Elizabeth Cook

Associate,

Communicating strategy through graphics  

Elizabeth completed her training at the University of Technology achieving an honours in Industrial Design. She was awarded the prestigious Bull Information Fellowship for achievement. Initially she was employed to achieve design solutions for print, exhibition and product design in a range of Telecommunications products. Elizabeth’s next role was with the Zoological Parks Board of NSW as an interpretative designer, project managing a range of two and three-dimensional projects designed to educate the public about the natural world. Elizabeth then worked for a range of not for profit charitable organisations such as the Fred Hollows Foundation, Red Cross International Humanitarian Law and Anti-Poverty week. These experiences enable Elizabeth to achieve solutions across many areas of design such as interpretive, exhibition, and print. In particular, she has focuses on techniques that assist clients in developing content that is culturally sensitive and educative material for communities, students and the public. Design needs to engage with all members of the public and so must be inclusive and appropriate. Elizabeth is skilled in taking design briefs from basic concept to finished design. She is passionate about using design to communicate difficult, complex concepts in a way that engages and stimulates.   

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B.Des - Major Industrial Design (Hon)