Resonance is a boutique communications consultancy. We're not the largest in town. But we're big on the important things, like service and quality. We listen. We're here when you need us. We make it our business to understand yours. And we don't have a preconceived, franchised way of doing things. We'll tailor our services and handpick a team of trusted creatives to suit your project. And we really do love what we do.
What we do
Listen. Think. Discuss. Create.
We turn thinking into words and words into action. Tell us what you want to achieve and we'll help create a strategy that will get you there. We're experts in:
We specialise in turning the complex into the simple. We work on highly sensitive projects and multi-million dollar tenders. We're experts In:
We collaborate with a small team of hand-picked specialists to work on projects. We only work with those we trust and who deliver outstanding work. This allows us to pick the right team for your project and to scale our resources to suit. We can do:
Who we are
We love what we do.
Diana founded Resonance in 2010. She has an extensive background in strategic communications and writing across government and the private sector. Diana loves the challenge of turning complex concepts and information into stories that resonate.
Diana studied Economics/Commerce at the University of Melbourne and has a
Diploma of Arts (Professional Writing and Editing) from RMIT.
Karen is a highly respected PR and writing professional with a life-long love of words. During her 20-year career, Karen has been employed as an in-house communications manager, senior agency consultant and, most recently, a freelance publicist and specialist writer and editor.
She has a Bachelor of Arts (Public Relations) from RMIT.
Sonia is our resident design guru. She is a creative problem solver, with outstanding skills in design, attention to detail and a proven track record of successfully delivering the needs of the client on time and above expectations. An adventurer at heart who is always willing to try new things and take on challenging projects.