case study

continuous improvement
on an essential service

Helping experts in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, cultures and contributions to deliver a learning hub for teachers, students and community members.

what it is

The Narragunnawali platform serves as a resource for teachers and community members that may not be part of any particular school or early learning service’s Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).

 

What we did

  • User Stories
  • Wireframes
  • Style Guide
  • Visual Design
  • Development
  • QA & Testing

a partnership

A creative agency, Gilimbaa, approached us to assist with the launch of a major upgrade to the site as well as ongoing maintenance and feature development. Serving up the volume of 40,000 students and teachers across Australia every day requires careful planning and smart-thinking. Fortunately, we did both!

ongoing collaboration

We have and continue to help build the platform to include many curriculum resources to help plan lessons and assist with professional development.

Digital Makers have a wide range of skilled and experienced talent handling all technical development on the platform, with daily contact and support to Reconciliation Australia.

We are incredibly proud of the platform and gain a great deal of joy in seeing the uptake of Reconciliation Action Plans in schools and early learning services.

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