Brendan Hibbert has worked in the publishing and graphic design industry since 1994.
After completing a Bachelor of Visual Arts (with a Graphic Design major) at LaTrobe University Bendigo, Brendan worked with London based Oneill Modern Media, designing and developing a number of web sites, producing motion graphic work as well as contributing to numerous European corporate branding projects. On his return to Melbourne he worked with Visual Jazz as a senior designer responsible for managing major campaigns for Simonds Homes, Bang & Olufsen, Smorgon Group and packaging requirements for Defence Force Recruiting. Visit his LINKED-IN profile here.
Brendan now lectures in Graphic Design at the North Metropolitan TAFE (formerly Central Institute of Technology), is a current councillor (past president and past national council member) for the Australian Graphic Design Association and maintains Brendan Hibbert Design as a small studio practice.
Brendan supports the Australian Graphic Design Association in Western Australia and is working hard to elevate the profile of the Australian Design industry. What better way to help your business succeed then to help the entire public perception of design in general.
After eleven years of specialist graphic design lecturing with North Metropolitan TAFE (formerly Central Institute of Technology), Brendan is still just as passionate about design education as ever. Recent finalist of the Staff Service Award and recognised by the college as an ASL 2.
The web has come a long way and WordPress is leading every trend in well supported and amazingly rich content management experiences. BHD develops exclusively in WordPress, creating creative and uniquely customised online experiences, with feature rich extensions and training you how to maintain it.
Everyone needs an outlet and play a role in a creative community. After all ART IS WHAT MAKES US HUMAN. Brendan is a founding member of this worldwide collective and forever busy re-thinking traditional public art, political and social media and confronting the evolution of capitalism.