Seasons greetings from the very merry team at Super Minimal. We look forward to 2019 and all the good stuff it will bring.
We’re back on the 14th Jan – until then happy holidays!
Another Super productive year done and dusted. Thank you so much to all our awesome and inspiring clients who chose to work with us over the past 12 months.
2017 was huge and we set a whole bunch of sites loose on the web including Fremantle Shipping News, Design Theory, Peedamulla Campground, Longreach Recruitment and Bruce McKinven. We also launched our OWN new website to top that off.
We’ve just marked our 5 year anniversary as a studio (yip yip!) and we look forward to working with many more interesting folk on many more interesting projects in 2018.
Happy holidays and enjoy the festivities!
Super Minimal Team
It was a pleasure to present our Award for Creativity at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) this year for the third time!
Congrats Kaitlin – we look forward to working with you on your new website.
This has been our biggest and best year!
Thanks to everyone whose chosen to work with us over the past 12 months. Thanks to everyone who’s recommended us to their friends and families and thanks to everyone who’s liked and followed us in this strange old land of the interwebs.
We love our clients and without your guys there would be no websites to make.
Happy holidays and bring on 2017!
On Friday we awarded our annual ‘Super Minimal Prize for Creativity’ to a graduating design student at The West Australian Academy of Performing Arts aka WAAPA!
This year the winner was Rozina Suliman who’s very cool image choices and original ideas won her a new website to enter the industry with.
If you’re ever in Tokyo an absolute must see is the very cool Daikanyama T-Site. Recently named one of the top 20 most beautiful bookstores in the world this architectural wonder is themed around the idea of ‘a library in the woods’. Amongst the new books for purchase there is also an archive of over 30,000 magazines from the 60’s and 70’s.
Three ‘t’ covered building wings connect together along Magazine Street, a 55-meter long aisle that cuts through the middle at ground level. This design by Klein Dytham Architecture was the winning submission from among 80 firms and we have to say the right choice was made – this place is truly amazing!