When …

… did it all begin?

Officially since 1997. Unofficially since the ’70s.
Who Dunnit? Graphic Design was registered as a business name and trademarked in 1997. It has been trading ever since. That’s the official start date for the business but visual communication, illustration and photography have been my companions for as long as I can remember.

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… have been the significant milestones?

2013:

Who Dunnit is commissioned to work with the Queensland Orff Schulwerk Association (QOSA) as communication consultant and to create all associated artwork. 

2012:

Who Dunnit is approached to write, design and photograph two books for Boiling Billy Publications, titled Classic Pubs of Victoria and 4WD Touring Victoria.

Stef of Who Dunnit is commissioned to assist in the rebranding and style guide production for Early Childhood Management Services (ECMS). This included visual communication within more than 55 childcare and early learning centres across Melbourne.

2011:

Stef of Who Dunnit commences the academic year as a sessional tutor contracted to the Australian Academy of Design (2011-2012)

Print Awareness course is trained in Melbourne (2011-2012)

2007:

Our first book Out and All About: The Blue Mountains is launched.

2001:

Print Awareness course is launched and conducted through Printing Industries Association of Australia. (2001 – 2012) Notable clients include Clayton Utz, Canon Australia

2000:

Major Project: Print Awareness course is scoped and written.

Stef of Who Dunnit commences as an Adobe Certified Instructor with Computer Workgroup Training. (2000 – 2012) Notable clients include Fairfax Media,

1998:

Stef of Who Dunnit is employed by Printing Industries Association of Australia as Graphic Designer and Training Co-ordinator. A range of existing and new industry related courses are offered nationwide. (1998-2000)

1997:

Who Dunnit? Graphic Design is officially registered as a business name and trademarked.

Who Dunnit’s first major job is the emblem design for a new school in Brisbane’s centenary suburbs Centenary State High School.