Welcome to the portfolio website of Matthew Price. I am a professional graphic designer specialising in print, website design and social media for Catholic organisations, Parishes and Religious Congregations.
After 13 years of working for the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne in both the Vocations and Communications Offices as a senior graphic designer and website developer, I decided to focus on my own graphic design and website development business on a full-time basis in February 2011. This provides me with greater flexibility to assist more Catholic organisations in promoting the Mission of the Church, including the promotion of vocations, through high quality print and website material at affordable prices.
Some of my clients include the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference, Catholic Diocese of Sandhurst, Catholic Religious Australia, Divine Word Missionaries, Catholic Women's League Australia, Catholic Women's League of Victoria and Wagga Wagga, OLSH Sisters, Carmelites and the Catholic Enquiry Centre.
Print design services includes advertising, brochures, business cards, stationery, logo/branding, signage, posters, bookmarks, CD/DVD artwork & duplication, promotional material, desktop publishing and books.
Website services include design, development, content management and training. I specialise in websites built using Joomla which is a very powerful, flexible and user friendly content management system. I can also design and develop WordPress websites or provide html files for use in email signatures.
My friendly and professional service is central to meeting the immediate needs and requirements of my clients and building long term relationships. Special care is taken for each project and the results of this are shown in the quality of my design.
Please browse this website to discover the diversity of my work.
The process of communication nowadays is largely fuelled by questions in search of answers. Search engines and social networks have become the starting point of communication for many people who are seeking advice, ideas, information and answers. In our time, the internet is becoming ever more a forum for questions and answers – indeed, people today are frequently bombarded with answers to questions they have never asked and to needs of which they were unaware.
Attention should be paid to the various types of websites, applications and social networks which can help people today to find time for reflection and authentic questioning, as well as making space for silence and occasions for prayer, meditation or sharing of the word of God.
Pope Benedict XVI
From the Vatican, 24 January 2012, Feast of Saint Francis de Sales.
Message for the 46th World Communications Day [Sunday, 20 May 20 2012]