Project4 Digital Design was founded by Austin Madinga in 2005 as a digital design studio. We have designed, developed and deployed brand, web, creative, content and training solutions across multiple platforms and formats.
We have successfully conceptualised, designed and delivered projects for clients in the private and public sectors as well as for small boutique companies and non-profit organisations.
Project4’s past and present clients include
– AHL Group plc
– Anti-Corruption Bureau
– Assoc. of Southern Africa National Road Agencies
– Baobab Health Trust
– Election Situation Room Southern Africa
– Episcopal Conference of Malawi
– Food and Agriculture Organization
– Gender and Justice Unit
– Growth Accelerator
– Infinity Car Hire
– Kasupe Radio
– Life to the Full Consulting
– Local Development Fund
– Luntha Television
– Mardef (NEEF)
– Malawi German Health Programme
– Malawi Leaf Company Limited
– Malawi Telecommunications Limited
– mHub Limited
– Mount Sinai Intl. School
– Nation Publications Limited
– Professional Coaching Institute
– Roads Authority
– Roads Fund Administration
– St Andrew’s Intl. School
– TAMA Farmers Trust
– Tilitonse Foundation
– Ufulu Gardens Suite Hotel
– United Nations Development Programme
– Zika Consult Pty Ltd
Austin is an accomplished tech and marketing professional. His career started in computer training and he later took up web & software development and internet systems support roles at MalawiNet, NICO Technologies and Airtel Malawi. Austin later managed a content development programme at Malawi Economic Justice Network where he generated film ideas, translated documentaries and distributed content from Television for the Environment’s partners in Africa.
Austin was a founding director of mHub Limited, Malawi’s first tech innovation hub. He played key roles in the establishment of the Google Developers Group Lilongwe and the revival of the ICT Association of Malawi. He was also an organiser of Malawi’s first TEDx event, TEDxLilongwe.
Over the years Austin has worked with diverse teams of professionals across multicultural settings and generations. He is a highly organised and analytical professional with proven client relationship management skills.
When not working on creative projects, Austin shares his thoughts about Malawi, the African continent and her diverse people, among others, on his blog Austin Madinga’s #LifeUnbound.
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