Whether you’re looking for a large scale WordPress website for your business, or a small simple site for yourself/startup – I can help out! I’ve got a vast knowledge of HTML and CSS, as well as PHP (the ‘language’ of the internet), WordPress and more online tools!
I’m often actively managing and developing 4 – 5 websites at a time, with clients ranging from non-profits, established businesses, and startup companies. I want to make sure that you get the best possible website, and I’ll work closely with you and your team, ensuring that your business’ message is portrayed accurately and clearly. I may be new to the game, however in the past year alone I’ve had plenty of experience, worked with lots of interesting people and made some pretty cool sites.
A few things I’ve got to offer:
There’s a lot more, but I want to be short and sweet:
- Custom design, no templates – on all sites
- Responsive, mobile-friendly layouts
- SEO advice and optimisation
- WordPress (for clients who want to edit their website)
- eCommerce setup
APRRN has a large and complex website, and required assistance redesigning and restructuring their existing site. The previous template was discarded, and a new handmade template created.
The Australian non-profit were seeking to rejuvenate their existing site with a redesign and restructure. Working closely with the team, the site was given a modern facelift built from scratch.
The Jewellery By Design team were looking to enter the eCommerce space, and required an online shop to be built, showcasing their exclusive online collections.
Frequently holding events, the Refugee Council of Australia needed timely adjustments made to their website.
Websites built on CMS platforms can grow exponentially. Regular maintenance tasks were carried out to ensure that the website was functioning to it's best capacity.
Offering popular Italian cooking classes in Townsville, the Simply Italian team were wanting a website to streamline their booking process. The new website allows customers to book classes online safely with ease.
A newly emerging company, Spica Data Recovery required a website that they could use to advertise their services and gain direct enquiries online. Hand coded using PHP, HTML & CSS, the website is clean, simple and easy to navigate.
Small business, Townsville Data Destruction required a lightweight single page website that allowed potential customers to submit enquiries regarding data destruction.
The Townsville Fashion Festival was multiple years out of date. Running on an old CMS, making changes was difficult, the solution - a full website rebuild. Now catering to mobile devices, the TFF team can update their site quickly and easily.
Wearable Art Townsville had an existing website, but they were looking for something with more functionality. Fully rebuilt, they now have the ability to create forms on the fly and collect submissions for their events.