Triple J Homepage
The triple j home page carries a lot of information with multi stakeholders vying for attention from the 1.5 million unique visitors per month. The showcase area was designed big to transform the page so it fully takes on the current campaign. Minimalist and flat design elements were used throughout in an effort to keep it clean and easy on the users end. triplej.net.au
Triple J's Hottest 100
An Australian institution, the world’s largest music democracy, the envy of every other radio station. The Hottest 100 juggernaut gets bigger every year and shows no signs of slowing. While the concept remains a constant keeping the campaign fresh and the users engaged year to year requires constantly evolving concepts and ideas on how to keep them voting and listening. triplej.net.au/hottest100
Triple J Festival Coverage
Starting with the question of who is this for? From user scenarios several unique methods of delivering content were devised to showcase the quality content triple j produces from festivals such as Splendour in the Grass, Big Day Out, Parklife, Soundwave and its very own One Night Stand. triplej.net.au/events/splendour/13
Triple J's Spotify App
Combining Spotify’s UI guidelines with triple j branding was not initially an easy task, but the result is simple sampler of triple j content powered by Spotify's streaming music archive. The triple j hit list continues to be on of the most subscribed to playlists on the service. open.spotify.com/app/triplej
Triple J Graphics
It's not all site layouts and templates here are a few examples of some of the graphics you'll find around the site.
Triple J's Impossible Music Festival
Bespoke designs are often required to fit triple j’s heavily campaign based output. This is an example of a mini-site produced for the Impossible Music Festival. An on-air event that simulates the festival experience with live music recordings from the archives. triplej.net.au/live/impossiblemf/10/
While working across some of Australia’s biggest radio brands my time at Austereo was as much about supporting the networks shows as it was supporting the advertising clients. I contributed designs, layouts, code and video content that helped both end users and advertiser reach their goals.
It has been a while... but banner ads where my bread and butter for a long time. Having cut my actionscript teeth developing flash games and animation in after effects combining these skills became fundamental to enticing that click through.
Just when you think you’ve forgotten what a table is another EDM request comes through and it’s time to code like it’s 1999. Here are some examples of email campaigns I’ve designed for companies like British Telecom, AMEX, IBM and of coarse triple j’s jmail.
Powderfinger's Odyssey Number 5
Odyssey Number 5 knocked John Farnham's 33⅓ from the number #1 position in the ARIA charts and was awarded the ARIA Award for Best Cover Art in 2001. This album art still does the rounds as it has continues to top lists.
Ashton's PA Catalougue
With a desire to really reach the target market for their entry level PA equipment this street press style catalogue was devised with Ashton so it would stand out in the shop while being right at home in uni share houses across Australia.
Universal Love Poster
This poster for a singles night charity event for Bear Cottage children's hospital was inspired by children's art with a contemporary look and feel. triplej.net.au
Anti-Discrimination Advocacy Project
With funding pulled the Anti-Discrimination Advocacy Project still had a lot of research they felt needed to be heard. They pulled in a few favours to compile facts, art and quotes about discrimination in Australia into a booklet that was distributed around cafes and nightspots.
The Cerebral Palsy Alliance
Using type and image these awareness campaign posters were designed using donated artwork. The Cerebral Palsy Alliance (formerly The Spastic Centre) was the first organisation of it’s kind in the world when founded in 1945.
Feijoa Brand Identity
Founded by Kiwi expats and the Feijoa fruit from which the company takes it’s name was used to influence the shape and colour of this simple yet complex identity for this consultancy agency.
This is the creative portfolio of Russell Privett, Sydney based Designer and Photographer.
I have a little over 10 years experience in the Creative and Media industries during which I have taken an adaptable, multi-skilled approach to roles for boutique agencies in Canada, advertising heavy weights in London and in my recent work for Australia's biggest radio brands.
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