Projects

This portfolio showcases our services through a diverse collection of recent and past projects from clients in Adelaide and interstate.

Recent projects

South Australian Suffragettes

In collaboration with South Australian Parliament and Department for Education and Child Development, the ‘South Australian Suffragettes’ website, an online inquiry-based resource was developed. Intended for Years 6 and 9 students, it facilitates the Australian Curriculum: Civics and Citizenship, English, Geography and History. Students learn about the valuable contribution that the South Australian Suffragettes movement made to equality and human rights; and the effect individuals can have when acting together for a common goal.  Read on...

Sewage Sleuths

The Sewage Sleuths website is an online inquiry-based resource developed in partnership with Department for Education and Child Development and SA Water. Aimed at Year 7 students, it facilitates the Australian Curriculum: Mathematics, Geography and Science. Students learn about the sewage treatment process and apply this knowledge to solve problem scenarios at a fictitious wastewater plant.  Read on...

The Curator’s Table

The Curator’s Table website is an online educational resource developed in partnership with Outreach Education (Department for Education and Child Development). Aimed at Years 6 and 9 students, it facilitates the Australian Curriculum: History. The first chapter, which is currently available, explores the affect of World War I on Germans living in South Australia.  Read on...

Indigitube

Rightside and Indigenous Community Television Limited (ICTV), worked jointly on the redevelopment of the Indigitube website. Similar in concept to ‘YouTube’, Indigitube provides a collection of on-demand video streaming content for and by Indigenous people in remote Australia.  Read on...

Outreach Education

Outreach Education (Department for Education and Child Development) collaborated with Rightside to create a centralised resource that South Australian teachers can search and access Outreach Education program information across 12 public organisation sites.  Read on...

Changing Worlds

Changing Worlds: A South Australian story website is an online educational resource. It facilitates the teaching and learning of the Australian Curriculum priority Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures for students in Years 4 and 5.  Read on...

The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker

The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker, a project of Uniting Communities, worked with Rightside to upgrade their website. The project monitors government commitments to Anangu (Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara peoples). It advocates for the timely delivery of key infrastructure, services and programs to improve the lives of people in South Australian remote Aboriginal communities.  Read on...

Australia’s Muslim Cameleers

The Australia’s Muslim Cameleers website is an interactive resource based on the exhibition and book Australia’s Muslim Cameleers, Pioneers of the Inland 1860s–1930s, published by Wakefield Press. The website was created in collaboration with the South Australian Museum, and supported by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship.  Read on...

Past projects

Tangerine

Rightside’s colour management software, Tangerine provides graphic designers and creative professionals with an ability to use palettes across multiple unrelated applications on Mac OS X. It addresses a constant issue many designers face, the ability to use the same palette across multiple applications.   Read on...

Looking Back, Moving Forward

The Koorie Heritage Trust Inc and Rightside worked together to create an interactive CD-Rom, entitled Looking Back, Moving Forward, The Journey of the Stolen Generations of Victoria; an educational resource for the Stolen Generations and Primary Schools in South Eastern Australia.  Read on...

Ara Winki: Life on the Pitjantjatjara Lands

Ara Winki: Life on the Pitjantjatjara Lands tells the story of Anangu: Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara people living in the northwest corner of South Australia. Through images, films, sound recordings and text, this interactive educational program explores the richness and complexity of Anangu lives. The National Council funded the Pitjantjatjara Council Inc for the Centenary of Federation.  Read on...

Douglas Mann