Indigital Founder Mikaela Jade
with Bulardja Elder Neville Namarnyilk
Warami / Welcome
We use digital technologies – like AI, augmented or mixed realities – as a pathway to learning Indigenous heritage, and we use First Nations' culture to teach digital skills as a pathway to the future of work.
Let's walk together
Indigital builds cultural connection and digital skills through our Connecting to Country and Indigital Schools programs. Walk with us to find out more.
Indigital’s Connecting to Country program has a proven track record of delivering successful on-Country engagement programs that have built lasting relationships between our corporate partners and the original Custodians on whose lands they operate.
We work with our clients to ensure our Connecting to Country program facilitates a respectful and collaborative relationship between the company, project stakeholders, and Indigenous communities that extends to the broader community.
- Future-focused: Building digital skills and cultural competency.
- Curriculum-linked: Resources and lessons are developed by industry leaders and are curriculum-linked to key learning areas.
- First Nations-led: Content is Indigenous-led and designed in collaboration with Elders and community.
With the dawn of the metaverse, First Nations peoples have an unprecedented opportunity to express our cultures, traditions and values in new and exciting ways. From creating immersive virtual experiences to crafting digital art – this is a chance for Indigenous creativity to thrive.
At Indigital, ICIP principals are taught to any organisation we partner with. We empower Elders to recognise that they are experts in their field and need to be remunerated for their time and skill.
Elders, Knowledge Holders and all members of our Community are invited on this journey.