Building unique, compelling engagement experiences for digital since 2000.
The three pillars of Cyberbia are timeliness, accuracy, and innovation. Our roots are in the printing, design and advertising industries. Combined with passions around industrial design, coding and app development, we have built a niche around the scoping, coding and support of highly-customised UI/UX solutions for digital and mobile.
Most of our clients are in the ICT and services spaces, so we understand the value you place on building and maintaining brand integrity through consistent customer service experiences on all touch points. Our solutions are device agnostic wherever possible, and we pride ourselves on pinch-hitting at the eleventh hour.
Expo has emerged as an area of significant business interest for us. Increasingly we find clients are looking for painless ways to deliver end-to-end registration, check-in and engagement solutions for large customer and internal events. Our proprietary event registration technologies combined with the ability to skin the interface puts us in a very special position here.
With offices in Sydney and West Virginia, we work around the clock…literally.
Colin completed a lithographic printing apprenticeship in 1982 and spent six years driving Heidelbergs and Rolands before moving into advertising. He founded Cyberbia in 2000.
An industrial design graduate and administrator extraordinaire, Tony is our resident IA and systems thinker. In his spare time he races remote-controlled nitro cars.
Currently completing a Masters in Design Futures, Graham has experience in everything from copywriting to video direction. He also has mean piano skills.
A self-taught coder, Greg runs our West Virginia office. He is passionate about robust, logical solutions for eCommerce, mobile registration, and everything in between.
A lecturer and published author on C#, Ko-Hsin’s coding expertise is formidable. Fast, responsive and extremely agile, he also makes a killer coffee.
Imagine someone who codes all day on everything from .ASP to HTML emails. Then gets up and does it all again. This is why we love Paul.
Like what you see? Thank Luke. Our in-house graphic designer, Luke is also a superb photographer and a keen devotee of typographical trends.