Domenic has over twenty-five years experience working within Wayfinding and Signage design. His first major project was the Wayfinding planning for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games.
As a Senior designer, he has designed significant, complex Wayfinding solutions for many sectors of public environments including major events, healthcare, education and transport.
Since 2001, Domenic has completed over 28 Healthcare commissions across Australia and New Zealand.
He has developed considerable expertise in Wayfinding for Healthcare with his most notable projects include the award winning Lady Cilento Children's Hospital.
Domenic is skilled and highly knowledgeable about the implementing of Accessible signage, and has a thorough understanding of the Building Code of Australia and Australian Standards. He holds a Bachelor of Applied Science Built Environment, QUT and a Graduate Diploma in Industrial Design, QUT.
We are dotdash, an interdisciplinary design practice focused on wayfinding strategy.
We help millions of people find their way around our complex urban environments.