Web Design Showcase 1

  

 

Design Highlights

  • Clear call-to-actions to attract visitor attention and increase average visitor stay times
  • Semi-transparent elements that work cross-browser give the site a fresh, modern feel
  • Highlight splash images rotate and are driven from a client maintained database in the CMS.
  • Embedded You-Tube video on homepage

 

Design Showcase 2

 

 

Design Highlights

  • Clean, crisp black/grey/gold layout giving the site a professional, luxurious feel
  • Rotating image elements driving from client maintained database in the CMS
  • Three different types of image galleries
  • Lightbox galleries on demand, with images managed from web database by the client

Design Showcase 3

 

 

 

Design Highlights

  • Simplistic looking site targeted at a conservative audience
  • Call-to-action images on homepage rotate from the web database, maintained by client
  • Semi transparent background fades in and out to give a dynamic feel to every page
  • Stores brochures, image slideshows and pricing for each product page maintained in CMS
  • Lightbox maps on demand, managed from web database by the client
  • Custom transparency solutions work in all browsers, including IE6

 

 

Design Showcase 4

 

 

 

Design Highlights

  • Dynamic shopping cart and images driven from customised web database
  • Call-to-action element boxes on homepage and flash rotating images
  • Stores all product information in an easy-to-user web database via the CMS
  • Includes a white label solution to push the site data out to third party websites

 

 

Web News

ICANN: There is an ongoing and significant risk to DNS infrastructure
Recent rash of DNS hijacking attacks has spurred ICANN to urge the industry for a more rapid DNSSEC adoption.
--- 24 Feb 2019 03:34 AM

There's no ops like NoOps: the next evolution of DevOps
Code moving from frontal-lobe-to-front-office in a snap? Let's consider the case for the complete automation of software delivery and operations.
--- 24 Feb 2019 03:03 AM

Adobe patches bug that could blow up MacBook Pro speakers
If you run Adobe Premiere Pro on a MacBook Pro then it pays to go find the latest update, because it patches a bug that has permanently damaged MacBook Pro speakers.
--- 24 Feb 2019 02:40 AM

Samsung SmartThings Wifi review: Mesh networking with a smart home twist
Samsung's mesh network setup does more than just provide Wi-Fi to all of your devices.
--- 24 Feb 2019 12:00 AM

Google opens first developer hub in Singapore
Internet giant unveils a physical space, occupying 7,200 square feet within its Singapore office, that it says offers various resources for developers from Southeast Asia, including hands-on mentorship, networking opportunities, and access to Google technologies.
--- 23 Feb 2019 06:54 PM

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