Last night, Head to Health, the Australian digital mental health gateway, won Best in Class at the Australian Good Design Awards.
We often think about our mark on the world through a measure of our accomplishments. We hope our
deeds and ambitions will leave a profound, positive change on the places and people we leave behind.
In the closing days of the BRISBANE ART DESIGN (BAD) Festival I had the privilege of talking to an audience of local creatives as part of the CreativeMornings talk series. CreativeMornings unites cities around the world each month by providing a platform for creatives to share ideas around a central theme. For this month, we had the opportunity to occupy the Museum of Brisbane’s vibrant Dome Lounge as part of the festival’s BADideas program.
BRISBANE ART DESIGN (BAD) 2019 officially kicks off from 10 May! The 17-day festival will showcase work from 150+ artists across 25+ locations. With Museum of Brisbane as the official BAD hub, the festival will spread across venues throughout the CBD, West End, Fortitude Valley, Highgate Hill, South Brisbane, Woolloongabba and Bowen Hills.
These days, starting a new job is as much about finding the right cultural fit as it is about the right work and the right pay. We spend so much of our time at work that we want to ensure that we land somewhere that not only aligns with our values – but also values its people.