Who are we?
We are a professional graphic design studio based on the Gold Coast and we take on a variety of work within our field. Out studio is staffed by a rotation of QLD College of Art’s leading art, graphic, digital and 3d design interns who are guided by our Creative Director – Alejandra who has over 10 years experience in the field. Our clients connect with our administrator who ensures that the design process is smooth and accurate. You can find out more about us by visiting our various social media pages or by contacting us directly via email or phone.
What do we do?
As our studio is based on campus at Griffith University Southport, a high proportion of our clients are based at the University. An example of this would be the getamungstit magazine – our interns create the cover designs, page layouts and design. This year we will be completing six issues of the magazine which is available for free on campus. If you would like to see what we are talking about, jump over to our work section of our website and follow the Student Guild work to see more. As a fully functional design studio we also complete work for external clients, one of our most recent projects include promotional materials such as the logo, banners, cheques for Funk Fitness as well as the award winning Getamungstit magazine.
Throughout the following you will find a few testimonials written by current interns here at Liveworm.
“Liveworm is great! I’ve already learnt so much about being in a great design studio surrounded by positive and influential people. Overall I feel that my knowledge has expanded and Liveworm has taught me what it takes to be a good designer and a good collaborator.” – Gabriella Turro.
“Liveworm is such a awesome gateway to the Creative Industry. Not only has it given me the opportunity to collaborate with other emerging designers, but it also has enabled me to explore my own creative expression on another level.” – Kelsea Grant.
“Liveworm gives you real life work experience in a fun and creative atmosphere. It allows you the opportunity to work on your strengths and weaknesses as a designer and learn more from your peers. The best part is getting to work straight away on projects that you could then see being used.” – Jessica Wood.