Anthologie’s technology team continues to grow with the recent appointment of Lead Developer, David Meyer.
Meyer is a creative technologist well-versed in all areas of agency work. From running his own business, Mirage Mahal, he brings a broad spectrum of experience that spans almost every digital application including 3D, architectural visualisation, XR/AR/VR, SaaS, mobile apps, interactive web experiences, and film. With a Webby Award and theatre writing credits to his name, he’s worked with big WA brands like Curtin University, Perth Glory, West Coast Fever, and West Coast Eagles.
“Looking at our work over the next twelve months, there’s an increasing call for technology that can ethically engage audiences and inspire action. David’s broad cross-section of skills and experience is a perfect fit for our team as we grow to meet this call,” said Anthologie Digital Director, Niaal Holder.
Meyer joins a team of specialist experience designers and technologists, where his first project is developing the “Lost Birds” platform, a modern web application featuring wiki-like content curation to encourage involvement from the vast global birding community. Focused on experience and performance, this product is being developed for the American Bird Conservancy. It is due to launch in November 2022.
Anthologie’s tech team is due to get stuck into the development of the Homelessness Portal for the Department of Communities, a transformative application connecting people experiencing homelessness with emergency support and accommodation.
Pictured above left to right: Eddie Zhang, Niaal Holder, Jenni Wallis, Hannah Carpenter, Pascal Bompard, Drew Smith, David Meyer