WSU student redesigns PropTech Startup, Anility’s logo through the award-winning studio, RabbitHole

Through the Urban Futures Accelerator program, Anility, a startup that’s developed a suite of powerful new tools designed to protect construction projects from contractor risk, has rebranded with Western Sydney University design student’s support.

Design Credit: WSU Student – Chantelle Micallef

The new design incorporates Anility’s core qualities. The two arcs coming together like hands symbolise trust while also forming a checkbox that suggests a tick of approval. The shape of the logo itself acts as a shield, demonstrating Anility’s role in safeguarding construction.

Anility is focused on being a secure platform that identifies and mitigate risks to improve Australian construction. What do you think of their new look?

Special thanks to Western Sydney University student, Chantelle Micallef for designing it and the team at Rabbit Hole for facilitating this placement.

This example is a great showcase of how Western Sydney University students are given real-world experiences to demonstrate their skills and knowledge, as well as the opportunity for businesses to engage with the young and brilliant talent available here at Western through Technology Business Incubator, Launch Pad.

Main Image: Patrick Connolly, Founder and CEO of Anility, Participant of the Urban Futures 2020 Program

Rebecca Pham
Rebecca Pham

Program Manager at Launch Pad

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