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Crossroads

Crossroads

A collaboration between Tusitala and The Tapestry Project, Crossroads is an interactive story that explores mental health challenges in the workplace. Readers will get to experience the perspectives of characters at different stages of their career as they navigate potential stress factors such as an inescapable workplace culture, the pressure of climbing the corporate ladder…

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Book Trips

Book Trips

Rediscover travel and tourism through 15 short stories, essays, and poems, which take you to iconic places like Raffles Hotel and Changi Airport, as well as off the beaten path to locations like Tanjong Pagar Railway Station and Singapore Race Course.

Take a day trip with local authors and explore the island anew. Read the excerpts, play simple quizzes, and take touristy photos with AR filters created by local artists.

Everyday Superwomen

Everyday Superwomen

#EverydaySuperwomen was a project we happened upon quite randomly, that quickly evolved into what you see today – a celebration of International Women’s Day 2017 that we’re incredibly proud of. As Women’s Day approached, we asked ourselves how we might go about celebrating the many amazing women we know who are in leadership roles in…

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Motor Accident Guide Website

Motor Accident Guide Website

For the Motor Accident Guide website, the team was mindful of the various considerations at hand – this was the client’s first time going completely digital with their book, their target audience included segments of individuals who might not be as digitally savvy as the rest, and that the website needed to exude clarity and…

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SMU Grow

SMU Grow

SMU Grow is an initiative by Singapore Management University that encourages staff, faculty and students to participate in urban farming on campus, learn about sustainability and make a positive change to the community. We’re big fans of the values behind SMU Grow and wanted to get involved! We asked ourselves how we could leverage on…

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Nee Soon Chinese Website

Nee Soon Chinese Website

This website being geared towards the older, Chinese-educated demographic, we approached the project’s design and development accordingly. As consultants, Tusitala advised the client to keep their signature white palette to evoke familiarity, while keeping few splashes of red and blue to maintain consistency with the English website. The UI and UX was also targeted towards…

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Tevent

Tevent

The Tevent website was a tribute to our design capabilities, and a great example of us doing the creative work that nourishes us. The onus of creative direction on us, we gave the product a digital presence to match – from choosing the appropriate visual look-and-feel for the website, to choosing themes that showcase its…

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Nee Soon English Website

Nee Soon English Website

This project saw us take on a consultant role, beyond playing to our strengths in design and development. The client came in wanting a revamp of their website, hoping to make it more lively and current to appeal to a younger demographic. Challenge accepted! From putting together mood boards to echo their brand identity, to…

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