Featuring some recently website projects by Wired.
SBS wanted a dynamic design that invites interaction and engagement with SBS customers. The radical design presents the content as a series of pictures on a gallery wall with a bit of humour injected. An empty chair beckons the visitor to come in and sit down in non-threating familiar environment reminiscent of home and drastically different to the standard sterile bank stereo type.
The Property Group
A major upgrade for TPG, improving the way they communicate to their market. The site was built in WordPress and has extensive sections about their work, all of which can be easily updated by the Group.
TaxRefunds wanted to take their existing website to the next level, as their business was becoming more established in a very competitive market. A new design and an upgrade of the functionality were are key drver, along with improvements to usability and interface design.
New Zealand Avalanche Centre
The New Zealand Avalanche Centre provides 'Backcountry Avalanche Advisory' as a public service. Avalanche forecasting is an undertaking which requires extensive study and field observations, and this site is fed data via seven regional avalanche forecasters working around NZ. The interface is highly visual and interactive, and demonstrates the way Wired can take a highly complicated, data driven site and still make it beautiful and useful.
This was a re-design and feature upgrade of an existing site for local iwi Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu. Wired developed a new deisgn based on a look and feel concept by local designer Erin Stewart, added a e-commerce store and improved browser support.
Te Taumutu Rūnanga
Te Taumutu Rūnanga, members of the local South Island Ngāi Tahu iwi, wanted a website to help them communicate with members and provide a simple way to supply education resources to community schools. Built in WordPress, the site has multiple member-only areas providing access to different types of information depending on user log-in.
Aspire for Life
Plant & Food Research provide the sound scientific basis for this healthy living/weight-loss programme. The website is the main interface between the user and a team of dieticians, coaches and consultants, who provide carefully-paced guidance to help people make lasting changes to their lifestyle. Development included an extensive back-end admin tool. The website and programme have been a great success with some spectacular results.
Electricity Ashburton wanted a completely new look to their site and a focus on their four main business areas: power, fibre, water, and contracting. We're now helping them develop new ways of putting their manual processes online, to improve the customer experience and streamline business operations.
We just finished a re-build of the Destination Fiordland website, which profiles one of the most dramatic and beautiful parts of New Zealand. With images like they have there it was always going to be a glorious result to look at. It's also one of the first sites we've built to allow our client to host content from a variety of local businesses and services.
The stylish new Treble Cone site went live just in time for the web cams to capture the first snow of the season. Designed with the snow sports enthusiest firmly in mind it provides the important information right on the homepage i.e. What's the condtions like?