Brooke Street Pier
Tim Penny Architecture
You can draw a lot of parallels between building a website and building a ... well a building. This website was designed up by Sarah Owen Design (the architects you might say) and developed by Springhead Web (the builders). The site reflects the care and attention to detail evident in Tim Penny Architecture's own projects. The navigation is fantastic, fun and functional. SilverStripe CMS of course allow the client to maintain their content and an ever expanding list of projects without ever having to bother a web developer again!
Musica Viva Tasmania
Designed by Jenny at Sarah Owen Design and brought to life by Springhead, this elegant website provides MVT with the power to put their concert program online and to easily keep it up to date through a customised version of the marvellous SilverStripe CMS.
Damian at Great Scott Design dreamt up this fresh looking website which was then skilfully coded by Springhead and placed delicately within a SilverStripe CMS. It not only provides MCP Group with a sparkling online presence, but also a place to share their latest news and a portal for their extensive documents. Among other things...
Bayte. It's Lebanese for yummy food. Well no not really. But that's what they do. In fact it's more than yummy, it's super yummy! The website design by Springhead is simple, stylish and effective. And SilverStripe CMS of course allows the gals at Bayte to update their online menu with ease, to showcase their marvellous upcoming events and to of course take bookings!
This beautiful, responsive website was designed by Great Scott Design for a private obstetrician and gynaecologist. With SilverStripe CMS under the hood of course, html5, css3 and a dash of jQuery for a unique navigation experience, this website delivers content and style in spades.
Another beautiful and simple design from Sarah Owen. Actually a series of accommodation websites based on one design layout. A very cost effective way to go. All with SilverStripe goodness behind the scenes of course!