(Brand & Motion)

Emma is an Eora/Sydney-based designer, specialising in branding and motion design. She graduated with a Bachelor of Design in Visual Communication from UTS before starting her role at For The People. Her work has been recognised by D&AD, AGDA and The International Society of Typographic Designers. 

She is lead by a curious mind that loves to get to the heart of what delights and intrigues us. Always restless to delve into a new world or idea, she is excited by the constantly evolving ways in which we can communicate through design (particularly through a motion lens). 

Emma takes any opportunity to combine her work with her personal interests - working independently across a range of personal projects - such as branding a nightclub, coffee shop, flea market and a music festival.


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For The People rebranded Malaysian internet service provider Time - a growing ISP with big ambitions to become Malaysia’s most loved brand and remind people that they’re more than just their great infrastructure.

The rebrand took their irreverent personality and trademark pink, combined with the eclectic and humanist reality of how customers spend time on the internet. We developed four custom typefaces, bold visuals and worked with Malaysian illustrators on an ongoing basis to ensure the brand can keep up with internet and culture.

Studio: For The People
Client: Time Internet
Illustrators: Shu Yee, Chern Loo
Typographer: Mathieu Réguer
Year: 2022

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Brand Identity, Motion

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