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The Wedding Collector

Website for Jess, aka The Wedding Collector. The site has a large Hire Collection and product favouriting system from which you can request a quote.


Quick design job for the National Centre for Econometrics Research. Logo update and website look-and-feel design. Build and project management were done by old colleague and code wizard Justin Walduck, and his colleague Leighton Brough. Justin also extrapolated the bare two pages I designed throughout the rest of the site.

Matrix Solutions

Soft-rebrand of Matrix’s ID, and redesign and build of their website. Anthony, Richard and the team were easy to work with and really on the ball.

PSI Managers

Keith, the founder of PSI Managers, was looking for more than just a web developer to bring his new website to life; he wanted a partner who was as committed to the project as he, and who would take the time to understand his business so that the result felt honest and true to character. We spoke in great detail about the business, its ethos and methodology, and the philanthropy sector within Australia. It was a really rewarding collaboration. I particularly enjoyed Keith’s idea to use some of his favourite artworks throughout the site. They reflect the thoughtful nature of the subject matter and his … read more

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Chamber of Commerce

A new website for the Chamber. They really needed something they could update themselves, and which was capable of housing the different types of information they make available to their members, such as their meeting minutes, member notice board, news, and events.

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Nivair H Gabriel

Nivair  is a good friend and talented lady. She’s an MIT engineering grad and technical writer with a passion for penning fantastical works in her spare time. She needed a website to showcase her creative writing and be a home to all her works, including interviews and miscellaneous pieces published online. Although Nivair didn’t need a blog yet she thought she might want one later. To save the core blog functionality for possible future use I created custom post types for Fiction and Nonfiction work to partition her writing from the blog. We also included some custom fields available to each … read more


First established in 1923 in the rural town of Moree, Assef’s is a family-owned department store with a rich history. I grew up with the Assef’s television and radio spots, and later got to know the eldest Assef daughter when we found ourselves at the same boarding school. So the business has a fond niche in my childhood memory. Quality, heritage and great service are top priorities we wished to convey with the website’s new look. The aha! moment in the design process was drawing a visual link between the Assef’s logo with its coat of arms and underlying motto, with that … read more

Gateway Mining

A business card website for Gateway Mining, recently under new management. Project managed by Sydney-based designer Carina Lee, who rebranded Gateway Mining in early 2013. The client was after something corporate but very clean and simple. They had some solid design inspiration in using Chinese lucky colours and numbers; reds, golds, and the number eight. We had a fair few documents to display on the site which required a robust data table solution. The import/export features of TablePress are what initially caught my eye but additional management features such as live search filtering made it a clear winner. Finding the one … read more

Gunnedah Preschool

Gunnedah Preschool

The ultimate cheerful project—working with a leading rural preschool to build their online presence from scratch. I undertook photography, wireframes, design, and build. Sites revolving around children have developed somewhat of a visual reputation for being loud and comic sans-y, so with that in the back of my mind I aimed to create something bright with childish accents—without losing the design to over-the-top typography or garish colours—and we had great success. The front page especially is vibrant and welcoming but doesn’t quite look like a toy aisle exploded. Mad props to Carl Sherriff for his Good Hearts illustrations. His wee … read more