The Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) cares for and protects NSW’s environment and heritage sites. This includes the natural environment, Aboriginal country, culture and heritage and built heritage.
They have teamed with Macquarie University to create a Biodiversity Research Node. They wanted to make the Biodiversity Research Node accessible to the public with infographics, but weren’t sure how to do it effectively. They had collated 35 research projects findings, and wanted to showcase these in one location on their website. But the research was very extensive and dense. The viewers would have a hard time trying to navigate through the research. Fortunately, The OEH discovered Persuaders and loved their expertise in infographics. Together, they designed a website page that is accessible, easy to navigate and comprehensible.
Custom icons created
Responsive microsite versions
Persuaders created a website design that is adaptable to desktop, mobile and tablet. The suite of illustrations were distinctive and appealing. OEH admired the graphics and display them with pride in their office space. They were also very appreciative of how we were able to filter through the resources and organise it in a way that is easy to comprehend.
Overall, the Persuaders’ team went above and beyond to meet all of OEH’s goals and expectations. Both Macquarie University and the Office of Environment and Heritage was very pleased with the outcome.
OEH has gained an amazing website page and saved valuable time in organisation through working with the Persuaders’ team.