Website rebuild of Rooweb introduced e-commerce features and digital downloads. The website has been developed utilising WordPress and WooCommerce and includes a custom WordPress theme and design. Refinements and additions will happen over time along with an increasing catalogue of products.
Created: January 24, 2020 Modified: January 24, 2020 by Mathew Callaghan
Here we have a custom WordPress web design for Access Ability Services. Designed to match their existing marketing materials the website utilises server-level caching resulting in a fast and accessible site. SEO Optimised and easy to manage and grow with the business. The WordPress dashboard makes growing your business online […]
Created: October 12, 2019 Modified: October 12, 2019 by Mathew Callaghan
Here we have created a custom single page website with a focus on optimisation (Web Performance Optimisation). A website like this provides a quick, effective low cost way to get a business presence started. Our design techniques and development methods have resulted in a fast, responsive and accessible website. From here […]
Created: August 26, 2019 Modified: August 26, 2019 by Mathew Callaghan
Web design and online presence management for Hunter Coast Roof Repairs.
Created: November 16, 2018 Modified: May 2, 2019 by Mathew Callaghan
A custom made WordPress Theme is a great solution when you want total control over your website. Pure Services designs, develops, deploys and maintains many WordPress based websites. A custom developed website gives you complete control over your online presence. You own what you create. Request a quote
Created: August 20, 2018 Modified: August 23, 2018 by Mathew Callaghan
Single Page Website A single page website for BnD Lawn Mowing Services. This page is simple clean and mobile responsive. We have also included an Accelerated Mobile Page. A single page website is an affordable way to get a basic web presence that can grow.
Created: November 21, 2017 Modified: November 20, 2018 by Mathew Callaghan
Website Rebuild So it’s about 8 years on since we built the first Joomla based website in 2008 we have now done a complete website rebuild. For the rebuild we have gone with WordPress because its just so easy manage from the dashboard. A custom theme is used along with […]
Created: August 8, 2016 Modified: May 17, 2020 by Mathew Callaghan
A minimal website for counselling services Utilising PHP and HTML5 with a great PageSpeed result this minimal website is intentionally clean and simple. Providing a budget friendly, easily accessible informational website on mobile devices or larger screens.
Created: August 10, 2015 Modified: November 20, 2018 by Mathew Callaghan
WordPress website for Ozypod Ozypod is a modular storage system provided by Oz Robes, a Newcastle based business. This wordpress website provides some basic information about the product and also is ready to grow when and if need. This website contains some CSS3 effects and also utilises Bootstrap. Photos on […]
Created: December 18, 2014 Modified: April 12, 2018 by Mathew Callaghan
WordPress Design for wardrobe contractor We have designed this website for a local wardrobe contractor. A custom theme and graphics have been used for this wordpress design. Bootstrap and CSS3, schema have been used.
Created: May 21, 2014 Modified: November 20, 2018 by Mathew Callaghan
This is our gallery Rooweb Clipart We have developed this gallery based on WordPress. May be a different way of using WordPress but it works and shows how flexible it is. A custom theme and a some custom plugins achieved the result we wanted but its always evolving and never […]
Created: August 3, 2013 Modified: February 20, 2019 by Mathew Callaghan
Magento E-commerce Getup Wear is a Magento e-commerce website dealing in fashion accessories. Here we have provided graphic design, web design and development, managed hosting and domain name registration, basic SEO and performance optimisation. This online store is clean and easy to navigate. We provide e-commerce training and support after […]
Created: May 27, 2013 Modified: April 11, 2018 by Mathew Callaghan