One World Migration is a migration and international recruitment consultancy based in Queensland. This minimalist web design for One World simplifies the complex legislative services the business offers its customers.
I developed a fresh visual identity to compliment the values of the "One World" brand and existing 'globe' logo, including the development of a series of visual compositions that show their typical customers against a background of Australian skylines. Complimenting the new backgrounds are photographs of the the 'One World' staff, reinforcing the personality of the business and its people.
The new visual brand was further applied to revamped business stationary designs.
Ocean Time Marine are a global maritime safety management consultancy with offices in Melbourne. I worked closely with Ocean Time Marine through the design of their safety management products.
The e-commerce website together with the product development included project management, digital product design, point of sale payment processing, payment gateway integration, search engine optimisation and marketing. The site features a content management system, multi-currency shopping cart, secure payment gateway with one of Australia’s largest banks and a sales management system. Additional Services provided were print media design, ad campaign design and promotional video creation.
The brand reflects clean lines and a one-tone colour choice consistent with current trends for digital products connoting simplicity, technology and modernity.
The View Cafe is a Gold Coast Hinterland tourist destination at Hinze Dam. Although trading for many years, the website and brand had not been addressed until new owners recently took over the cafe. I worked closely with the new cafe owners to develop a visually attractive site, a revamped brand, new copy and fresh, professionally shot photography that captures the ultra-modern design of the architecture and surrounding grounds.
The website features an online booking facility and a gallery with optimised photographic work. Additional work performed was a reinvigoration of the café’s social media profile - with particular attention to Facebook.
Zest Hospitality Services are Queensland business consultants specialising in the Hospitality industry. Zest were looking for an attractive online presence that reflected professionalism, a high-standard of service delivery and inspired trust.
I developed the look and feel of the site to match the business name and existing logo - choosing a two-tone colour scheme of citrus lemon-yellow and lime-green. With minimal content, I elected to make the website a one-page parallax scroller - meaning the site's audience can scroll through a single page of well-edited text interspersed with photography to a clear 'call to action' at the end.
Estate Financial Services is a Melbourne Financial business planning company. I developed a responsive web design for EFS so their customers can view the website on mobiles and tablets as well as desktops. I also installed and configured a Content Management System (CMS) blogging platform for the business owner to add and manage his own content on the site.
The Sourcing Factory are a Melbourne procurement and logistics company. The Sourcing Factory asked me to develop a brand and website to promote their business online. The company offers a number of unique services, so the brief here was to separate out the content, making it clear and easy for customers to find the service they're after and see what else is offered.
I sourced a number of photographic images for this project, further reinforcing the real-world logistic operations of the business.
The Melbourne Bathroom Company is a bathroom building firm in Melbourne. They were interested in a portfolio style website to showcase their previous builds so new customers could see the standard of workmanship.
The site build included a gallery and search engine optimisation for the firm's entire Greater Melbourne service area.
I developed this scrolling catalogue Website to launch a new fair-trade, organic coffee brand for Coffico Coffee. The visual identity was intended to move away from the typical imagery of coffee beans and coffee cups. Instead we took our design cues from the colours and motifs of the countries the coffee is sourced - creating an exotic, ethnic presentation of the brand from distinctive colours and textures of central American cultures.
The site also uses an image sorter to dynamically sort the top-level Leaf Organic products - making it easy for customers to drill down into products that interest them.