Website Migrations and Redesigns
This is a selection of the work that I've done over the years. If there is a particular style or design that you're interested in then please connect with me.
I have moved existing websites from Concrete5, Joomla, Telstra Online and Wix to WordPress.
The original website was a completely custom membership website, before the rise of mobile devices. The requirement was a responsive WordPress website with membership functionality using their updated logo.
Daniel was referred to me because he was changing hosting company and he wanted a new design and some changes made to his existing website. He also wanted WordPress training and someone there who could help him when he needed it.
The original website was a completely custom website with e-commerce. It was not responsive on mobile devices and the association needed an easier system to use. The website was migration to WordPress, including the e-commerce shop.
Their old website was created in Telstra Online and unfortunately was not in the web archive for some reason so I only have one screen shot of it.
Their new website is in WordPress which suits their business, being easier to manage.
Mick has his website designed in WordPress a while back and wanted an update with a more modern look and clickable phone numbers as well as email addresses. His website is more to gain credibility than clients since he's usually busy (which is great!).
The project was to keep a similar style to the original design but to migrate the website from Concrete5 to WordPress.
Since the migration to WordPress additional features include events listing and a job board.
Stephen and Debbie already had a WordPress website for their business. This project was creating a WordPress theme for them that looked similar but was also responsive on mobile devices. They also needed an e-commerce shop which was built in with the re-design.
The original website was created in a bespoke content management system. However it was rarely updated and the decision was taken to migrate to WordPress and create a new design there.
This website was created by the business owner is Wix. As Charmaine's business grew Wix no longer worked for her online business so in 2019 I moved her website from Wix to WordPress with around 400 products.
Full case study coming soon.
Brand New WordPress Websites
The Church wanted a new website that they could manage to get information out about their Church and the other local Anglican Churches. It needed to be able to be easy for them to update, use and to display events. A new website was created for them with this in mind.
Andrew was already on social media channels and decided to add a website to increase his credibility and to gain clients. It was also to inform people of his services and what to expect when going for the first appointment. My business was recommended to Andrew by a mutual contact.
Nick knew that he wanted a website where small businesses and sports clubs could contact him for his creative videos. It needed to be fully responsive, and a website that he could update himself, so WordPress was ideal.
The club were already writing an article in the local BorderWatch newsapaper and wanted to add a website to their media. Their goal was to get regular information out to members and the public.