We build custom websites that incorporate expert design and professional photography. While we have previous experience in manually coding websites, our current choice of platform is WordPress due to it's rapid rate of ongoing development as well as it's wide range of plugins and support.
We don't use templates in our website pages, but rather prefer to build each page layout according to the objective of the page. We also offer search engine optimisation (SEO) and will submit your website to Google for indexing.
I designed the original Mustard Seed Productions website back in 2009 using a combination of hand coded HTML, Flash and Dreamweaver. It was time for an update so I got to work on installing WordPress and redesigning the website. I added images which I’d taken at an event that I had worked at together with Mustard Seed Productions, they did the sound, staging and lighting while I did the photography.
Nokukhanya originally booked me for just an engagement photo shoot, so I met them on the beach at Umhlanga as arranged and we did the photos. They were happy and smiley and it all went well. At the end of the shoot Nokukhanya asked me about doing a wedding website for them. This is the result.
Besides the static content the site incorporates a countdown timer, a photo gallery, google maps, gift registry links and an RSVP form.
The Pop It On website is an e-commerce website designed purely for online sales, therefore there are no additional content pages. I built it in WordPress and used the Woocommerce plug-in for the online shop. I incorporated the Zapper, Payfast and EFT payment gateways.
I also did the photography for some of the online shop items, the logo was designed by Ruth.
I inherited the Highway College website from the previous designer, when I opened up the backend admin area I found that there was a lot of outdated plug-ins and software. I cleaned up the site and gave it a fresher design and additional functionality. I still need to do the photo shoot, watch this space.
I built this website in 2009 using HTML coding, Flash, Dreamweaver and Photoshop. It’s a far cry from today’s responsive websites but is worthy of a mention because of the sheer size of it, it’s basically a big catalogue website and I built each page manually.