As a member of the Rum Jungle Bowls Club I put my hand up to redesign our uniforms and logo to give our club a unique and fresh look and feel which embodies our casual and fun approach to the sometimes stuffy sport of lawn bowls.
The Regional and Remote Aboriginal Children and Services Support Unit (RRACSSU) is the Northern Territory Indigenous Professional Support Unit.(IPSU)
IPSUs provide or facilitate professional development and other support to assist Indigenous focused Budget Based Funded (BBF) services and their managing bodies to provide high quality education and care environments.
I have been involved with a major re branding of this unit which started with a logo & stationery then a completely revamped website.
Scroll through the history and experience of my journey through time and across a continent.
2000: What got me started
After a long career in the uncreative world of surveying I decided to venture into the exciting and ultra creative graphic design universe. Not wanting to peak to early with creativity I started my own business Kevin Arthur Design - no creative energy expended there! What a scary time that was with only a few friend/clients to kick start the business. Working from a home office in the idyllic setting of the Adelaide Hills surrounded by boutique wineries offered some stress relief.
2005: Move to the Coast
Family reasons dictated a move from the picturesque Adelaide Hills to the coastal town of Victor Harbor on the Fleurieu Peninsula. Joining the local Victor Harbor Business Association proved to be a successful venture, meeting other small local business owners and being able to help them with their corporate look and feel aa well as development of their marketing materials. A lot of the businesses that I was able to help were startup businesses looking for an identity, being able to provide that gave me an great feeling of satisfaction.
2012: Long trek north
I was employed at the Batchelor Institute as the Marketing and Communications Manager, with my existing business U:phoria Graphics running as a side project. I have a few clients that I am still more than happy to accommodate. I want to maintain this small and intimate client base because providing advise and sharing my experience is what I am about.
2019: Back home
After over 7 years at Batchelor Institute, it seemed like the right time to return home. Now that I am back I would love to support small businesses with any graphic or digital design needs.
Others that spread the word about U:phoria Graphics
A list of succesful clients that used my services and wanted to tell you about it
Kevin has an innate ability to connect personality to the business and this is reflected in his unique design capability.
His turnaround time was very quick and as I was on a fine time-line leading into the opening of my business, I fully appreciated his ability to get suggestions back to me that suited my time restraints.
In all my 25 years of working with Graphic Designers, I have found Kevin to be among the easiest to work with. He listens, asks questions, makes suggestions and provides a truly professional approach throughout any project.
I loved the website Kevin created for my business. He easily interpreted exactly what I wanted using his own unique flair and abilities. Kevin also made sure it was clear and easy to read and spent time discussing my website objectives with me. All made so easy!