The Narragunnawali program enables primary and secondary educational institutions in Australia to create official Reconciliation Action Plans (RAPs) while also providing a wealth of professional learning and curriculum resources to support educators across all levels.
Narragunnawali required a sophisticated platform to deliver teaching resources that could be adapted by schools and students alike, all with varying needs and desires.
Partnering with design firm Gilimbaa and using research from university partner ANU, Digital Makers created a large scale web application that’s accessible and incredibly powerful in delivering the educational resources necessary to affect change in communities across Australia.
Built upon a rock-solid foundation and designed with future features to roll out over time, every stakeholder on this project is proud of what the platform has become.
Today the Narragunnwali program has gained 80,000+ active users, with a quarterly growth rate of almost 9%. That's over 7700+ Reconciliation Action Plans across the platform, with more growing each day.
Incredibly positive user feedback, and a very happy client.
“Reconciliation Australia’s Narragunnawali: Reconciliation in Education team are proud to maintain a positive, long-standing relationship with Digital Makers, without whom the Narragunnawali online platform wouldn’t be the rich and robust tool that it is today.
We appreciate the heart and humanity that Digital Makers bring to the ‘digital world,’ and the continued care and consideration that the Digital Makers team has demonstrated in working alongside our team over the years.
Digital Makers understand ‘who’ and ‘how’ we are as a client, and meaningfully challenge us to work collaboratively towards innovative solutions.”