Monthly Archives: February 2011
Kalamunda Web Design are very excited to be working on Browns Lane Consultancy website. Check back soon for more updates
Fat Mammas contacted Kalamunda Web Design to create a funky, retro inspired website for their gourmet woodfired pizza restaurant located in High Wycombe.
The main priority of the website is to enable the menu to be downloaded and to promote the restaurant locally. Another strong requirement is to set up a blog for head chef Eric to further cultivate a following and open up discussions and reviews of Fat Mamma’s Pizzas.
Currently in development, check back soon for updates!
Claire contacted Kalamunda Web Design to set up a website to showcase both her exhibition and production work. Our brief was to produce a design that was elegant and complemented her jewellery.
Claire also required a shopping cart to enable some of her designs to be sold online. This site is currently in development and promises to be a visually stunning collection of contemporary jewellery design.
Terry came to renovate our kitchen in November 2009 and although Kalamunda Web Design was only a twinkle in our eye we set up a website to showcase Terry’s work!
Terry’s website is consistently bringing 30% of his customers base every month and has proved invaluable to his business and local reputation to the point he no longer needs to pay for expensive external advertising.
Zen approached Kalamunda Web Design to set up www.zenschooloffencing.com , for which he provided all the content and design.
Since launching his site he now has his own Fencing Academy in Midland from which he holds classes on Tues, Weds & Sat. Please see his website for more detail
British Provender came to Kalamunda Web Design seeking a complete reinvention of their current website.
British Provender is one of Australia’s leading importer/distributors of major UK food brands. They want their website to be extremely user friendly and to showcase the brands they currently import. They also require Kalamunda Web Design to build an online shopping cart for the use of their wholesale distributors.
This is a very exciting project currently in development. Check back soon for more updates!
Bill Barnes and Cody Gilham contacted Kalamunda Web Design requesting a web presence which reinforced their brand and increased their local visibility. Also they were acutely aware that today’s generation are more likely to use the internet to research services offered in their area and they wanted to maximise this potential.
Barnes Physiotherapy Clinic did not have any specific design ideas in mind but definitely wanted to incorporate their design colours. Kalamunda Web Design created a brand for the website, which has been well received by the clinic. The website has now been “live” (some content still forthcoming) since the beginning of this year and is steadily receiving traffic.
Barnes Physiotherapy has been proudly serving the Kalamunda area since 1984 and offers a wide variety of services, which quite often does not require a referral (check website for full terms)
Kalamunda Web Design contacted Kevin O’Connor the founding director of The Last Stronghold after reading a newspaper article on the aims and aspirations of the charity. Kevin founded the charity to help the disadvantaged and homeless of Australia by providing immediate support in a safe environment and aid them to gather the skills needed to live independently.
Although The Last Stronghold did have a website it was not useable by the charity as they were unable to administrate the content themselves. Kalamunda Web Design extracted the content from their old website and rebuilt it to enable the charity to administrate it themselves. We also integrated Twitter and YouTube to help the charity reach a wider audience.
The YouTube and Twitter integration proved invaluable when Kevin embarked on a 30 day walk along the Bibbulmum Track to highlight the plight faced by the homeless. Kalamunda Web Design was able to upload video diaries of Kevin’s adventure and link them directly to the site as well as publish them on The Last Stronghold Facebook page.
Since the reinvention of The Last Stronghold website its exposure has increased significantly. Also Twitter and YouTube has introduced new avenues and attracted some high profile followers!
Kim contacted Kalamunda Web Design in June 2010 requesting a web presence for her Ballet School located in Kalamunda. The aim of the website was to provide a wide variety of information on the classes/curriculum and showcase the talents and achievements of her past and present students.
Kim’s website is jam packed with almost all the information needed by prospective students/parents. Visually stunning pictures of students both past and present, teacher profiles and her many success stories.
Since Kim Baker Ballet Academy website was launched over 7 months ago it has gone from strength to strength with unique visitors and enquiries rising daily. Kim has recently announced that two new Kim Baker Ballet Academies will be opening in Forrestfield and Bassandean in the very near future.