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OnVoiceOver is all about profiling the projects and work of Australian creatives.

Australia is full of enterprising individuals, partnerships, and collectives, all doing something unique and different. And we’re all about hearing the voice behind the idea, and finding out makes it all tick.

OnVoiceOver is also something of an archive, or a time capsule, and a way of keeping a record of projects and events. It is a periodical, published in edition format.

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Oh, and the name OnVoiceOver? It’s a play on the scripting event handler OnMouseOver. But you already knew that, didn’t you?!


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That’s functional not pretty.


Thanks to the following (in no particular order) for mentions of, links to, or plugs for, OnVoiceOver.

Coolstop, Australian INfront, weAREtheIMAGEmakers, Urban Collective, TheNews, Lost At E Minor, Artists WA, The Man in Blue, Ben Bailey, John Allsopp, AustralianBlogs, Shift Japan, Gomma Magazine, featured.se, Newstoday®, Design Directory, BucketFountain, CSS blue, The Australian Index, and everyone else.

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