Dan Moody at Design ID was responsible for redesigning my website, adding functionality, and teaching me how to use WordPress so that I could update the site myself and post blogs like this one. He was patient, efficient and prompt in his responses to my questions – he provided an outstanding service.
Dan works out of an office at Parliament Coworking Hobart, 1 Brooke Street – a large, flexible workspace in an old sail-making loft, right on the waterfront. Here, members can rent space and build relationships with other individuals who include remote workers, designers, writers, photographers, architects, researchers and retailers. The aim of Parliament Coworking is to promote financial viability, environmental sustainability and broad community benefit. Many processes in the loft are automated and mostly paperless, low energy appliances are used and the space is furnished with new and old fittings. Every month, part of their profit is donated to Brightside Farm Sanctuary, Tasmania Island Ark (Greening Australia) and Kickstart Arts. A great enterprise.
Thanks again, Dan!