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OUR LATEST WORK

All Things Web are experienced professionals, designing and developing custom solutions for the following clients.

GODFATHERS OF

THE OCEAN

OUR CLIENT

Godfathers of the Ocean surf school was founded in April 2001. It was established by Krista Barry, wife of former World Professional Surfer, Michael ‘Munga’ Barry. Their drive and passion created a surf school business that inspires all ages to enjoy the thrill of surfing and the healthy lifestyle that it brings.

OUR TASK

All Things Web was engaged to redesign an existing, ageing website, and develop the new site to be mobile-friendly and search engine optimised.

OUR SOLUTION

We designed the new site to represent the professionalism of the owners as well as convey the genuine passion for the school and what its trying to achieve in providing fun and safe lessons for its students of all ages and experience levels.

 

OUR CLIENT

Our client is the franchisee of the Marsden, Holmview, Logan Central and Beenleigh McDonald’s stores, which deliver a wide range of community-based programs and offer meeting rooms for community use.

McDONALDS

OUR TASK

ATW was commissioned to provide a custom website for the four stores that provided an online solution that enabled meeting rooms to be booked online, saving staff time and resources.

 

OUR SOLUTION

We developed a customised design that not only promotes the four stores but also automates business processes around meeting room and resource bookings. We used Joomla! CMS to make managing information and accepting bookings easy for the marketing team.

OUR CLIENT

Barcoo Shire Council is the local government authority for the Barcoo Shire, a rural area in Central West of Queensland incorporating the towns of Jundah, Stonehenge and Windorah, and covers 61,974 square kilometres.

BARCOO SHIRE COUNCIL

OUR TASK

ATW was commissioned to redevelop Council’s corporate website, to make it more user-friendly, functional and content rich, to ensure it met the changes needs of the shire’s remote town and pastoral communities. The site also needed to be an effective marketing tool for the region’s growing tourism sector.

 

OUR SOLUTION

We developed a website that better responds to the needs of their community and also provides a wealth of information for tourists. We used Joomla! CMS to make it easier for Council’s in-house marketing team to manage the varied content, news, events, community directory and form submissions easy.