The Multicultural Development Association is a not-for-profit organisation that provides humanitarian support to refugees and migrants in Queensland. Through community development, advocacy, employment training and events, MDA creates welcome to new arrivals while educating the local community.
I had the privilege to collaborate on a variety of projects with MDA, helping the organisation bring forward a more professional and consistent brand identity which conveys their vision with clarity, substance and style.
My work as part of MDA’s communications team included the creation of their official corporate style guide; the design and production of a myriad of marketing collaterals to promote community programs and events; and the organisation’s annual report for 2014, which received terrific feedback from stakeholders and put the organisation's visual communications at a whole new level.
These publications led to Amora Creative providing graphic design work for other organisations in the sector, including the Department of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships, in the Queensland Government.
As an advocate for cultural diversity, my involvement with multiculturalism in Queensland has been a happy balance of personal and professional fulfilment.