A complete rebuild of an existing RMIT research centre site with complex relationships between content types.View
A new site for an existing client with a clean minimalist layout that is optimised for speed.View
A subsite within WeCan focused on information for older cancer patients with an emphasis on straightforward navigation and accessibility.View
This website is an interactive collaborative platform for this Deakin University research group.View
A new responsive website for this health site providing supportive care information to cancer patients and their families.View
Elements of Sustainable Chemistry (ESC) is a website for an interdisciplinary research hub of Chemistry and Education lecturers and researchers at Deakin University, Australia.View
A complete rebuild of an old static site using WordPress for this long established architectural society.View
Marion’s List is a public register of women in Australian architecture, and is a component of the ArchiParlour site I have developed for several years.View
Our sixth website for this established architectural practice in North Fitzroy.View
A rebuilt website for a longstanding client – a Melbourne literary management agency – with emphasis on speed, responsiveness and accessibility.View
This small public site was part of a larger project undertaken for Deakin University.View
Phooey architects needed an easy site to update – we used a CMS and added a showcase gallery wall to the front page.View
A responsive website for a creative professional that brings together work from a broad career in photography and documentary.View
We are also able to arrange specialist consultants for video shoots, photography, feedback surveys, and branding and identity.
Peter Johns is both a registered architect and a web designer. His web work dates back to 1999, and grew out of a blog he built from scratch then ( it is still going ). Peter acts as main contact, designer and coder. He is keen to keep abreast with the rapid changes in the web, and keeps clients in the loop on things they need to know about. Peter offers a personalised service that is in stark contrast to the way larger firms work – and he likes it that way.
From project to project, Peter is assisted by a small team of contractors and consultants specialised in different areas, to keep all bases covered.
The process we like to follow starts with a meeting to pin down your needs and desires. We will comment on these and work them up with you into a solid scope of works. We will then come back to you with a proposal for the project, and this will also contain a suggested programme. Once we have an approval, we set to work, coming back to you regularly with questions and items for your approval. When you are happy with the site, we launch it.
We recommend a continuing occasional involvement with the website into the future. They usually need a little TLC, and this means regular backups and software updates, as well as new feature implementations and graphic design revisions.
asking you a few questions. These will be very similar to the ones following.
Once we have an idea of your requirements and timeframe, we’ll put together a proposal that states all inclusions and exclusions, with a competitive price.
If you state a budget, we will tailor the cost to fit, and label any tasks that don’t fit as costed future options.