Holy Cross School, Miramar
The school needed a website with a simple to use content management system that would provide current informaton to parents and prospective families. They utilised the Christmas holidays to work on the project and now have their site live for the new 2012 school year. Several sections are still being finalised and will be published as they are ready.
The Shetland Society wanted to update their website to more effectively inform existing members and to attract new, younger members. The colour scheme was based on photos taken by members on trips to the Shetland Islands and the overall design and content was an iterative process between Webways and the members responsible for the website project. The site includes a secure section for sharing members photos, newsletters and eventually a lending library.
Sue needed a website for her portrait photography business and had found some UK based software that she liked. Webways evaluated the software, helped Sue select a template, entered content, got everything working then passed control back to Sue so she could maintain the site herself. Whenever new pages or promotions are required, Webways continue to provide technical support.
Licorice Design Ltd
Ali originally requested a single page website while the full site was being created.
As a designer of beautiful home interiors it was important that the final website reflected Ali's sense of style and was also easy for her to update. Partway through the project a new venture was launched. The brief changed and the new products were able to be incorporated into the site thanks to the flexibility of the original design.
In keeping with the contemplative nature of the offerings, this site needed a calm and inspirational feel while encouraging visitors to view the upcoming events. In collaboration with the client a new style and colour palette and theme were developed. Her contribution of the beautiful poem on the home page rounded off the new style. A cost effective content management system ensures the offerings are current.
Miramar South School
The school needed an economical solution that was easy to update and would show the unique nature of the school. They also wanted a complete solution with advice and assistance on domain name and email. The school can update the site themselves but currently Webways is happy to support the school and provide regular updates.
Gordon & McCallum
The clients started with over 40 pages of information and a wealth of industry experience to share. Hence the key requirement for the Gordon & McCallum website was a simple navigation system. In the fast changing world of market research, they also needed to update the site themselves. Overseas solutions were evaluated, with the site finally being built using a content management system supported by a local Christchurch company.
Orphans of Nepal Trust Ltd
The Orphans of Nepal Trust needed a website to establish credibility, provide information to their existing supporters and to encourage further support. The design was based on a site created by a member of the original Nepal Mission Team.
As a social networking site for singles, one of the key requirements was the ability to update the site in a timely manner. The client can not only edit text and images but can also add blogs, calendars, videos and forms.
St Ronan's Church
This is the second iteration of the St Ronan's Church website. This site is targeted at a wide age range and level of computer expertise so is planned to be easy to read and easy to navigate.