We are a team of curious,
Our goal is to not only
work better but live better
in an inclusive, globally conscious space.
We get great satisfaction from finding innovative solutions to complex technical or creative problems. We prefer yes to no, we love a challenge, and we always push ourselves to find new, better ways of doing things.
Our designers not only come from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds, they also have a wide range of creative interests outside of work, from photography to tattoo and mural art.
We're firm believers that a larger pool of experience and interests generates better ideas, and our team attends design conferences, exhibitions, and workshops to keep us connected and inspired.
We believe curiosity is one of the best creative tools there is. We know that in order to evolve we need to be willing to experiment, step outside of our comfort zone, and push the boundaries of what we know. This learning mindset makes us better as designers and better as a company.
The foundation of our business is a collaborative culture where all share knowledge with each other, and genuinely respect the different skills each person brings to the table. We have regular internal design challenges set by the team to keep our creative minds active.
We also love to explore beyond the brief in our response to client work. We’ll set aside time to think about what else we could deliver, or how we can push our clients to think differently.
We’re locally-minded, and globally conscious. We’re proudly based in Melbourne and Singapore and we’re passionate about supporting our local communities through neighbourhood initiatives such as fundraisers with local businesses, paid volunteering days for all of our team, and partnerships with NFPs.
We know that together we can take actions that have a positive impact on the world. We compost, recycle, carbon offset, and we're powered by 100% renewable energy.
Meanwhile, we work with clients and collaborators all over the world, from Japan to France to Indonesia to the USA. We deeply value the unique opinions and experiences that each of our clients and our team bring together, and the privilege of being able to work and learn with people from so many different cultures.
Diversity, equity &
We support equal rights for everyone regardless of race, sexual orientation, gender, religion, age, family structure and mental or physical ability. We’re constantly working to make Evolved a great place to work and live, and below are some of the steps we’ve already taken.
We aim to reduce age bias through educating our team and hiring from different age pools
Women in our workforce
We're working towards equal female representation in our teams, achieving pay parity, and promoting opportunities for female leaders in our business
We offer a flexible hours and 'work from anywhere' policy to help accomodate our team to support their unique family structures
We're working towards accessibility for physical diversity and neurodiversity in all our offices, and offer job sharing to help accomodate people in more roles
We aim to create a safe space through allyship and gender-neutral workplace facilities. We provide formal training for our team on LGBTQIA+ support and understanding
We encourage our whole team to celebrate their religions, and to share our cultural celebrations with each other across our teams and offices
Race & ethnicity
Across our Australian team, we recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander representation through an acknowledgement of country, and we're working towards finalising our Reconciliation Action Plan. We've completed cultural diversity and safety training across our team. In Singapore we follow the tripartite guidelines for equal employment
Acknowledgement of Country
Australia, City of Melbourne
For our Melbourne-based team we wish to acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we live and work, the Bunurong Boon Wurrung and Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung peoples of the Eastern Kulin Nation and pay respect to them and their cultures; and to Elders past, present and emerging.
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