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Australian Outdoor Living

I recently joined Australian Outdoor Living’s team. One of my first requirements was to rebuild their website, to make it load faster and also to improve the user experience. I’ve built a custom page builder making use of Advanced custom fields. My job is not done yet, I will continue to improve the site speed and user experience, to give our clients a unique experience everytime they visit our website.

In this project I used:

In this project, I used WordPress, PHP, Underscores starter theme, Advanced Custom FieldsjQuery, Bootstrap, and SASS.

You can take a look at the live site here.

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Mission homes

I was asked by Uniting Communities to build a website for one of the Mission Homes for Children at Magill. Uniting communities required a private galllery section where people to ask to join to view these galleries. The people that would visit this site are the ones who stayed at the Mission Home.

In this project I used:

PhotoshopWordPress, PHP, Underscores starter theme, Advanced Custom Fields, jQuery, Bootstrap and SASS.

You can take a look at the live site here.

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No Shock Energy – Website Redesign

I was asked by Uniting Communities for a website redesign. Uniting communities required a more business-like website design, which will also allow their users to easily navigate through the site, subscribe to newsletters and share articles on social media.

In this project I used PhotoshopWordPress, PHP, Underscores starter theme, Advanced Custom Fields, jQuery, Bootstrap and SASS.

You can take a look at the live site here.

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AFL Masters

AFL Masters was a project I worked on for Myadd in Adelaide. AFL Masters is one of Myadd’s clients. AFL Masters was looking for a site where they could easily show upcoming event dates, have the ability to add footy clubs and display their details. Post latest news articles and more.

In this project, I used WordPress, PHP, Underscores starter theme, Advanced Custom FieldsjQuery, Bootstrap, and SASS.

You can take a look at the live site here.

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No Shock Energy

No Shock Energy is a part of suite of online advocacy projects, hosted by Uniting Communities. This website promotes affordable energy in Australia, particularly for lower and modest income households.

I was asked by Uniting Communities to design and develop a website which will allow them to easily attached PDF documents for press releases or presentations and automatically post new article to social media.

In this project I used PhotoshopWordPress, PHP, Underscores starter theme, Advanced Custom Fields, jQuery, Bootstrap and SASS.

You can take a look at the live site here.

 

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Cool Hand Media

Cool Hand Media is a client of Myadd in Adelaide. Cool Hand Media is a video production company who does amazing work. With this website they wanted to showcase their work and also client testimonials. I have customized the admin area to make it easy for the client to add more work and videos serving from YouTube.

In this project I used WordPress, PHP, Underscores starter theme, Advanced Custom FieldsjQuery, Bootstrap and SASS.

You can take a look at the live site here.

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Acc Initiative

This ACC Initiative project was a project I have done for MyAdd. MyAdd is an ad agency based in Norwood Adelaide.

I was asked to re-create the theme and to customize the WordPress Admin, currently active, so that it’s easy to update. The original theme was a bought theme with all the features you can think of, but it was overkill for what was needed. So when rebuilding this theme I have simplified the admin so that the day to day tasks can be done much easier.

In order to have achieved customizing the admin I had to use Advanced Custom fields and to even simplify the theme even more I have created individual page templates so that each page template can have it’s own custom fields.

I also used Bootstrap as my grid system and installed various other JavaScript libraries to make the website work as expected.

Click here to take a look at the live site.