Case Studies

We are very proud of the work that we do, below are a small number of project case studies, please feel free to contact us to discuss these or other work.

Water Sensitive Cities CRC

water_sensitive_cities-01Water Sensitive Cities CRC were newly funded and in launch mode, bringing together bright minds at the same time as creating its 'client facing' materials for the first time. The CRC has a important and complex role to play in making cities water and people friendly - our challenge was to understand and relate that purpose and key programs both to experts and laypeople. Read how we helped...

Future Ready Dairy Systems

FRDS-03Climate variability is impacting on farm operations and profitability; this impact is likely to become more serious over time. Dairy Australia via the Future Ready Dairy Systems (FRDS) program have researched and collated numerous adaptation strategies and approached LCUBED to assist them make these available online. Read on...

Saltland Genie

saltland-genie-03Australian farmers are battling salinity on an ever increasing scale. They need access to the latest salinity research information to make informed decisions that directly impact the working and profitability of their farms. The Future Farms Industries CRC (FFI) has the answers farmers seek, and asked us to help them get it to farmers on a large scale. More...

HEARnet (Hearing CRC)

hearnet-01As an independent and authoritative hearing health knowledge provider and technology innovator, the Hearing CRC recognised the need for an online independent and informative portal for the public, health professionals and researchers. The information provided on this website needed to address the causes of hearing loss, how it can be managed and prevented along with clear explanations about how hearing technologies work. See how we helped...

The People in Dairy

TPID-01Australian Dairy farmers have a strong and long history of operation, which is often family based. Today however they are bound by the same operational and legal requirements as other businesses. Managing 'human resources' has therefore become a key issue in achieving on-farm success (legal and compliance necessities) and happiness (retention and lifestyle). Read on...