DuluxGroup is more than a client – they’re a part of the Scooter DNA. Beginning the day we opened our doors in 2015, the partnership has continued to grow and develop into an ever-evolving collaboration with many of DuluxGroup’s brands.


Bringing back the joy of Jelly Beans.

The Dulux Jelly Beans promotion or ‘Jelly Beans’ as it’s more fondly known as, has been bringing colour to Aussie lives for over 30 years. The challenge was to continue the momentum of previous years, develop more ways to extend and amplify the campaign and to prompt people to begin their DIY paint projects

Dulux Professional Fast Finish

Introduce the game-changing Fast Finish range.

Dulux needed to launch the new Professional Fast Finish range to the trade painter market. We used compelling messaging, clever design and cut-through creative to convey the product’s game-changing productivity and efficiency.

Dulux needed to launch the new Professional Fast Finish range to the trade painter market. We used compelling messaging, clever design and cut-through creative to convey the product’s game-changing productivity and efficiency.

Dulux Concrete & Paving

Paving the way for a revolutionary product.


Dulux was launching the new Concrete & Paving range, encompassing 12 products and a new, revolutionary three-stage system to treat and coat bare concrete and sealed surfaces. 


The new products were quite technical in nature and application and required a clear and user-friendly communications solution to ensure cut-through and drive engagement with consumers.


We launched the range with easy-to-navigate in-store experiences, using colour coding in bays that corresponded with the three stages of the product system. This was leveraged with training materials for Bunnings and IHG staff, ensuring they had the knowledge to guide consumers at the point of purchase. 

A key part of the project was the design of a project planner microsite that gave consumers the ability to easily input customised fields to determine their required product. This laddered up to a suite of collateral centred around educating consumers and trade audiences about the range, including ‘how to’ content. 

Finally, to gather interest and spark inspiration, we used appealing before and after imagery on promotional material, demonstrating how easy it is to achieve transformational results. 


Putting Porter’s on a paint pedestal.

Porter’s needed a packaging refresh and an in-store platform that would generate consumer interest around specialty paints, while driving category cut through. We set to work developing a packaging solution that reflected Porter’s premium credentials and including a brand book, photography and overall brand art direction.
Art direction


Creating the building blocks to success.


Accent had found major success with their Building Blocks consumer promotion from 2022. They decided to run it again, where customers could receive a bonus can of blocks when they purchased 8L or more of Accent paint. 


Based on the success of last year’s Blocks campaign, Accent challenged us to go bigger and better.

It had to spark more imaginations, drive more engagement with a broader audience and ultimately inspire more Aussies to start a paint project with Accent. 


The refreshed iteration of the campaign provided the 500 colourful blocks that consumers expected from last year’s promotion. But in order to elevate the campaign, we gave them the chance to build miniature block versions of Mitre 10 and Home Hardware stores.

The highly engaging multi-channel campaign was led by Accent ambassador and Block Master, Lewis Meany and featured a comprehensive POS suite, a TVC, a online content series, a user generated consumer promotion, a compelling trade program and more.  


Putting the spotlight on Timbercolour.

Our task was to effectively communicate the product features and benefits of Cabot’s Timbercolour range, including its durability, protection against the elements, and specific formulation for timber surfaces. The work included a colour card featuring new photography shoot of multiple houses and applications, showcasing the wide range of colours.

Giving an Aussie icon a global facelift.


Established in Sydney in 1939, Selleys is a genuine icon within the professional trade and DIY markets, holding the title as Australia and New Zealand’s number #1 choice when it comes to adhesives, sealants, fillers and paint preparation products. 


Despite its iconic status and trusted reputation within the trade market across the globe, the previous packaging lacked consistency in the range or brand for the professional user. There was also an issue with overseas markets using the existing ANZ range, which communicated a heavy DIY skew/focus.


Identifying the need to leverage the equity in the Selleys Masterbrand, we set out to design a new packaging range featuring custom illustrations for each product type showcasing the specialist area of use. The messaging hierarchy was carefully considered to allow ease of identification for non-English speaking customers.

Selected projects

Bupa Optical
BMW Group