A new site for us


FRESH! That’s how we’re feeling.

Welcome to our new site, we’ve kept things minimal…. and super.

We hope you enjoy = )

First site launched for 2020!


Perth-based NeuroScientific are on the cutting edge of biopharmaceutical research, with a revolutionary treatment that could finally hold the answer to neuronal degeneration – responsible for such diseases as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and Huntington’s diseases amongst others.

It was an honour 😇 to be selected to work on this project, and very exciting to be just a small part of such an important and ground-breaking treatment.

The design is super mod with *totally awesome* custom illustrations by London’s very own Harriet Stansall 👾

You can see the site in motion here.

In full swing


We’ve been in full swing here the last few months, lots of special sites have been released into the wild. 

Here is a selection of our latest work, in order of appearance 

* Hangdog – It’s dog art, plus quirk, plus charm.

* Empowering Participation – Democratic decision-making.

* Chris Hopewell – Renowned Australian artist.



The brief was to ‘stand out from the crowd’ by creating something individual.

With the firms impressive portfolio of retail architecture projects this wasn’t a hard task.

You can see Ottofirm’s new website here.

Centre for Stories


Centre for Stories is a really special place. A literary arts and cultural organisation located on Aberdeen St in the heart of Northbridge, they produce and share stories to encourage a more inclusive society.

Their new website is a place for them to publish and share all their stories in both text and audio format.

Tickets to their literary inspired events are also available through the new site.

You can see the real thing right here.

CURATE publik


Collaborating with the crew from CURATE publik on their new website was just so nice. As artists themselves they came to us with a fully formed website design, then we helped their vision come to life on the interwebz.

With the perfect team combo of artist, architect and installation manager they’re sure to make a space for themselves in the Perth public art scene.

Cool Beans


It was a fun morning spent at the photoshoot for the upcoming ‘Cool Beans Campers’ website with the VERY talented Songy Knox at the VERY stylin’ Fridays Studio.

* Watch this space – website coming soon!

Centre for Stories


A new website for Centre for Stories is in the works here at Super Minimal.. such an inspiring and interesting project to be working on.

The Centre is a place where stories are told, shared, and kept. They also run workshops and events where people from all walks of life can learn the craft of storytelling.

Who doesn’t have a story to share?

Harper’s Food Market


On the way out of Fremantle along South St you’ll find Harper’s. Run by siblings Jess and Greg along with their dad Craig, the shop is a cosy modern hub of activity offering fresh food, flowers, lunches and coffee.

Their new website is online today!