We pride ourselves on well crafted, specialized web solutions for all sorts of businesses. By designing collaboratively with our clients, we create web experiences that exceed the bar in representing you and your business online.
Pro events needed an update to their website, as it was not very easily editable, did not match the aesthetics of their branding, and was outdated in design. We examined their existing branding, and came up with this design- a dynamic, modern website that was easy and fun to use, displaying information about their team, previous events, and testimonials. Through use of a CMS we also gave staff members the ability to log in and change information without disrupting the layout of the site.
The Common Room is a music bar in Hastings popular for its intimate atmosphere and relaxed vibes. One thing that was important in this site was that event information and ticket purchasing were all available in one place. Using a CMS (content management system) we allowed staff members to log in and easily add new event information while keeping the look of the site consistent. The red colour pallet also communicates the warm atmosphere that this unique venue provides.
Bay Beds is the only bed factory here in Hawkes Bay. They felt that the design of their previous website was a bit sterile and far too wordy. It was also difficult to navigate and didn’t offer online ordering functionality. We completely rebuilt the site from the ground up, rewriting all the text to be shorter, and achieving a warm, organic feeling on the site with the use of comfortable textures and colours consistently through the design.
When figuring out the layout for this website, I knew I wanted to have the photography and design portfolios using the same layout and structure across the site. After assembling the layout and writing descriptions to add extra context to all of the items, I used a CMS system to create different collections of content based on either the design or photography type. This allows me to add, remove, or edit items in these collections without affecting the overall layout.