Tourist Signage website screenshot

The brief

Tread required a clean brochure website to promote their accommodation and tours offering to cyclists visting Harcourt, Castlemaine, Bendigo or The Goldfields Track.

The brief

High Street Armadale Business Association (HSABA) required an updated and easy to manage website to promote High Street Armadla as a shopping destination. The website also acts as a directory of all stores that trade on High Street Armadale.

The Solution

I built a custom website using ExpressionEngine as the content management system. It lists the store directory, news, events and a self-managent area where High Street traders can login and request changes to their listing and suggest news items and events to the be featured on the website.

I delivered a series a customised, narrated screencasts to hand over the HSABA and their related contractors do they can manage the content independently.

The brief

With an in-place ExpressionEngine driven website, John T Reid Charitable Trusts required a technology partner for on-going website support, development and advice.

The Solution

I work as John T Reid Charitable Trusts’s on-call website developer and “jack of all trades”, helping them on an as needs basis for website maitenance, ExpressionEngine system upgrades or changes to the design of the website.

The brief

With an in-place ExpressionEngine based website, AARNet requires a technology partner for on-going website support, development and advice.

The Solution

I work as AARNet's on-call website developer and “jack of all trades”, helping them on an as needs basis for website maintenance, ExpressionEngine system upgrades or changes to the design of the website.

Project website

https://www.aarnet.edu.au/

AARNet website homepage

The brief

With an in-place ExpressionEngine based website, The English Tapware Company requires a technology partner for on-going website support, development and advice.

The Solution

I work as The English Tapware Company's on-call website developer and “jack of all trades”, helping them on an as needs basis for website maintenance, ExpressionEngine system upgrades or changes to the design of the website.

English Tapware Company's website homepage

The brief

Land use, planning and environmental protections are complex topics.

When a local business that brokers native vegetation credits approached me to help with a new website, I thought that I would ace it with a few nice images of trees and some pages about services with contact details.

The Solution

I quickly realised that I needed to understand the requirements of this complex industry/offering and worked with a content expert to come up with the IA and content. With that done we drew up wireframes, and devised a visual design. Next we converted the design into HTML/CSS and brought those templates into ExpressionEngine CMS with agreed content fields and business rules. Finally we produced screencasts so that the Vegetation Link staff could manage the content ongoing.

The brief

With an in-place ExpressionEngine based website, James Alfredson requires a technology partner for on-going website support, development and advice.

The Solution

I work as James Alfredson’s on-call website developer and “jack of all trades”, helping them on an as needs basis for website maintenance, ExpressionEngine system upgrades or changes to the design of the website.

The brief

With an in-place Craft CMS based website, Limbs 4 Life requires a technology partner for on-going website support, development and advice.

The Solution

I work as Limbs 4 Life’s on-call website developer and “jack of all trades”, helping them on an as needs basis for website maintenance, Craft CMS system upgrades or changes to the design of the website.

The brief

My brief was to create an iPad app for visitors to use in the gallery for the Tudors to Windsors exhibition. The idea was to give users the means to sit and choose an artwork and listen to an audio explanation of that work, an historic account of the reign of the particular monarch, actors reading letters and more.

The Solution

The design had to be minimal so that users were not distracted from the artwork or the audio information. The interface had to be intuitive, usable and accessible to the user, and development had to include good usability for easy content updates.

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