Public Journal acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung language group of Iramoo on whose unceded lands we conduct our business in Brunswick East.

Design thinking, processes and storytelling methods have been occurring on this land since time immemorial and continue today. At Public Journal, we respectfully acknowledge these pre-existing and continuing design systems and recognise that our work is a reflection of where we do our business. 

In response to the Countries we work on across Australia, we respectfully acknowledge these Nations and language groups and their Ancestors and Elders, past and present.

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Our Approach

We have built and practice techniques that enable us to exercise empathy as designers. By focusing on how people think, feel and act in their environment, we are better able to predict how a design piece might be received. 

Our work is focused on people and place — developing strategies and tools to help all sorts of people share with purpose, meaning and context.

Our Approach

We have built and practice techniques that enable us to exercise empathy as designers. By focusing on how people think, feel and act in their environment, we are better able to predict how a design piece might be received. 

Our work is people focused — developing strategies and tools to help all sorts of people share with each other.

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Credits

Thank you to Lewis from Polytype who built a beautiful font for us called Prosaique — it is like Circular and GT Walsheim had a love child. 

Thank you to Bri Hammond for our studio shots. We promise not to say "bless you" when you sneeze.

Credits

Thank you to Lewis from Polytype who built a beautiful font for us called Prosaique — it is like Circular and GT Walsheim had a beautiful child. 

Thank you to Bri Hammond for our studio shots. We promise not to say "bless you" when you sneeze.