Since our last blog post, much has happend which we probably should have blogged about earlier
Firstly, we have opened a UK office. I (Hammy) have moved to London and even set up a new personal website: http://hammygoonan.com. Please get in touch if you have some development work that needs doing in the UK.
We have also launched a few new sites:
2012 Semaine Fédérale en Australie
For the second year in a row Hammy has developed a registration site for Audax Australia’s annual Semaine Fédérale cycling event.
This custom built eCommerce site accommodates a complex pricing system which dynamically adjusts according to the user’s order, their age and their membership of the organisation. It also processes payments and has the capacity to order merchandise and add additional children riders.
The site also accommodates the complex reporting requirements of the organisation so that they can manage the event on the day.
Tech notes: The site was built using CakePHP and jQuery
Your Voice in House
Your Voice in House is a database of every Australian politician. Users can search for politicians by name, electorate or portfolio and contact them using the email form provided. It provides a comprehensive management system that allows the administrator to update and upload new details as well as allowing end users to alert the administrator to an error in the database.
An API is currently being developed for the site.
Tech notes: The site was built using CakePHP, jQuery and jQuery UI
This website was built for an independent film about Australia’s housing crisis. The film makers wanted a neat, compact website that had a reasonable amount of functionality (ie the ability to organise a screening of the film) and that was easy to manage themselves. As they were already familiar with WordPress, I adapted it to suit the needs of the site to enable ease of use. The film ended up generating an incredible amount of publicity which the website provided solid support for.
Tech notes: This is a heavily customised WordPress site with a template built from scratch.
This was a fairly straight forward WordPress install that we modified the very neat Six Hours Theme for. Our client just wanted a clean, uncluttered look which is exactly what we gave him.
The site also includes his twitter feed, a basic events management system and an automated weekly digest of his twitter feed.
Tech notes: A customised WordPress site.