Take a look at some of our recent work:
Letting the Paintings Speak
Trevor Ivers is an artist based in Mudgee, Australia. He paints a variety of subjects from the iconic Australian bush to still lifes, interiors and figure paintings.
For Trevor's website we decided on a simple theme to allow Trevor's beautiful paintings to speak for themselves - not too much fussiness, rather a clean slider pointing to a series of galleries. The galleries are grouped by exhibition to show the completeness of each series of work and the evolution of Trevor's painting over time.
Big Things are Afoot
Big things are afoot for Sydney band Split Dogs... That's why we went for a magazine style theme that displays the band's important news and happenings on the front page, near the top, where they can be seen.
When something new happens with the band they can easily add a new article to the excerpts on the site's front page.
Selling the album
Split Dogs needed a cool, sleek site through which they could sell their album and serve up their video clips. The site we built for them utilises an eCommerce plugin to process Paypal transactions and provides the buyer with a digital download link.
The website is responsive and looks as good on your phone as it does on your laptop.
Solving a Unique Problem
Central Coast Multicultural Resource Centre had a pretty pressing problem: their existing library system only ran on Windows XP, and they were desperate to upgrade their computers.
We needed to develop, test and roll out a robust, long-lasting, comprehensive library system and integrate it with their website in just a few weeks. And at the same time we had to keep their current library system up and running!
From the front, it’s a regular Wordpress site.
There's a welcome page, some basic information and upcoming events in the sidebar.
But in the background...
A simple web-based interface lets the library continue to manage its patrons and collection and to check items in and out.
A first for CCMRC
For the first time ever, the whole collection is now available to browse online, from anywhere.
Keeping it Conservative
Heritage Pest Management is a specialist conservation consultancy working with museums and art galleries around Australia and the world.
When approaching this design, we needed to keep it very serious. The conservation world is fairly, well, conservative. The client wanted a site which was stripped back, but not boring. To balance out the rigidness of the existing site, we added some discreetly placed blue highlights and some animated elements.
It's a simple, clean design with a focus on services.
Throughout the site, we strategically placed line-drawings of insects, which appear after a short delay. We think it gives readers a sense that there could be creepy-crawlies anywhere.