Designing change, together

Paper Giant is a strategic design consultancy. We help you to understand and solve complex problems, together with your customers and communities.

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Paper Giant is a strategic design consultancy that helps organisations understand and solve complex problems, with their customers and communities.

About

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We can help you navigate COVID-19 and its impacts on workplaces, teams, and individual wellbeing. 

Paper Giant has helped a number of organisations understand their workforce needs and plan for changes in response to COVID-19. We can help you understand how to support your staff, make decisions on your future workplace and ways of working, and plan for a future full of diverse needs and distributed teams.

Our Employee Experience services

Latest news

“Better than normal”: The 2021 workplace

The workplace of the near-term future is likely to be a hybrid of face-to-face and remote work: some employees are keen to return, others want at least part-time WFH to become permanent. Managing this adaptively is going to take skill, flexibility and understanding of best practice, but if we do it right, we can make […]

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Design Festival Canberra Panel Event

From 9-29 November, DESIGN Canberra will experiment with new ideas & the best of design, hosting over 200 events, exhibitions, talks, tours, activations, markets, collaborations, artist studios and open homes. The festival, now in its 7th year, is for all interests and ages and most events are free. As a part of the 2020 program, […]

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PG #70: Strategy in uncertain times

As strategists and designers, we trade in the future. Our entire industry is built around organisations seeing something wrong with their trajectory and looking for help to course-correct. Typically the time spans we work within are reasonably stable, but these days even the near-term is deeply uncertain. Below are a few suggestions to help organisations […]

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Designing Communities of Care

Date: 12th November 2020Time: 5:30pm – 6:30pmLocation: Remote Info and tickets In recent months the experience of work has undergone a dramatic shift, and that change is far from over. In this new work environment, design practitioners need to reconsider how we create safe spaces for participation and elevate the voices of others. Designing Communities […]

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PG #69: We need humanities experts now more than ever

The Australian government claimed its recent cuts to university funding were about shifting students from humanities subjects into “job-ready” STEM degrees. This was a lie – it was an across-the-board cut that reduced funding for STEM subjects as well.  This is clearly ideological –  it’s an attempt to shift the overall cost of university education from governments to […]

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Our services
Situate

Social Research. Quantitative Research. Data Science. Strategic Foresight.

Accelerate

Facilitation. Capability Building. Partnering.

Generate

Co-Design. Service Design. Experience Design. Employee Experience. Communication Design. Policy Design. Prototyping. Innovation. Business Transformation.

Evaluate

Monitoring. Evaluation. Validation.

 

If you're interested in working with us, just get in touch.

Email: hello@papergiant.net
Call: +61 (03) 9112 0514

 

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2 Russell Street
Melbourne,
VIC, 3000
Australia

Canberra

Level 3
17-21 University Avenue
Canberra
ACT, 2600
Australia

Paper Giant acknowledges the Wurundjeri and Boonwurrung people of the Kulin nation, and the Ngunnawal people as the Traditional Owners of the lands on which our offices are located, and the Traditional Owners of Country on which we meet and work throughout Australia. We recognise that sovereignty over the land has never been ceded, and pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.