Please see the attachment for the full page design.
The Home Page design for the Liberal Party of Australia. The Liberal Party won the Australia election by a landslide a week ago, with Tony Abbott becoming the new Prime Minister.
Engage was brought in to redesign and rebuild the Party’s web platform ahead of the 2013 election. Our solution had to be scalable, handling massive amounts of traffic in the run up to the vote, and elegant, showcasing Tony Abbott and his team with striking design and visuals.
3 months ago
@Shane Helm for design president!
@Noah Albrecht you jest. :)
This is great! I love seeing design for government that feels approachable.
Well, it was hardly a landslide.
@uǝɥdʎɐɾ It was reported as a landslide in the news. I have attached the CNN and The Australian reports. One of the newspapers also had a cover page with LANDSLIDE written across the top big bold with a picture of Tony and his wife.
by Shane Helm
The article page for the Liberal Party of Australia website.
3 months ago
Nice work on these.
@Shane Helm Both of those reports are referring to exit polls, not the actual results. The Australian is also Murdoch-owned. Murdoch showed disgustingly blatant bias towards the Coalition in his media throughout the whole campaign (even depicting Rudd as a Nazi on the front page of his Daily Telegraph).
The reality was that it wasn't a landslide at all (in fact Liberal had a lower primary vote than Labor, and won on preferences).
I'm interested to know if the Liberal party went to you directly, or if the work was outsourced by an Australian company?
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