Websites

Here are some of our recent website projects...
Website – WaiBOP United

Website – WaiBOP United

Part of my role at WaiBOP Football included media management responsibilities for WaiBOP United, an ASB Premiership football team. I developed the franchise's website prior to their first ASB Premiership season (2013/14) and upgraded it with a device responsive design...

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Website – J Swap Contractors

Website – J Swap Contractors

J Swap Contractors Ltd is a multi-diversified business based in Matamata. The company had its beginnings in 1937 when Joe Swap started working for the farmers in the eastern Waikato. The company continues to do this – with many rural customer relationships going back...

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Website – Swap Stockfoods

Website – Swap Stockfoods

J.Swap Stockfoods are market leaders in the supply and delivery of Stockfoods to dairy and beef farms in New Zealand. They hadn't updated their website since 2008. It was old and badly in need of new life. In partnership with Hamilton-based firm WebSpring we created a...

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Website – Friends of Football

Website – Friends of Football

Friends of Football is an independent group of people with a common interest in sharing their love of the ‘beautiful game’ and its rich and proud history as the globe’s most popular team sport. They’re passionate about protecting and promoting the positive aspects of...

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Website – Matamata Swifts AFC

Website – Matamata Swifts AFC

I recently upgraded Matamata Swifts AFC's club website. It's much better than the old one! One of the main issues we faced, however, was the vast amount of information on the old version of the website. It was just too big of a job to bring it all across to the new...

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Technical information website – Metso New Zealand

Technical information website – Metso New Zealand

In January I finished off a full overhaul and content update of Metso New Zealand's password protected technical information website. The site is essentially a glorified library, so we had to ensure usability was simple and intuitive. One of the coolest parts of this...

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