We are pleased to present here some samples of our web site design.
This site had been designed in house and required re-designing
to modernize it and provide further information. It is a fairly
basic standard site but features a slider on the home page and
a lightbox on the product page.
Electric Ride On Cars
A shopping cart site designed for self-management.
A typical standard website for a local business. It has a features
slider on the home page.
A small brochure style site with rotating images.
A quick redesign of a small site - converted from 1998 design.
The Twisted Vine
This is a small brochure-style website with the addition of a
shopping cart. The shopping cart uses a standard template from
ShopFactory which means the layout and style is a little different
from the main pages. This was a deliberate decision based on the
small number of products.
This is a fairly straight-forward site designed for self-management.
The images in the header banner rotate randomly on page load. As
often happens when clients ask to be able to update their own
sites, I doubt that this client will ever manage to do so despite
being provided with an 11-page manual and a practice page.
Australian Adventure Travel
This site was originally designed many years ago and had become
unwieldy and confusing to navigate. The site was updated in-house
2 or 3 times a year. It contained many coding errors, or functions
and codes which are no longer used. The site was completely re-designed
removing the old tables-based layout but preserving the page names
and other elements which had pushed the site to the top of the
search engines. Once the major updates were added, the site was
returned to the owners for in-house management.
This shopping cart site replaced an earlier non-interactive site
which contained large graphics of the seasonal catalogue. It was
apparent that customers had already been visiting the
site, because as soon as it was converted to a shopping cart, the
sales started to roll in.
This is a typical standard site of fewer than 10 pages. It includes
a self-management facility for the client to amend the text content.
The provided logo caused some design limitations.
Life Change Sanctuary of Health and Beauty
This was a redesign of a site which had a difficult navigation
arrangement and a variety of different background images, colour
schemes and styles. Because of the need for a shopping cart,
the information pages were included inside the shopping cart structure.
In addition, the feedback form for the shopping cart was not sufficient
for the other sections of the site, so a separate feedback form
for booking appointments was set up.
A standard site using an order form to sell the products. This
site was constructed using CSS layout. The large open font was
chosen to complement the child theme.
A site designed for membership access by the company's clients.
The images, descriptions and pricelists are not available to the
general public. Also included with this site is a simple CMS (Content
Management System) to allow for updates to be done through a password
access. This then allows the owner to update the "booked" or "available"
months for any particular billboard, as well as update the newsletter
or other pages.
A typical budget site, a couple of information pages and a feedback
This site has been totally redesigned. The old table structure
with a heavy background colour has been replaced by a fluid CSS
layout and some of the larger pages split into easier to read chunks.
Minor modifications are carried out periodically.
Reading for Sure
This is an extension of the World Literacy site. The courses currently
being conducted face-to-face are gradually being incorporated into
an online classroom which will enable correspondence students to
interact directly. This is a long-term project which is expected
to take some time to complete. Most areas are not accessible by
the general public, but if you are interested in this site please
contact us directly.
A portfolio site to display the design and construction of shade
structures performed by this company with a view to reducing the
amount of time needed by the salestaff in explaining the alternatives.
A thumnails page leads to larger images of samples of work done.
The feedback form invites people to supply details for a quote.