Case Study

Working Women's Centre SA

A hub for women to come for support to the WWC South Australia.

Intro

Assisting women needing workplace help, support & advice in South Australia

The Working Women’s Centre South Australia provides information and assistance on topics including:
Dismissal, Parental leave, Domestic violence & work, Work injuries, Discrimination, Employment contracts, Wages, Union Membership, Sexual Harassment, Bullying, Redundancy, Rights at work and more.

We helped the Working Women’s Centre SA with a brand refresh and redesign at the same time, moving from their old colours of early-web-era purple and green to a more current and muted purple-green combination, and also created a new vector version of their logo so they can use it again for other purposes and sizes.

From here we created a website that puts to the front and centre, a way for women and other people to connect with WWCSA by email, so that they can get a call back for support. The website also holds resources and further information on the DV at work programs and education. 

 

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Details

Creating a website and rebranding for current audiences

Client

Working Women’s Centre South Australia

Year

2017

Designers

Lara and Elise

Communities

Women, Workplaces

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