We’ve been developing WordPress sites now since 2008, in that time we’ve launched over 200 sites. Last week though was the biggest launch week we’ve ever seen! During the week 4 new WordPress sites were unleashed on the Internet!
Obviously, it takes more than a week to build a site; each of these projects steadily worked through our production process it just happens this way that they sometimes all arrive at the finish line together.
There are some similarities in the projects:
Browse through the sites below our graphic design and development teams have done a brilliant job in bring each one of them to life!
Based in Perth, Cooling Brothers have an awesome selection of photography that shows off their work.
It’s always easy to deliver a spectacular site when you have great assets to work with.
Read more about this project here in our portfolio.
It’s always exciting working with a new business and a new brand. It’s a chance for us to have an impact in the beginnings of what will be a successful long term project.
Devote is a new offering in the Sydney recruitment landscape specialising in sales and marking as well as accounting.
We worked on designing and building the site in WordPress and also produced the video that features on the home page.
Check out devoterecruitment.com.au to view the site.
On this project we worked with a team to assist in the rebranding of this training business. Formerly ModKnights, Three Cheers Training is the new brand that the business will use going forward.
Based in Sydney, Three Cheers specialise in specialised training for the hospitality industry around alcohol management services.
Working with a new logo that was developed for the rebrand we’ve come up with a clean and modern WordPress site to help re-launch the business.
Operating in the domestic travel industry, Australian Road Journeys provide coach based touring services around the country.
The site features tour previews for some of the shorter and extended tours available as well as consistent calls to action for the user to make enquiries about the service.