Australian Digital Health Agency
Develop a cohesive set of event collateral and a user-friendly event application for international GDHP summits.
- Craft a consistent visual identity that aligns with the established GDHP branding.
- Facilitate international collaboration with easily modifiable document templates.
- Coordinate with global teams for timely and accurate delivery of materials.
- Enhance user engagement through an intuitive app interface.
- XARA Designer Pro
- Adobe InDesign
- Adobe Illustrator
- Adobe Photoshop
- CrowdComms Platform
- Microsoft Office Suite
During my time at the Australian Digital Health Agency I had the opportunity to contribute to the Global Digital Health Partnership by designing a range of event collateral for gatherings in Canberra, Washington D.C., London, and Delhi.
My design work respected the existing colour palette and the use of Calibri font, facilitating a unified look and collaborative effort across the partnership’s global events. I developed a suite of event materials, including letterheads, booklets, banners, nametags, travel guides, and digital templates. Additionally, I coordinated with international printers to ensure the local production of these materials met our high standards and tight deadlines, honing my communication skills and adaptability.
A highlight was my involvement in the 2019 India event, where I designed the user interface for the event’s app, tailoring icons and visuals that reflected the event’s character, while updating real-time content such as participant details and schedules. This task honed my ability to work under pressure and fine-tune details across various time zones.
The event in Delhi brought the challenge of compiling five intricate Whitepapers. I designed the initial templates and later refined the contributed content from various countries. This required a meticulous eye and dedication to produce documents that were not only informative but visually exemplary.
This role was a remarkable journey of collaboration with international health professionals, an exceptional events team, and the World Health Organisation, all of which broadened my professional expertise and personal growth.