Arris designed the logo and identity system for the The ARC Industrial Transformation Research Hub. This identity is used across all materials, reports, staff apparel, presentations, academic poster presentations, banners, etc. Following this, the Centre required a website to promote and communicate research activities and facilitate collaboration. The website showcases research outcomes, publications, staff and […]
How does Keys2drive help make novice drivers safer? A report designed and prepared for print production. This document outlines how parents play a crucial and influential role in their children learning to drive. Their role is multi-layered and long-lasting and covers the learner (L-plate) phase, from the dangerous early years of solo driving through to […]
Black & White is the official match day program and magazine of Adelaide City FC. Arris design and layout what has been described as one of the best publications of its type in the league.
The brief for The Loan Inspector was to create branding that would be suitable for both the Loan Inspector and for the Inspector Group as a whole. This growing local business needed its own unique identity, while looking forward to ensure that future, business-wide branding would remain cohesive across the group.
Arris was asked to provide a graphic representation for the Adelaide Glycomics identity and oversaw the design and installation of window graphics for the new Adelaide Glycomics facility, including glass front door panels and banners for internal windows.
For the past 11 years Arris has worked with Treenet to design the branding for the annual Treenet National Street Tree Symposium. Each year we have prepared a graphic element to illustrate the theme and tone for the event. Our design takes in to consideration diverse applications such as lanyards, programs, certificates and proceedings books, through to signage, staging and video.
The Small Potato Farm guys wanted a logo that visually described their operation. “We’re the little guys, ” they said, “we still get out in the field ourselves. Our product is something we care about enough to be hands on. We’ve got dirt underneath our fingernails!”
Arris designed booth backdrop for the TechInSA/HealthInSA pavilion at BioFest 2016.
Strong branding for a new venture offering independent agronomy services for research and education. Arris designed the logo and associated branding, various printed materials and a website.
For the last 4 years, Arris has produced the annual report for Plant Cell Walls, a partnership with SA State Government and seven international institutions.