The Foundation of Rural and Regional Renewal wished to display their Annual Report for 2012 as a website, making it easy to access for all interested parties. Working with Julie Weldon from JAW Communications and Scott Hutton from Twenty20 Graphics we designed and developed a dynamic and interactive online Annual Review.
BDMS specialise in the sale of new and used CNC Machinery. Their website focus was to act as an online catelog of their avaliable products so potential customers coudl browse the avaliable stock with ease.
The Julia Farr Association were ready to update the look, feel and functionality of their website. Working with a design by Scott Hutton from Twenty20 Graphics we created their new website.
Concrete5 is an excellent replacement for tired and outdated Joomla websites. To assist developers with the move from Joomla to concrete5 we thought we'd help out by developing a transition guide. This guide has been recently published as part of the official concrete5 documentation.
Local business Goolwa Painting Services wanted to upgrade their website to highlight their professional service. Twenty20 Graphics created a vibrant and eye catching design, with colours and shapes that suggest dripping paint. This design provided us some interesting challenges, to keep the site content flexible, but we always enjoy a challenge!
Pink Envy is a stationary business specialising in invitations for weddings and other special occasions and thank you cards. Their work is sophisticated and professional. Twenty20 Graphics created a clean site design, which allows for accents of colour to highlight the work of Pink Envy, and we created the site in concrete5, ensuring the client' ability to update their examples at will.
Sydney based web design agency Front Design engaged us for the construction of their newest website project, Maxigenes Baby Formula website. Designer Angus Hume created the look and feel of this website and we were humbled to work with such an impeccable designer. His design features 3D rendered images which look incredible. The required functionality is classic with many subtle features to enhance a user experience. It was important to build the site to make the most of these features, and the elegance of the design.
Zak hairdressing wanted to update its existing site. Scott Hutton from Twenty20 Graphics provided us with a new dynamic design and we built the resulting website. The site features an editable large background image. There is a default picture which will automatically display when a new page is created, however this image can be changed to have different images on each page.
Emeritus Professor of Disability and Rehabilitation Research in the School of Medicine at Flinders University, Adelaide, Dr Roger Rees wanted a website to promote his latest work, Out of Calamity.
The File block in concrete5 is perhaps overlooked when building a site as the Content block can also easily link to downloadable files. With a few overrides, we can make the File block much more useful.
Goolwa Coastcare wished to have a website to promote their conservation activities and co-ordinate their events. The main aim of the site is to provide information about caring for our coastline and to showcase the successes of the group in our local area.
A few weeks ago we visited a local wildlife park, keen to be out enjoying a beautiful sunny weekend. Whilst there we got talking to the owners. Turned out they were in need of a website re-design and up-grade. So, working with their existing resources, content and photos we started the project.