Profile

"Design in art, is a recognition of the relation between various things, various elements in the creative flux. You can't invent a design. You recognise it, in the fourth dimension. That is, with your blood and your bones, as well as with your eyes."
D. H. Lawrence
CrewMark Pty Ltd is a Digital Design Solutions company based in Australia. We have been established for over 20 years and have serviced a large variety of customers from Small Business to Blue Chip and Government.

CrewMark has spent the last fifteen years developing remote design solutions for our customers. We work with professional designers, programmers and consultants in over 6 countries around the world and service customers in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, India, Japan, Hong Kong, the UK and the USA.

Our Philosophy

Creativity is somewhere inside us all. It may be hidden deep, but it's still there waiting to be found. The good thing is it's not that hard to find. Every experience you have adds to the possibilities for your future. Using these experiences in ways that improve your present and future work or life style is creative thought.

We're not here to tell you how best to run your business or sell your product, we are here to help provide the solutions to do this. Your experiences are as important as ours, you know your business, so tell us about it. We listen, learn and create a solution based on your idea using our market experience. This synergy means we all work towards a common goal, with a solution that makes sense.

Our Beginning

In 1992 Matt Brady started CrewMark Promotions, a design and merchandising business based in Sydney, Australia. The business originally catered to the music industry, especially product merchandising.

With the introduction of the web browser in the mid 90’s, huge possibilities opened in the design industry. CrewMark, along with another progressive young company, Sightwave, invested in a web server and started producing design solutions for companies interested in having a web presence. We were arguably the first design company to introduce online digital proofing and started Australia's first online music merchandise shop for Neil Diamond's 1998 tour.

By 1998 CrewMark had expanded and moved office to North Sydney where we produced both the Business Product Review and the Tourism and Hospitality Update magazines as well as picking up some major corporate accounts including Toyota, Borland Software (now Embarcadero Technologies), Thomson Publishing and Micropay.

In 2002 CrewMark Promotions became CrewMark Pty Ltd and positioned itself as a design, branding and web solutions company. We restarted research into a remote worker network and through unique online programs have successfully run the company from various parts of Australia, New Zealand and Europe. We will soon have information available to help others become remote workers and without missing out on "the good things in life".

Our Evolution

In 2005 CrewMark opened it's Byron Bay office and we have been evolving our systems to allow for remote design management. This has allowed Matt to continue his philosophy of helping regional communities grow through the movement of "living funds" from the city to regional areas.

In 2006 CrewMark launched it's Signage Division and in 2008 launched it's eMarketing service "eMcubed®" as a response to client requirements.

Since 2009 CrewMark has been pivotal in the creation and development of  affordable housing companies and fire resistant, environmentally friendly building products.

CrewMark - Environmental Impact

We are very serious about the amount of environmental impact we will leave our future designers. CrewMark endeavours to keep our footprint down to a minimum by utilising environmental initiatives such as:

  • use of low energy production systems
  • recycling all recyclable materials
  • using recycled paper and soy based process inks where possible
  • running our development systems on "Green" energy

CrewMark is a proud supporter of the community radio show, The Bohemian Beat, on BayFM Byron Bay.

Matt Brady