Heath joined the Dotdash practice in 2006, and was appointed to Associate in 2014.
Within the Dotdash team, Heath is responsible for the coordination of staff, clients, and stakeholders, as well as overseeing the collaborative design process while working alongside other design practices.
As Associate, Heath’s key focus is on strategic wayfinding planning, and analysis. Within this scope, He possess a refined ability to identify and understanding project parameters and the real needs of the end users, whilst also ensuring projects run efficiently from concept development to final resolution.
Heath has led a range of large-scale national and international projects, among which is the internationally awarded Sunshine Coast Regional Council’s Wayfinding and Signage Style Guide. Heath’s recent project work includes Sydney Light Rail Network and Ferry Terminal, Nadi Airport Fiji, Mackay Airport, Mackay City Centre Master Plan, Brisbane City Council New Ferry Terminals.
Heath graduated with Honors, from Manchester Metropolitan University, where he received a Bachelor of Art in Graphic Design. Heath is a member of the Society of Experiential Graphic Design (USA).
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