Australia’s leading wayfinding and visual communication designers.
We work within built and natural environments.

Multilingual Pedestrian Wayfinding System. Brisbane.

Dotdash has a 35-year history with a breadth and depth of experience
across all building sectors.

We are commissioned for public and private projects including
transport, healthcare, urban precincts, public realm, parklands and
open spaces, cultural, civic, sport, education and research, major events,
interpretation, corporate and commercial.

Waltzing Matilda Centre. Winton.
Queensland Children’s Hospital. Brisbane.
Museum of Contemporary Art Australia. Sydney.

We are trusted project partners and proactive collaborators
working with government bodies, architects, landscape architects,
urban designers, and major contractors.

Our design approach establishes identity and legibility of spaces,
and considers the character of place, the needs of all people,
and the significance of culture.

The University of Queensland. Queensland.
TfNSW Light Rail. Sydney.

We work in Australia, the UK, Europe, North America and the Middle East.

Australia Pavilion. Expo 2020. Dubai.
FIFA Arab World Cup. Qatar 2022.
Sydney 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Sydney.
Athens 2004 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Athens.
Beijing 2008 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Beijing.
Sunshine Coast Regional Council Wayfinding System. Noosa Heads.
Herston Quarter Heritage Precinct. Brisbane.
Cairns Performing Arts Centre. Cairns.
Darlinghurst Road. Kings Cross. Sydney.
ANZAC 100 year Gallipoli Memorial. Burpengary.
Cairns School of Arts. Cairns.
Mount Archer National Park. Rockhampton.
Newman College. Cairns.
Multilingual Pedestrian Wayfinding System Hub Signs. Brisbane.
Mt Coot-tha Precinct. Brisbane.
Thomas Dixon Centre Home of the Queensland Ballet. Brisbane.
Sutherland Shire Waterway Markers. Sydney.

Image Credits

Andrew Rankin, Diana Snape, Florian Groehn, Andrew Watson,
Angus Martin, Alanna McTiernan, Andy Myah, Chas Pope,
Yanni van Zijl, Reuben Ross, Sam Stewart, Larraine Henning,
Christopher Wardle, Mark Tatarinoff.

Dotdash Wordmark

Designed in 2000 by Mark Ross and Jennifer Marchant.


Set in Futura and Palatino, and developed by Caleb Gittins.