Our tech blog is where we reflect on our recent projects, discuss concrete5, web development and programming. It's a craft we love - we enjoy sharing our discoveries.
Recently we have completed to websites for viticultural companies in South Australia's McLaren Vale region.
September and October were busy months for website building at Mesuva, with several smaller sites for different disability services our focus.
Comace was ready to refresh their website. Working with designer Scott Hutton of Twenty20 Graphics, we created a modern, engaging layout to promote their projects, team and contact details.
Long term client the Southern Alexandrina Business Association (SABA) was ready for an update to their website and member directory. They wanted a more dynamic website with clear navigation to direct viewers throughout the site to relevant content. A fully searchable and categorised members directory was also requested
Dent Brakes wished to have an online shop from which to sell and promote their kart braking system products. They also wished to update the look and feel of their Dent Engineering website.
BDMS was ready to update their website with a refreshed look and feel and a new business focus. Over the years their business direction has changed, so a new sitemap and page hierarchy were needed.
Opening Homes is an information sharing website conceptualised by the Julia Farr Association. It aims to showcase disability features in homes to provide information and ideas.
Tom Clarke of Blood and Iron Period Jewellery needed an online shop to showcase and sell his incredible pieces. It was our first opportunity to utilise our Community Store add-on.
Adelaide based photographer Glenn Hawke wanted to update his website to better showcase his incredible photography.
With Community Store recently reaching version 1.0, here's a video I made demoing the add-on and discussing some of the more interesting features that have been added.
Living Real Estate were ready for a website to promote their properties to rent, buy and sell. Working with Scott Hutton from Twenty20 Graphics we put together a flexible website to address their needs.
Lane’s End Vineyard wanted to update their website and online ordering system for wine purchases. The project scope included the creation of a new design that is more open and easier to navigate and the integration of an eCommerce solution that would provide a better user experience.
We've recently released a quick start guide for concrete5.7, a handy, printable guide to help newcomers. This time we've done things a little differently, by releasing it on Leanpub and Github.
By My Side, makers of natural baby products, lotions and creams, were wanting to update their website with a more modern design and easy to edit and manage content management system.
We've recently released to the concrete5 marketplace an add-on that allows a Google Map to be placed with multiple map locations, custom markers and a host of other options. See the video for a demo!
Version 220.127.116.11 of concrete5 has been released and includes a few features we've contributed. See the video for a quick run down.
We've recently started using concrete5's thumbnail editing feature with great results. In this video we demo this feature and show how to use it in your concrete5 development.
Bec Andersen wished to have a new website developed to showcase her rug making craft, promote workshops and community events and to allow online sales of rugs and rug making supplies.
Lelita has recently launched a website project she has been developing over many months - the Easy Sunday Diet. Here's a technical breakdown.
It was a big month for Mesuva with 3 sites going live and many more projects starting!