Dianna Wells founded DWD in 1994. Based in North Melbourne at The Meat Market, the studio focuses on the design of identities, publications and digital projects for cultural and corporate clients.

Our collaborative approach results in producing work that is memorable, strategic, carefully planned and meticulously crafted, in a visual language that clearly brands a client’s products, and inspires and informs its audience.

DWD collaborates with a number of other design-related specialists to assist with various projects, such as photographers, writers, editors, web-developers and printers.

Recent Clients

Adult Learning Australia
Australian Chamber Choir
Australian Sports Museum
BreaCan
Concerto Analytics
Craft Victoria
Ethical Investment Services
Financial Counselling Victoria
Friends of the Royal Botanic Gardens – Melbourne
Grattan Institute
James McCaughey
Jess McCaughey
Learning First
Nyinkka Nyunyu Art and Culture Centre
Ormond Ski Club
Ovarian Cancer Australia
RMIT Gallery
Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria
Royal Women’s Hospital
Senversa
Trawalla Group

About Dianna Wells

Dianna Wells began her design career by co-founding Another Planet Posters in Melbourne in the mid 1980s. The studio designed and screen-printed posters for community groups on issues related to the environment, arts, disability and cultural identity. Dianna went on to work as a senior designer for the City of Melbourne in the early 1990’s working on projects for Postcode 3000 and  Swanston Walk before founding Dianna Wells Design.

Juries

Australian Graphic Design Association (AGDA) Awards, 2008
Australian Poster Annual, The State of Design Festival, 2009

Boards

AGDA Councillor, Victorian Chapter 2006–07
AGDA National Awards Committee 2002

Publications

AGDA Award Compendiums 2004, 2006
Graphic Agitation (Phaidon)
Poster Graphics (PIE Books)
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Teaching

Monash University, Communication Design: Teachers Associate
RMIT University, Communication Design: Lecturer

Collections

The State Library of Victoria
National Gallery of Australia

Photo: Ponch Hawkes