Coco spends her days at Rowdy greeting clients at the front door and helpfully escorting staff members from their desks to the kitchen and back.
Ash is a Canberra based Graphic, Web and UX Designer with over seven years professional experience as both an agency and in-house designer in private and government organisations.
As the Senior Designer at Rowdy Digital, Ash is responsible for the concept development and creation of all design work for the company. Her design work experience ranges from the creation of full brand identity, website and customer relationship management systems, site-mapping and wireframes, marketing collateral including EDMs, reports, brochures, signage as well and brand guidelines for new
and existing clients.
Kenzo has completed his certificate in Kindergarten and has excelled in making friends and bringing in cool things for show and tell. One of the highlights from Kenzo’s year in Kindergarten was winning an award for keeping his hands and feet to himself.
From the age of two Kenzo has practiced Aikido and can pretty much only roll around, run around and say hi-ya. Kenzo also enjoys swimming, although not in the big pool and is an up and coming breakdancer.
Feedback from Kenzo’s first teacher revealed he was breaching the OH&S standards by continuing to break dance in class with teachers and children around. So far he has not won an award for not breakdancing in class.
Llewella has had an extensive career in marketing, communications and media for private enterprise and government. Llewella returned to Australia nine years ago from senior marketing positions with the Guardian Media Group in the UK and Southern Cross Austereo in Asia to work in federal government in Canberra.
During Llewella’s time in federal government she was a senior communications adviser for a Coordinator General, Chief of Staff for the Hon Alan Tudge MP, led a $200 million program to partner with the largest companies in Australia, led communications for the Referendum Council and refocused stakeholder engagement for the Office for Women.
Now Llewella is the co-founder and head of strategy at Rowdy Digital, a female owned creative and digital agency that use design thinking to deliver projects that create high social impact and economic empowerment of women.
Scott Beardow completed his Diploma in Software Development in 2004 and since then has worked commercially and independently using a multitude of technologies in both software and web development. Scotts career over the past several years has seen him working overseas, interstate and locally. Scott become interested in building software after creating his own digital audio effect plugins while studying music and worked as an audio programmer for many years before turning to web development.
Outside of work Scott is a keen oil painter and electronic musician. His oil paintings have been exhibited and sold in galleries in Sydney, the South Coast and Canberra.
Within Rowdy Digital Scott works as a full stack developer building both front and back end web applications.
Tatiana graduated with a Bachelor of Software Engineering and went on to work closely with university administration to develop and maintain web applications, flexible multi-site templates, and data analysis tools. As a programmer, Tatiana favours creative projects and full-stack development for its variety of challenges.
At Rowdy Digital, Tatiana translates designs and functional requirements into responsive websites, web applications, and e-newsletters.
Judy’s 30 years of diverse experience allows her to focus on the what she absolutely love doing – facilitating workshops and giving business, marketing and communications advice.
Most of Judy’s work is with small organisations – either small businesses or arts and cultural bodies.
But she also enjoy working with individuals using the same workshop model to identify where they want to be and how they’ll get there.
Ben has spent over 20 years in the graphic arts and creative industry in Canberra. Beginning in the printing industry as a prepress operator, Ben fine tuned his eye for detail and exacting standards, before moving on a career in design and advertising. In roles ranging from production management, finished art, account management and operations, Ben has experienced all facets of producing design and marketing for clients in both the private and public sectors.
As Rowdy Digital’s general manager, Ben leads the team in providing quality, timely and friendly service to all clients.
Lakyn has a degree in Graphic Design and has joined the Design industry as an account manager at Rowdy Digital. Previously she worked with in the Public Service in client service and marketing roles.
At Rowdy Digital Lakyn works with clients to deliver a great range of projects, in both print and digital fields.