Drawing on the University of Tasmania’s rich history and tapping into their deep archives, we delivered an engaging interactive timeline experience as the centerpiece for their 125th anniversary celebrations.
Sense-T is an innovative partnership that harnesses sensor network technology to benefit the economy, industry, community and researchers. We built an engaging interactive report to highlight their achievements.
Digital Ready is a government funded initiative to help small and medium businesses make meaningful engagement with their customers online. Working with the state governments style guide and high accessibility standards we delivered a platform that is both useful and playful.
Casey has over nine years of web development and client management experience. He has managed web projects for large private and public sector organisations and Government departments across Australia.
He values high quality design and innovative technologies. He likes to eat coco pops.
Working in web development for seven years, Tim brings a depth of software and backend (systems) development knowledge to the team.
He has an appreciation for mathematical elegance and functional programming.
With over five years of professional web development experience and a passion for interaction design, Jonny is our frontend (user interface) development lead.
As a practicing street artist and photographer, Jonny has a keen eye for visual details. If he's not at work programming, he's either eating eggs benny, painting drains, or programming at home.
Masni has worked as a designer and developer in the web and creative industries for over ten years. As our design lead, she cares about the user's needs and creating websites that are useful and delightful.
Masni likes coffee, dinosaurs, and holding Casey to his promise of installing a workplace slide.
With three years working in the industry, Seb has brought robust software practices in both user interface and systems development to Takeflight.
Seb is passionate about making user experiences that are enjoyable and engaging from the client side through to the core of the product. He's probably the only software developer in Tasmania who doesn't use Twitter.
Liam formed an interest in computing at a very young age. Currently attending high school, Liam started work experience at Takeflight in August 2014 and has been employed since April 2015. He mostly works on backend development.
Liam enjoys creating functional modules which extend the capabilities of Wagtail beyond content entry. He is also a diehard Manchester United fan.
While still studying computing at University, Ducky made her start with web in early 2015. She loves it and continues to aspire to learn about all different areas. Her other great interests lay in Games Tech, HCI, GIS and pets. In her spare time she also loves to snowboard, sail, teach kids to code, and play games.
Ducky is in fact, not a duck and would prefer to fight 100 duck sized horses.
Luke has over ten years’ experience as a designer after graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. He has received several design awards, had work featured in international publications and has completed many design projects for Mona. Luke brings a high-end artistic style to Takeflight’s design team.
Luke also runs his own t-shirt label and has had designs featured on many websites and blogs around the world.
We are a web agency based in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia located at Factory Floor.
We are highly skilled and experienced developers and designers. We collaborate to create innovative, accessible and engaging websites and web apps.
We believe that highly crafted web experiences don’t come out of a box. We like to challenge ourselves. We are driven to innovate for our clients and users. We deliver creative and technical excellence.
We work with the web, but we are especially experienced in: