Sarah and Rachel joined forces in 2004 to establish dd(too). They found that they had a similar work ethic and sense of humour, and relished the opportunity of bringing their considerable experience together to create well designed projects. Their collaborative style and unique combination of skills has resulted in an effective team and a lot of happy clients. Eliza (dd(three)?) joined the team to expand the web development side of the business.
When required dd(too) calls on a number of experienced consultants to assist with special areas of web and communication development. This enables dd(too) to build an individual response to any project.
Sarah Drury is a graphic designer with over 18 years experience. She studied at the University of Technology, Sydney, graduating with first class honours. After working in both private design consultancies and a government agency she decided to “go it alone”. As a sole trader she has completed many design projects, from print design through to environmental graphic design and signage, for both public and private sector clients. Her design practice is informed by an understanding and interest in the processes of visual communication and a belief that successful design solutions address these communication issues, as well as achieving visual appeal and style.
For the last 26 years Rachel Dulson has been a small business owner and operator, successfully written and published three books, whilst raising two daughters. For five years she worked with her husband in his interior design practice where, called upon to design and build the company website, she discovered the challenges and rewards of designing for the web. A proud autodidact, Rachel set about developing the skills and knowledge required to design and develop material for the internet.
Eliza Dulson heads up dd(too)'s web development. After completing an advanced diploma in Marketing and Events Management at Macleay College, Sydney in 2008 and gaining industry knowledge from an internet interactive marketing specialist she joined the team at the beginning of 2010.