much! The website looks even better than I expected!”

Lisa, Yuludarla Karulbo

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