How do you work out the effectiveness of a website? The real question to ask is, will this website help my audience help them solve their problems easily? Not just functionally will it work, but will it work well, will it be able to be done with easy, will it build anticipation around how you can help them solve their problems? All websites aren’t made equally.
Biala Peninsula is a specialist intervention service for children from birth to twelve years of age with additional needs, delays and disabilities and their families. We loved helping Biala discover their new brand, clarify their messaging, and better reach their audience online.
We opted to go with something lighter, friendly, and that is accessible to both parents and children alike. We extended this to include a bunch of coloured shapes, that pull the brand together and give the site an element of variety and fun.
Branding & Brand Strategy
Mark Travers is a landscape architect based on the Mornington Peninsula, specialising in innovative landscape design of both residential gardens and public open spaces.
We worked with Mark Travers in the design and development of a site to showcase his feature work, share about the landscape design process and allow users to reach him.
We were stoked to work with The Old Church Red Hill on the design and development of their website. The site itself sits on a simple framework, allowing us to feature the brand effectively through the use of type, colour and photography.
Through the discovery process we found that asking visitors to enquire initially may be too much of a commitment, knowingly, we then developed a ‘book a look’ section allowing visitors to arrange a time to see the venue.
Ben and the team at Saltwater probably have one of the best views in Victoria. No matter where you look you seem to be surrounded by water.
The site needed to highlight the seasonal menus, and the incredible views, while also drawing people to the events and function offerings. We balanced this across the site with clear call to actions, and a variety of photography. Setting up custom landing pages
We are advertising for a friendly, enthusiastic and hardworking Digital & Web Designer to assist us at onetoo on the Mornington Peninsula for a contract position.
The ideal candidate will:
Be highly organised with a strong attention to detail.
Be proficient in Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator etc.
Know your way around Sketch
Familiar with Squarespace/Wordpress/Shopify CMS
Be highly creative.
Be social media savvy.
Have the ability to multitask.
Have effective communication skills.
Be motivated, take initiative, and be eager to learn.
Be committed, punctual and reliable.
High-tens if you have a can-do attitude
You are not:
a judge judy
Key responsibilities of the role include email campaign creative, social media content & website design and development. UI + UX.
This is a junior role, suitable for a freelancer/university graduate/parent looking for part-time work. This role may also be suitable for students studying design or communications. The position is approximately part-time/casual (6-8 hours per week). We realise you may not know everything, but if you reckon you’re a standout human, we’d love to hear from you.
Remuneration is negotiable based on experience.
If you think that you are the right fit, please apply at firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume, portfolio and a cover letter highlighting your relevant skills, experience and why you think you’re the ideal candidate for the role. Bonus point for a video introduction.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Storex are in the self-storage business. They help people free up their homes and businesses of stuff, and find some clarity again. The family run business had an out of date site, on a old system. We developed a site that is full responsive, and work beautifully on mobile, while also better presenting information to customers.
- Website Design
- Website Development
- Marketing Development
- Google AdWords