Publishers Hotel needed a CMS based website to showcase their restaurant and wine bar. The CMS allows them
to create and manage events for the restaurant, easily change their food and drinks menus, and update their contact details.
I developed the front-end in plain HTML, and converted it to a Wordpress theme thereafter,
integrating it with the Wordpress back-end features and plugins. Plugins include Gravity Forms and
Advanced Custom Fields.
In addition to coding, I also did the photography for the site, including editing.
Jayco is Australia's leading caravan brand, and commands roughly 40% of the RV market. They were in need of
a brand refresh, and I was part of the development team that created their new CMS driven website. The website
can be updated via an admin interface, with more than 50% of the content being editable.
with some of the CMS integration, web page creation, and styling.
Technologies I used in development were HTML, SASS, JS & jQuery, some PHP and MySQL, and Git.
Classic Timber Furniture
Classic Timber furniture needed a series of landing pages and online competitions to better engage its online audience.
This particular campaign was a competition used to encourage prospective consumers to sign up to a newsletter, in order
to grow the business' email database. Liking their Facebook page was encouraged during the process, resulting in a 50%
conversion rate (that's high).
I created the site using current front-end coding languages, and as always, made sure it resolved well accross all
devices. I also integrated the signup with a MySQL database, which was used to store the entrants' details.
Victorian National Party
The Victorian National Party needed a new website that would sell their brand in a way that engenders trust and identifies with their audience.
They also needed a CRM that allowed them to manage their members, volunteers, news, and donations in a more effective way.
I developed the website as a plain HTML website, including all the interactive and responsive aspects. From there, a back-end developer
converted the site to a Nationbuilder theme, and wired up all the back-end functionality. From there, I assisted with final QA and modifying some
of the Nationbuilder theme elements.
This site, as with all of these examples, is fully responsive.
Unipolar Water Technologies
Unipolar Water needed a new website to promote their technology in a way that caters to both the scientifically savvy, and those who are more
interested in the benefits of the technology as regards their own industry.
I managed a front-end coder who did all the front-end markup and styling. Once he was finished, I set about creating all the interactivity and
animation on the site, some of the responsive elements, and performance optimising.