Graphic and Web design covers a wide variety of areas, suffice to say, here at Privaro Design we spread our expertise across the following areas:

  • Advertising
  • Book Design
  • Branding
  • Conferences
  • Conference Photography
  • Corporate Logos
  • Magazines and Journals
  • Signage
  • Websites


In the modern era, video and animation have become an essential technique in both engaging an audience and visually telling a story in a short period of time. Web videos and presentations are increasingly becoming more sophisticated, Privaro Design can design and customise animations to suit a particular corporate brand.

Web development has changed significantly in the past 5 years, gone are the days of websites that only the designer can update. Now it’s all about Content Management Systems, the most popular being WordPress. Over 90% of our websites these days are built in WordPress for a number of reasons, not least of which is it’s ease of use without the need to understand and coding.


Corporate presentations are a vital part of portraying a message to an audience, be they internal staff, or conference delegates. The message must be clear and succinct, it must be on-brand and above all, it must be engaging and memorable. Privaro Design have designed Powerpoint and Keynote presentations for companies like Coles, Target, BP and many others.


The Right Tools For The Right Solution. Every Time.

The Brief

The most essential part of the whole design process is a clear and precise brief. We pride ourselves on asking the tough questions, when required, in order to fully understand the project requirements.

The Creative Process

The next stage is the creative interpretation of the written brief. After the initial consultations, we present several visual concepts for a new project for review, with the preferred option being finessed until approved.

Project Delivery

The final stage of the process is the ‘roll-out’. The approved concept is adapted across a variety of both print and electronic formats. To see the new project come to life is the most rewarding part of the process.