Jo wanted something easy and simple to represnt her business. Service pages were main focus of the website. Apart from that on longer termsn, Jo wanted an option for eCommerce integration if needed.View case study
Friends of the Royal National Park Inc needed to move away from their old bloated WordPress theme, and needed modern approach to the design and development. In the meantime, ease of use was main focus on CMS that included event calendar, event registrations and galleries.
At the end of the handover, I was able to deliver all requirements.View case study
WooCommerce is featured packed and easy to manage solution backed up by the core development team at WordPress. So it's a no-brainer choosing WooCommerce.
I design websites too. I have done WordPress web design for local companies including IT firms, engineering companies, beauty salon to mention few. My web design is user-focused, optimised for SEO and conversions.
As a passionate photographer and with experience of some digital photography for some of my clients, I have done a few photoshoots already – mostly user-focused and small-sized products. So if you are looking for some photoshoot as part of your project, I might be able to help you.
My main motto is that each website can be targeted for a few keywords for SEO Optimisation. So I focus on a good understanding of your project before even designing the website and then come up with suggestions for better On-Page SEO Optimisation.
I can help you choose a good web hosting depending upon your budget and project. This is normally included as a part of project I undertake. Whether it’s just a personal website or full-fledged e-commerce platform, I can guide you to choose best match for your business.
I do take WordPress security quite seriously. Apart from writing good quality work, I do take plenty of precautions on security that includes choosing good reliable host, backing up website and running periodic maintenance of the website I build.
Here are some of the most asked questions about WooCommerce.
WooCommerce is totally free. But design and development aspect of WooCommerce is where cost varies. By rule of thumb, the more complex the website, more costly it is.
WooCommerce allows you to manage as many product as you want. If you have more products, its advisable to find a web host that can scale. I can guide you on that too.
Generally, WooCommerce can handle upto 1000 products. So if your store have anywhere around that many product, WooCommerce is a good solution for you.
The cost of any website depends upon its complexity. On an average website, I build costs from 2500 AUD.
Yes I do. But for website done by me only. It's my responsibility to get your website running with minimum downtime.
On an average, most of my design and development works take around 4-5 weeks.