Great job by SpaceMonk3y - responsive, creative and flexible to requests. Recommend.
Shashank was able to understand my design concept, and put it into a tangible form that represented the idea. Great Work! For improvements, I would suggest trying more color combinations during each iteration to save time for everyone, and reduce the amount of back and forths.
As a pre-revenue start up, Solar Greens Company could not afford standard illustration costs so we were referred to 99designs.com. This designer provided a refreshing vibrant entry and did not mind submitting additional entries that better met our needs. We will submit several more design needs and hope Sanay will participate. Thank you!
I am extremely happy and satisfied with how my project turned out. Charmionne_a did an awesome job interpreting my words and putting them into an awesome design concept. Awesome job!
- Ale Lorenzo
How MollyTAI started their illustration or graphics journey
Who are you known as?
The Australia Institute
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Community & Non-Profit
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The Australia Institute is the country’s most influential progressive think tank. Based in Canberra, it conducts research on a broad range of economic, social and environmental issues in order to inform public debate and bring greater accountability to the democratic process.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
The aim of this infographic is to highlight the small impact that the Australian Carbon tax had on inflation after it came into effect.
Prior to the carbon tax and in the time after the tax came into effect there has been a lot of attention given to the impact of the tax on the cost of living in Australia
The aim of this infographic is to put the impact of the carbon tax into context through comparing it to the last major Australian tax, the GST. The data that will be used in this infographic shows that the carbon tax did not have a major impact on inflation in Australia.
The GST came in on 1 July 2000 while the Carbon tax came in on 1 July 2012. The attached graph shows the quarterly inflation figures after those events as well as the 10 years (moving average) inflation data before each event. So far there are only three observations since July 2012. The attached graph should be the focus of the infographic.
The infographic should draw special attention to the small impact of the carbon tax compared to the GST.
This infographic will be released on the first anniversary of the carbon tax so it should have a line in it saying something like ‘one year on and the carbon tax is still not a big deal’.
To see examples of past infographics that the Australia Institute has done see our tumblr page: http://australiainstitute.tumblr.com/