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Macheads prides itself on it's reputation for dependable technical support, timely repairs and wealth of knowledge for the Alice Springs community and surrounds. These qualities were the design and development guidelines for the redesign of the Macheads website. A new logo and identity was also developed in the process of designing the website which was in turn rolled out across all printed material for the company.
Domaine D'Esperbasque is a stunning accommodation destination located in the picturesque undulating country of Southwest France. The brief for the redesign and development was really to show the huge array of activities and attractions on site and close by. It was also crucial to make the site's content more dynamic and improve usability. We look forward to launching soon. Check out the gallery opposite for a sneak peek.
Ross Engineering has a successful 60 year history, with experience across a wealth of industries in Alice Springs and remote locations. Driver Web was engaged to revitalise a fairly tired and dated website that lacked dynamism and adequate profiling of the breadth of projects the company have engaged in. The website is currently with Ross Engineering staff as they enter content through the Content Management System we implemented. We look forward to launching soon.
Cloncurry Show Society wished to create a fresh web presence that included more photos of the attractions and positioned the show as 'The best in the west'. The website designs introduce a new colour palette, dynamic photo galleries and a more intuitive information architecture.
O'loughlin Catholic College approached us with a brief to redesign and develop there site with the aim to modernise the content and look. We also saw the opportunity to create a more dynamic and visual user experience with the new site design. The design solution we came up with includes a number of useful features such as the events calendar and news updates sections.
The Kangaroo Sanctuary Alice Springs is the home of Brolga, star of Kangaroo Dundee - BBC2, AGB Films. The Sanctuary is a 90 acre wildlife reserve of untouched bush-land where Brolga’s mob of 25 kangaroos live. Our brief was to put together a website - in a very slim timeframe - that represented the sanctuary before the documentary began being broadcasted. The site will develop with more photographs, information and footage as it comes to hand for the organisation.
Adels Grove is a truly unique remote Australian destination. The area boasts stunning river systems snaking through red rocky gorges, a wealth of plant and wildlife as well as a fascinating history. It was important to reflect these qualities in our designs, improve the search engine optimisation, increase edit-ability of content as well as showcase the destinations beauty photographically.
The Drug & Alcohol Services Association and NT Government re-engaged DriverWeb to develop an innovative approach that went above and beyond the 2010 - 11 'That's Enough' campaign we created. Our proposal was to help create a 'movement' of motivated young people to learn, discuss, reflect and share their thoughts about their personal alcohol consumption and that of their friends, family and community.
The campaign launched with a public 'Flash Mob' performance, a parody of the Jimmy Cliff classic 'I can see clearly now'. Over 20 youths volunteered their time and energy in the performance. This video formed a number of TV commercials and a 2 minute feature video online all drawing people to the website. The website is a highly interactive site that encourages people to join the movement, create and share content, play an interactive game, get involved in physical challenges with the community and enter a video competition. We 'gamified' the experience so that all these activities and interactions with the website earned members badges and points, the highest point scorer each month earns themselves an iPad just to say thanks for being involved.
latest tweet - Clippy is back! And it can be added to websites for instant nostalgia. Truly is the golden age of web development https://t.co/Y4Eik8XAg0 - 05-15 12:03 Driver Web Design