IxD and Assistive Technology

Tag: Australia

Anonymous Present Their Demands

Anonymous Present Their Demands

The debate for Internet censorship in Australia took an interesting turn today. Whilst I’m not about to condone their action on my blog, I see it as vital that the discussion around this topic is kept alive. The Rudd Government continues with a string of […]

Apparently We’re Full

Apparently We’re Full

Australia pretty much now has the dubious honour of being internationally known as a racist culture. Our ever-tightening immigration policy (I defy anyone to prove that Rudd has taken any steps since ousting Howard to make a real difference for immigrants) is vindicated by right-wing […]

Digital Composite – Week 11

Digital Composite – Week 11

Work Done and done! Both series have been completed and received back from the printers – even with enough time for me to start picking apart the design. Nevermind. I think I’ve done enough chatting about where the concept came from in general terms, so […]

Digital Composite – Week 09

Digital Composite – Week 09

Work Following on from my attempt at a subtle political message, I decided to create something a little bit more direct and graphic: activist posters. Presenting my work last week, it was pointed out that there was nothing in my image that suggested that my […]

Show Me The Money

Show Me The Money

There’s nothing quite as sure to keep you popular in the opinion polls as handing out free cash. In a measure reflected around the world, our generally underwhelming head of government, Kevin Rudd, is handing out around $900 to most people across the country. As […]