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The Pyrotek website provides detailed product information (including spec sheets), case studies explaining how Pyrotek helped companies solve their noise problem, an extensive photo gallery, and much more.
BugWeb is the simplest, easiest to use issue management software you'll find. It's based on MS Access so it can be installed locally or hosted online. Best of all, its freeware!
A simple yet highly flexible content management system used by many Bravo Web customers. The beauty of the AURON CMS is its lack of features which makes it extremely easy to learn (there is no need for a user manual). The system also maintains strict separation between content and layout, which is especially important for consistency and a professional look and feel.
A well-known Melbourne importer and retailer of cigars from around the world. In addition to Baranow's two physical store locations, their website offers full shopping facilities including credit cart payment.
This project involved a website design for a fitness centre based in Oakleigh. The centre offers a range of fitness programs from karate to yoga. One of the business' goals was to provide easily accessible information about their various short courses. In addition, a secure login area was to provide members with special content.
The web presence of manufacturer and retailer of Indian curry sauces. In addition to offering information about the company's product range, the site offers visitors recipes as well as shopping module where they can purchase sauces online and pay via credit card.
'The Chase' is an ERP system developed for a earth removalist and logistics company located in Melbourne's south-eastern suburbs. The web application was designed to replace many of the company's existing paper-based processes as well as act as a store-house of internal business rules. The solution was developed over a period of 11 months and spans over 100 screens.
Games Connect sold new and used console games (Xbox, PS2, etc). The online shop included extensive searching features, rich product information, shopping cart, multi-stage check-out process, online payments via credit card, and SSL security.
A fashion label targeted towards a youth and surf-culture demographic, Icon Australia's online shop allows customers to browse and purchase from their extensive inventory of jewellery and accessories (e.g. belts, hats, etc). The website features a credit card gateway allowing shoppers to make purchases online.
'Fred' is a B2B stock management system used by over a hundred users distributed throughout Australia. The web application allows the collective of carpet retailers to effectively order stock at discounted rates thanks to their combined buying power.
ITsIT is a provider of technology consultancy services . They commissioned the development of an online application for storing customer details and appointments. Having this information available on the web was of great benefit since many of their consultants were often on the road travelling to and from client meetings.
A low-end WYSIWYG newsletter builder which lets users create attractive newsletters via a wizard process.
A promotional website for the PC game Plague. The game was developed by the students at the AIE (Academy of Interactive Entertainment) in 2006. The website served as a tool for students wanting to easily present their work to potential employers (including readily available downloads, descriptions of the tools used to produce the game, etc).
The web presence of a mining investment company. The company's website was a key component for raising awareness amongst potential investors.
An online business which offers members brokering facilities so they can rent out pretty much anything to other members (e.g. a trailer for the weekend). The website included a detailed sign-up form and allowed subscription payments to be made via PayPal.
A website designed to promote classes and short courses for an education institute.
Located in Brunswick St. (Melbourne), St. Mary's House of Welcome provides meals to homeless and low income earners in addition to many support services. The site boasts a wealth of information on their various programs and initiatives.
Talent2 NPS is a developer of HR and pay-roll software used within many industry sectors. A new employee self service module was added to their existing system. Part of this project was to create a whole new interface for this module addition.
Talent2 NPS is a developer of HR and pay-roll software used within many industry sectors. A new employee self service module was added to their existing system. Part of this project was to create a whole new interface for this module addition. This is an alternate design that was not used
Melbourne Museum in conjunction with Victorian Cultural Network developed a kiosk system to showcase Victoria's cultural and social history. The Story Builder is part of the back-end of this system; allowing administrators to weave together larger stories by connecting together many small, related stories.
Developing an online shop was a natural progression for this boutique deli located in Melbourne's trendy Southbank region. Their website complimented their physical store-front's offerings by allowing customers to purchase gift hampers online via credit card.
The What's On page of Melbourne Museums website is an easy to use and highly intuitive event calendar. The page allows visitors to search for events by such categories as date, venue, or keyword.
The Wilde About Golf website was launched in conjunction with a television program hosed by celebrity Wilbur Wilde, the show covered topics relating to the sport of golf. The website was designed to offer viewers additional information about the features presented during the program.
This project saw the creation of a job recruitment website squarely targeted at the hospitality industry. The WorkWihFood website allowed registered members to not only search for jobs in restaurants, cafes, and similar venues, but also allowed users to store their resumes online so potential employers could proactively search for staff.
A simple and intuitive UI designed for a content management system currently being used by many Yart customers (nb. Yart Pty Ltd is a small Melbourne-based web development company).
A website design created for a small Melbourne-based web development firm. Much like VirginMobile, the interface was intended to convey the company's fun and easy-going nature.
A fan website devoted to the online game Ultima Online. The website chronicled the player's involvement in the game world over the years, offered hints and tips, and offered a downloads area for utilities and play guides.
A business card developed for a Melbourne based producer of gourmet Indian curry sauces and food products. The business currently maintains a store front in Prahran market.
An online ordering system created for pizza. As a low-cost solution, the ordering mechanism was no connected to a payment gateway (orders were to be paid on pickup).
The web presence of a Melbourne-based home builder. Rivergum provides customers with easily accessible information about their new home packages via PDF downloads.
The online shop of a photographic supplies retailer located in Melbourne. The website allows shoppers to search for products, place them in a shopping cart, and submit their payment details online.