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January 29, 2024
In2Change

Resilience are thrilled to have worked closely with Darren and his amazing team at In2Change over the past twelve months to develop the business's branding, web presence and promotional materials. In2Change are all all about forging meaningful connections and empowering individuals with disabilities to lead truly extraordinary lives while staying connected to their community. We […]

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January 17, 2022
Quay Day Spa Brand Reno

Quay Day Spa in Bellerive is a local favorite for people looking to relax and rejuvenate. They are known for their luxurious spa treatments, like facials, massages and deep tissue bodywork. New owner Stacey recently brought on Resilience to revamp their website design as well as their logo as well to get the best fashion […]

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May 22, 2019
The Globe doesn't fall flat

The Globe Hotel is in its 180th year, having first been established in 1839. To put this in perspective, Ikey Solomon was still walking the streets of Hobart, Texas was still part of Mexico and Charles Darwin was 20 years away from publishing 'The Origin of the Species'. Like Hobart, the Globe Hotel has changed […]

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October 27, 2018
We're Feeling Good!

In the immortal words of Nina Simone - "It's a new dawn / It's a new day / It's a new life for me / I'm feelin' good" and we're so enthusiastic about 2019 and beyond we'll let Nina break into song to set the mood: https://youtu.be/OfJRX-8SXOs Well not exactly a new life, because the […]

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August 28, 2018
Design on Track

We're lucky here at Resilience to have many long term clients who have trusted us over the years to make a real difference to their business by getting their message out over a variety of mediums - traditional and web based. Our awesome clients, Tasmanian Sliding Door Repairs,  are one such business who have utilised […]

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February 13, 2018
The not so humble Flattie

Some of my happiest days were spent at Swansea during school holidays as a kid. Our family were part of the temporary summer wave of "blow ins" that descended on the idyllic little town on Tassies East Coast every summer, setting up residence in our caravan which was permanently on site at the imaginatively named […]

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February 5, 2018
The Freestone Identity

Now here's a project we could really sink our teeth into. New Identity, new web site and all the trimmings. Business cards, letterhead, signage and presentation folders were all items we designed around the new Corporate identity we developed for Freestone Building Surveying. We love crafting new logos and branding for businesses. It gives us […]

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November 13, 2017
Be Safe Out There

I come from a long line of country folk. My forebears were robust types that lived through wars, depressions, droughts, floods and other natural disasters with nary a complaint and a practicality borne from just having to get on with it or you won't be eating anytime soon. They were farmers, graziers and saw millers […]

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October 31, 2017
Stand Out!

At Resilience we've been helping business be seen for over 25 years now. Once synonymous with the Resilience Report, a budget tv advertising and radio advertising package which helped hundreds of Tasmanian businesses showcase their products and services, Resilience helped pioneer cost effective advertising in the Tasmanian market. Hard to believe that the last Resilience […]

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September 12, 2017
Mags and things

I had to visit my doctor this week. The dreaded dog's disease was getting the better of me, threatening to turn into a full blown case of the man flu, which we all know is a fate undeserved for any man and much worse than the female equivalent. Settling in for what turned out to […]

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August 20, 2017
Thank God for the Salvos

Some of my earliest memories are of the Salvation Army Band precariously placed on the narrow footpath outside our home in Dynnyrne belting out the tunes with gusto while my neighbours silenced the rattling collection tin with donations usually consisting of 1 and 2 cent pieces. They'd appear almost by magic, play four or five […]

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August 9, 2017
Hill vs Horsepower

It's on again - next weekend on the 19th of August the little hamlet of Eaglehawk Neck in Tasmania's South East transforms itself into a hotbed of horsepower and derring do as drivers take on the hill between the Lufra Hotel and the Lookout once more. This event is becoming more popular every year and […]

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