Who’s Doing What on indesignlive.com is creating a stir. Already we’ve received submissions from NSW and Victorian firms. Now it’s time for the other states to step up and get their projects featured on indesignlive. New entries include: Design Clarity1:1 ArchitectsV-Arc Remember that all projects submitted to Who’s Doing What, will be considered by our […]
March 26th, 2009
Who’s Doing What on indesignlive.com is creating a stir. Already we’ve received submissions from NSW and Victorian firms. Now it’s time for the other states to step up and get their projects featured on indesignlive.
Remember that all projects submitted to Who’s Doing What, will be considered by our magazine editors (Indesign, DQ and Habitus) for possible inlcusion in print.
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