Just like the tree, we are growing branches to our community by sharing ideas and collaborating with like-minded organisations. What we are seeding:
– a creative, passionate community
– opportunities to collaborate
– sharing good news stories
– promoting like-minded enterprises
– the hope to secure land for reforestation
Design for engagement
For over twenty years, we have been designing and developing behaviour change and communications programs and strategy, websites and interactive tools for small businesses, NGOs and government. Our focus is on creating engaging experiences which are inclusive and focused on the needs of the audience.
We at Treecreate work across a range of sectors including arts, education and government and our founder Tracey is often invited to give presentations on a broad range of subjects including emerging media and digital cultures, sustainability behaviour change, eco-activism and the role of the Sacred through deep listening and connecting to the world around us.
Workshops focus on applying user centred design and design thinking with participatory action and social practices theories and methods. Our goal is to facilitate and empower people to make changes which are in alignment with environmental awareness and the need for transformational change. We work with all ages to encourage creativity, exploration and self expression.
Online and guided meditations and walks
We also offer online and guided meditative tree walks, aimed at developing mindfulness practice and improving health and wellbeing. We have worked in Norway, the UK, Europe, New Zealand and Australia with all kinds of community groups of all ages and abilities.
Design | Communications | Project Management
Our other services include:
- Website and app design
- User research and service design
- Information and knowledge management
- Project management
- Change management
- Cartography and map publishing
- Communications strategy including channel management and branding
- Creative arts production and collaborative projects
- Educational course design
We acknowledge the traditional custodians of Country throughout Australia and honour their continuing connection to land, water, culture and community. We pay our respects to all Elders past, present and emerging. We also acknowledge the Elders of the Ngunnawal and Ngambri peoples, on whose land we live and work. We pay our respects to all First Nations peoples and acknowledge their deep knowledge of the earth.