Reframeable’s Mel Rumble has recently undertaken a range of lecturing and mentoring work within several futures-related subjects in the UTS Faculty of Transdisciplinary Innovation (FTDI). This included:
Reframeable’s Mel Rumble recently co-designed and co-delivered Futures Worth Wanting, a workshop in responsible innovation and futures prototyping for the 2020 Sydney Festival.
Check out the Sydney Festival program guide for details of the event… and stay tuned to the Museum of Futures, as the 8 objects created as part of Futures Worth Wanting will be live soon.
Reframeable has embarked on an exciting collaboration with Claire Marshall of IfLabs, working on the next stage of the Museum of Futures. Watch this space – more will be announced soon regarding this project. In the meantime, see the Museum of Futures website for details of where you can currently view the museum in Sydney.
Reframeable has developed the website for Lexbridge Lawyers, a public international law firm.
For LexbridgeLawyers.com we: developed the website, uploaded the content, sourced and uploaded the images and created the logo.Lexbridge Lawyers website
Reframeable developed the website for AllWays Health, a telehealth provider based in Australia.
For AllWaysHealth we: developed the website, created the content, sourced and uploaded the images, achieved site engine optimisation (SEO) and created the logo.
Reframeable has developed endosQ’s website for patients, GPs (physicians) and specialists for gastroenterology services in Queensland, Australia.
For this site we delivered: website construction, development of online patient resources, search engine optimisation (SEO), content writing, content upload, image sourcing/ manipulation, image uploads, submitting of site to search engines, extensive keyword research, site hosting coordination, adaption of existing referral forms, creation of fillable PDF forms and domain name advice.
For NewMediaNexus.com we: developed the website, created the content, sourced and uploaded the images, achieved site engine optimisation (SEO) and created the logo.New Media Nexus website
Reframeable has developed PinkFamilies, which was launched in June 2013.
This included: building the site; creating the content; achieving site engine optimisation (SEO); developing the logo for Pink Families; and sourcing, editing and uploading the images. We also created the information architecture for this very large site (which currently has more than 100 pages/posts). We have created a social media presence, and we have built an online and ever-expanding audience.
Initial website setup; logo design; ongoing content management. The new version of this website is currently in development.
Mel designed a wonderful website for me that went beyond my expectations. Her eye for design and her creativity make for an easy, yet fun way to navigate my site. Her professionalism is second to none; give her a brief and she is sure to come up with the goods immediately. In a world where we want everything yesterday, she is a gift.
Tony Diamond – yoga, pilates & movement repatterning