We’re experienced enough to provide a well rounded approach to research, strategic marketing and engaging design in order to provide you effective results.
But small enough to be personal and ensure you get to work directly with people who know you and your business. Don’t be shy, say hello.
If you could use one word to describe Rod’s thoughts on design it would be “passion”. It is not just Graphic Design he is passionate about, he loves all great innovative and thoughtful design, whether it be architecture, industrial, furniture, golf course and car design.
As Studio Manager Megan also is Account Manager for the Ballarat and Bendigo regions. Megan has an amazing “can do” attitude which brings smiles to our team and our clients. If you happen to work with Megan you will discover first hand a fantastic design mind and huge commitment to your cause.
Scott is a team player responsible for defining and delivering end-to-end projects for our clients. Driven by great ideas and continually seeking a challenge, he has a clear ability to deliver well conceived concepts, strategy and creative solutions across multiple channels.
John speaks six languages and one of them is called “code”. John is our dedicated programmer and is happy to live in a world of code. He loves finding solutions to problems we or clients present to him. He also happily delivers the solution with a wide grin suggesting “is that all you’ve got!”
Lucky for us Karen is one of the most organised people in the universe, how would we run Brown Ink without her? The short answer is we wouldn’t, her shoes are too big to fill. Lucky she is married to the MD and is a partner in the business, so will not be heading off to greener pastures any time soon.
Rarely do young designers come along who understand typography. Lucky for us and you, Dan is one of those designers. Dan has a healthy respect for history and a wealth of knowledge for all things design and music, from era well before he was born. Which is a unique skill for a Gen Y, perhaps he was born 20 years later than he should, because he also likes sketching his concepts which is a huge plus in our books.