May 2020

Go Card

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The Problem
A majority of the Lamb team use Brisbane's public transport system. We wanted to create a vision that eliminated some of the frustrations we have had using the system on a day to day basis.

Our Solution
  • Increased design sophistication
  • Decreased information density for clarity
  • Larger text for readability
  • Improved visual structure for scanability
April 2020

Federal Government Situation Dashboard

The Problem
We created a vision for a better Federal Government resource to track and inform Australians about COVID-19. We created a vision for a better Federal Government resource to track and inform Australians about COVID-19

Our Solution
  • We created a vision for a better Federal
  • Government resource to track and inform Australians
  • We created a vision for a better Federal
  • Government resource to track and inform
March 2020

COVID Business Brainstorming Hub

The Problem
We saw that a lot of businesses were offering their in-kind support to provide advice and assistance to those that were struggling as a result of COVID-19.

Our Solution

  • A global COVID braingstorming hub
  • Searchable by location, capability
  • Stripped down aesthetic to focus on utility
February 2020

A better COVID App

The Problem
The Federal Government COVID mobile application was launched to compliment the governments existing communication platforms.

Our Solution

  • We thought it could consolidate the information a little better.
  • Improved visualisations
  • Clearer CTA to register
  • Responsive graphical elements

January 2020

City Cycle

The Problem
City Cycle is Brisbane's bike sharing service. It competes against the more technically savvier Lime Scooter. We wanted to see whether we could bridge the gap.

Read: Who does it better? Lime vs City Cycle

Our Solution

  • Responsive mobile design (live website not)
  • Sharper focus on value proposition and differentiation
  • Better use of brand attitubes
  • Simplified and clearer calls to action