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Skydive Jurien Bay

Skydive Jurien Bay

March 21, 2014 – 0 responses

Building the new website for Skydive Jurien Bay was an exciting challenge in more ways than one.

Skydive Jurien Bay needed a new website to better communicate the unique, life changing experience they offer as the world’s most beautiful beach skydive. Their refreshed brand (courtesy of our friends at Juicebox) supported a much more engaging aesthetic approach and we made use of some fantastic imagery to encourage potential customers to “get the rush”.

The new website allows Skydive Jurien Bay to more easily manage their content, which includes a host of awesome videos and images. Customers can also request booking, purchase gift vouchers online and even log in to an online learning area.

It is also optimised for viewing on mobile and tablet devices to extend the website experience well beyond the desktop.

We all had a great time working on the new Skydive Jurien Bay website but even more memorable was the Humaan team skydiving from 14,000 feet courtesy of Skydive Jurien Bay!! The Skydive Jurien Bay crew were not only great fun but also super professional.

Check out the new Skydive Jurien Bay website and then get the rush for yourself.
West Australian Music

West Australian Music

March 7, 2014 – 0 responses

We’re incredibly proud to have launched the new responsive website for West Australian Music (WAM).

WAM play a significant role in advocating for and advancing WA music and had recently undergone a rebranding to breathe new life into the organisation. With a completely new brand, they had high expectations to push the boundaries of what they could achieve with the website and we were excited to take up the challenge.

As a very active organisation, WAM required a comprehensive events calendar and also an area for WAM related and industry news. There is also a resources section with a wealth of information for artists to help further their career.

Additionally, the website includes a completely bespoke and powerful membership area that allows WAM to manage their membership database more efficiently and ultimately add more value to their stakeholders.

The website offers a great experience across all devices and takes advantage of some sensational photography from their image library. All up, we think it’s pretty rockin’

Many thanks to Jess, Claire, Aarom and the team at WAM for having us on board. You can view the new WAM website at


December 19, 2013 – 0 responses

We’ve just launched a great new website for Civmec, a multi-disciplined engineering company based in WA and listed on the Singapore stock exchange.

Civmec wanted to present their wide ranging capabilities to investors and clients in an innovative way that highlighted their forward momentum as a rising force in their field. This allowed us to take a fresh approach to the project and provide the perfect platform from which to communicate Civmec’s future direction to its key stakeholders.

The website features a host of interactions to highlight the company’s many competitive advantages. This includes sections to outline Civmec’s projects and capabilities, a careers centre that integrates with an online job application tool and a detailed and powerful investor relations centre.

The site is also fully responsive to allow stakeholders and potential clients to access information from any device away from a desktop environment.

Have a look at the new Civmec website here:


November 25, 2013 – 0 responses

The newly completed website project for FORM was a highly rewarding experience for all of us Humaans. As a design-focused agency ourselves, it was a fantastic opportunity to partner with an organisation that is dedicated to building creative capital in WA.

The challenge with redeveloping a web presence for an arts focused organisation with such a wide range of projects and initiatives on the go at any one time is to capture the diversity of their work in a way that doesn’t pigeon-hole them into any particular style, genre or artistic category.

It was challenging and refreshing in equal parts to be able to push the boundaries with the design and development elements in a way that allowed FORM to communicate the breadth of their various projects while reinforcing and extending their own brand.

We pursued some innovative ways of displaying FORM’s project network to emphasise the stand alone nature of the projects but also to recognise their connectedness as part of the overall FORM framework. The FORM website also employs responsive design to ensure the experience is seamless across all devices.

We’re all very proud and excited with the final outcome, visit the new FORM website here and let us know your thoughts.
Australian Web Awards

Two more wins at the Australian Web Awards

October 28, 2013 – 2 Responses

Following up our great success in WA, we were delighted to pick up two Australian Web Awards at the national event in Sydney recently.

The awards were presented to us for the categories of eCommerce (for Mainpeak) and Commercial (for Bonfire). The awards were fantastic recognition for our strong collaboration with these great clients.

It was also a massive honour to be recognised for our commitment to high quality design and development that puts the human experience at the centre of everything we do. This is at the heart of the Humaan philosophy and credit goes to the entire team.

Huge congratulations to all the other winners and nominees from all of us Humaans. We’re proud to be part of such a vibrant industry with so many creative and dedicated professionals.

Visit the Australian Web Awards website for the full list of winners.

Australian Web Awards 2013

October 3, 2013 – 4 Responses

We were honoured, delighted and humbled in equal measure to be awarded eight Australian Web Awards at the WA presentation last night.

In a local industry brimming with talent it was way beyond our expectations to emerge as successful as we did. Massive congratulations to all the other winners and, of course, a special mention goes out to our amazing clients with whom we collaborated to produce the award-winning websites.

In no particular order, including multiple category winners, they are:

Highs and Lows
Budii – iinet
Aphrodite Gold
Lions Australia

We’re now looking forward to a few days in Sydney later this month where we’ll be contesting the national awards in the categories of eCommerce, Mobile, Commercial and Innovation.


October 2, 2013 – 0 responses

Our most recent project to launch was for Identitywa, an outstanding not-for-profit organisation that provides support to people of all ages with all types of disabilities.

The aim of the project was to communicate Identitywa’s personalised model of client support in a vibrant way, incorporating the refreshed brand, encouraging greater support for the organisation and attract new clients and prospective employees.

The new website exemplifies this with a fresh, contemporary design focus for enhanced visual appeal and user engagement, including complete responsive design to suit any device and key target audiences.

The Identitywa website was a highly rewarding project to be involved with and we’re really proud of the outcome. Thanks to Tania and the whole team at Identitywa for the opportunity to re-energise their web presence.

View the all new Identitywa website here: