Last week we sent our graphic design department (head office in Tasmania) all the way to Joondalup in Western Australia, on a ‘scorebaord augmentation’ assignment: namely, to re-paint the big scoreboard with some advertising for ourselves.
All went well, until we got the bill! Our accounts department had factored in flights and accommodation and other travel expenses (meals, wardrobe, sunblock…) but hadn’t counted on how much the paint and labour was going to cost.
So this week we sent the team to a smaller scoreboard, and one much closer to home: New Norfolk in Tassie.
And we’re pleased as punch with the result.
Up above you’ll see the old New Norfolk scoreboard, and below you’ll see how, with just a little imagination, it looks now.