New York-based design platform InVision has acquired Australian startup Trunk for an undisclosed fee, with the Trunk team to join InVision.
Despite the celebratory discourse around gaming’s increased accessibility, serious efforts to make gaming accessible to people living with disability remain rare.
July is the latest ecommerce venture for its cofounders: Athan Didaskalou founded coffee subscription business Three Thousand Thieves, while Richard Li cofounded online furniture retailer Brosa.
Branding today is about more than just the way your business looks. It is also about the way your business thinks, speaks and acts.
Buying a sofa usually means paying a delivery fee and a headache trying to figure out how to get inside, but Companion Couch wants to fix this experience.
Canva has hit unicorn status, raising US$40 million from Blackbird Ventures, Felicis Ventures and Sequoia China, to reach a valuation of US$1 billion.
Style Sourcebook allows designers and consumers to visualise interior designs through shareable “mood boards”
Through Style Sourcebook, users looking to renovate or decorate a space are able to search for products and mesh them together in a “mood board”.
ANZ has announced the appointment of Opher Yom-Tov, former general manager of global design consulting firm IDEO, as the bank’s first Chief Design Officer.
Canva has announced the launch of Canva Print, a new paid service allowing users the ability to create and order printed designs.
Pam is at heart a sign management application accessed through the cloud, specialised for design companies creating sign layouts for clients.
Qwilr announced today that it has raised $1.5 million from German VC firm Point Nine. The deal marks the firm’s first investment into an Australian company.
The most time-consuming and frustrating tasks often revolve around branding guidelines, ensuring designs and documents are sized a certain way and use a particular logo.
Adelaide startup Makers Empire has developed an app and teaching kit that allows kids to create 3D designs which can later be printed.
The idea behind Milanote is simple: it is a cloud-based planner for creatives, helping teams to map out concepts, plan, and deliver world class content.