Recently deployed websites and project reflections
In this area of our blog we reflect on our completed projects, discuss how we achieved certain features and what challenges we faced.
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.
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.
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.
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!
The last few months have been full of interesting and challenging website projects for Mesuva. Here are a few highlights.
The McLaren Vale Florist was ready to update their website to be mobile responsive and to also handle online orders. We utilised our new Snipcart ordering add-on for this project.
Eadon Home Loans wanted to update the look, feel and functionality of their website and make the site mobile ready. The bold new design was created by Scott Hutton of Twenty20 graphics features multiple moving elements and visual build challenges
We have gone live with a wide range of websites lately including and eCommerce website for the Chinese market and a few concrete 5.7 based websites.
Victorian school Plenty Parklands Primary School was ready to update their school website. They wanted a clearly navigable but visually fun website that would be easy to edit and maintain.
Developed from the clean and bright design by Angus Hume of Front Design in Sydney, the Purasoft website showcases the Purasoft product range.
We were engaged last year by The National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction to develop a web 'knowledgebase' platform, that they could directly populate with their research findings regarding alcohol and drug use in Australia.
Thornton Group wished to update their website's look and feel. Working with a new design created by Scott Hutton of Twenty20 Graphics we developed a full mobile responsive system, rich with style features.
ACORN is an organisation that seeks to inform, support and educate operating room nurses across Australia. The time had come to update their web platform and enable the online sale of information resources essential to operating room practice.
Over time businesses adjust and improve their branding. After several years of operation, Carlo from Pink Envy decided to update the original concrete5 website we built for him.
Local business about Print wished to have a website from which to promote their printing services to a wider audience.
Goodman Fielder wished to have a new website created to highlight and catalogue their range of frozen bread products.
The Afghanistan Avenue of Honour website is to honour the fallen in Afghanistan and provide information about the memorial in Yungaburra, Queensland.
Scott Hutton from Twenty20 Graphics is a designer we have had the pleasure to work with across many projects. So naturally when it was time for him to update his own site, we were there to do the build.
This is the second year we have developed an online annual review for The Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal (FRRR), building on top of the existing, with a new theme and interactive features.
We developed for Eco Coatings a highly mobile responsive site, that is retina ready and easy to maintain.
The Mission Beach Community Art Centre needed a website that would both showcase the artists and artworks from the Mission Beach area, and also act as an information platform for the high volume of exhibitions, workshops and events that they hold.
Adelaide Pet Dog Training wanted a website to promote their dog training courses and an online shop to sell dog products. Twenty20 Graphics provided a dynamic and exciting design.
Subscriptions, credit card processing, streaming video from Amazon's S3, VPS hosting - this website to support a TV show had the lot!
This online shop needed to be slick, modern and mobile ready, inviting customers to explore its stunning array of Australian Arts and Crafts, regardless of their browsing device.
A brand new site for LHI, utilising the beautiful photography of James Field.
This is the second business directory that we have developed, with it providing a platform for the association to post news, information and the members' information.
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.
BDMS specialise in the sale of new and used CNC Machinery. Their website focus was to act as an online catelogue of their available products so potential customers could browse the available stock with ease.
The focus of this build was clarity, ease of maintenance and, vitally, accessibility. The Julia Farr Association works with people who live with a disability, and helps them to establish confidence, acceptance and independence.
Working with designers from Front Design in Sydney, this site build included the additional challenge of building a modern and interactive website that could be displayed on Internet Explorer 6.