SELECTED WEBSITE, BRAND & CONTENT WORK
Working with award-winning NZ cleaning and gardening business An Extra Pair of Hands, and ThreePoint as web developer and host, we transferred the ageing Joomla site to a new WordPress site. We revised the site’s architecture, usability, and content focus, and created new pages to reflect keyword topics on-page.
A word in your ear
We worked with Streamline Dictation Services owner Julie Wintle, and our regular developer Kalpesh Bhula, to achieve the goal of refurbishing the audio transcription company’s website. We encountered several tricky issues in the course of the job, which we sorted out with some smart teamwork all round. Sentence Case work involved revising UX, and optimising web copy and social accounts.
Glass half full
We got alongside NZ window film experts Glasshield to redesign the page navigation and content for their new website. This involved condensing 60-odd pages of content down into 10! We collaborated with Melbourne brand developer Worldmark to get things sorted.
Navigating to waterfront luxury
Alex has been working with mega-talented designer Daisy Zou on brand strategy, naming, and marketing collateral for Navigator Apartments, an exciting new apartment development in Lyall Bay, Wellington. View a copy of the brochure Alex wrote for the project.
In search of the oracle down under
We were stoked to join forces with our compadres Lynn at Freshfields Design, and Kalpesh at ThreePoint, to produce a new website for the Asia-Pacific HQ of the world’s leading provider of independent advice about Oracle software licensing, Palisade Compliance APAC.
The happy chemist
We love working with Wainuiomata pharmacist Clive Cannons (The Happy Chemist), writing articles for his website covering health advice and homegrown practical philosophy.
Meat in the sandwich
We helped web build client Meat Direct with social media and email marketing. For example, we spruced up their Facebook page, posted regularly with tips and recipes to interest their clients, and ran a cost-effective Christmas campaign that achieved a 24% monthly increase in purchases on their e-commerce site. Alex also set up MailChimp, creating templates and providing training so the client could be hands-on with their content marketing.
Alex has been helping Kelburn purveyor of recycled curtains and collectibles, The Decorator Exchange, with their digital marketing. The business’s internet presence is based on social media, online directories, and email. To create a profile on Google Search, Alex wrote a brand story about the owner, Cindy Hill, and her fabulous business. Links in the article provide readers with the opportunity to connect with Cindy on social media, as well as directions to her shop’s location. Increased business has been the result.
A satisfied customer is the best business strategy of all.”
– Michael LeBoeuf, former professor of management at the University of New Orleans