View over Hobart's Derwent River from Taroona, where Llewyn calls home.

Llewyn Tubb

Digital Project Coordinator

A Tassie boy, Llewyn went to school and university in Hobart, he’s well-travelled and has lived abroad, but loves living here more.

He brings an incredibly diverse but relevant background with two degrees in Arts and Fine Art, majoring in Journalism, History and Visual Communication, to add to this he did his Masters of Marketing in 2014.

After finishing uni he freelanced as a graphic and web designer for a range of small businesses and organisations. Then in 2015, he got a  full-time job with Gloo. At Gloo he managed web projects from initial consultations through to seeing websites go live and maintaining them for clients. He also got to work on branding projects and advertising campaigns in that role, before moving to Futago at the start of 2019.

As a youngster, Llewyn drew detailed pictures of houses and thought he would go on to do architecture but instead found himself engrossed by graphic design in college. Web design, in particular, caught his interest as he noticed many of its principles overlapped with architecture.

Llewyn is passionate about coaching football (the one with the round ball) and applying methodologies and using analysis to develop clear and coherent strategies that help teams achieve their goals.