Web Prophets has been working with Flemington Farmers' Market for over 9 years, and in 2019, it was time for another refresh of the website. One of the main requirements was to ensure the website was mobile responsive - with 80% of the target audience using mobile as the main engagement platform.
Web Prophets first redeveloped The Melbourne Sports Medicine Centre (MSMC) website in 2013. In 2019, it was time for a fresh new look, including a responsive design.
Thirrili is a not-for-profit organisation that addresses Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander suicide prevention and postvention. Web Prophets was asked to help Thirrili with branding, brochure design and website design, development and hosting. The website core focus is to support mental health care workers in regional areas, assist families and friends, as well as provide a resource for staff and support workers.
Off Peak Weddings is a web site managed by Yarra Ranges Tourism, the marketing business that supports local businesses in the Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges. This web site is dedicated to promoting local businesses that service the wedding industry during the off-peak season.
We Prophets first redeveloped the Reclink website in 2013. In 2019, it was time for a new design and also make the website more user friendly and responsive. Over the years, Reclink has expanded their programs which also needed to be incorporated into the new design for the website.
Cordiner King first developed their website with Web Prophets in 2014, with a redesign at the start of 2019.
May 2018 saw the release of the new look Fowles Wine website.
Fowles Wine is a burgeoning local Victorian wine producer with a growing export market through America, the UK and Asia.
The Fowles Wine website has been designed to assist future growth and extend into emerging markets.
National and State Libraries Australia (NSLA) is the peak body for Australia's national, state and territory libraries. A renaming to National and State Libraries Australia in July 2018, required the website to be redeveloped to reflect the priorities in NSLA’s 2018-21 strategic plan and rebranding. The focus of the website is to share strategic thinking, expertise and specialist solutions to increase productivity and achieve better outcomes.
Wagner Contemporary first came to Web Prophets to use Etools email marketing software. In June 2016, Wagner Contemporary, re-branded and moved to a new location which called for a new website. Wagner Contemporary wanted a solution that allowed them to easily update the website in-house. The website needed to showcase the current exhibition as well as have a listing of upcoming and past exhibitions. Artists profiles was also a huge part of the website with a listing of artists they represent and artworks that are available for purchase as well as artworks already sold.
Arctic Rescue Victoria Inc. is a brand new not-for-profit organisation setup to assist with the re-homing, rescue and fostering of arctic breed dogs. The website is a very important tool for the organisation as it allows them to promote dogs that are ready for adoption or in need of foster care. As a volunteer run organisation, the ability to collect donations online as well as sell tickets for fundraising events helps raise funds so the organisation can keep saving dogs in need. Arctic Rescue were the recipient of on of three $5000 web development sponsorships that Web Prophets offers each year to not-for-profit organisations.
MS Australia approached Web Prophets in mid-2013 to redesign and develop their website. Part of MS Australia’s requirements was to focus content directly to its audience and to have the capability to update the website themselves.
Web Prophets worked with MS Australia to build a new website focused on the needs of people with MS, Carers of people with MS and people supporting the organisation.
Spa Wellness Travel have been a client of Web Prophets for over 8 years now. Spa Wellness Travel's old website required an update to improve the presentation, including a responsive theme for easy viewing on desktop, laptop, tablet and mobile devices.
The Creative Health Australian Leadership Collective asked Web Proohets to redesign their website.
Creative Health Australian Leadership Collective are an independent non-profit organisation that aims to establish long term support for arts and advocacy, research and practice across all areas of health and to embed the arts in the nations approach to health and wellbeing.
Creative Health Australian Leadership Collective's old website required an update to improve the presentation and access to information, including a responsive theme for easy viewing on desktop, laptop, tablet and mobile devices.
Australian Book Auctions (ABA) required a new site that would promote their Upcoming Sales online.
The website needed to be easy to navigate and easy to update for ABA staff. Part of the required features include an email subscription to the ABA newsletter, design of the newsletter and software to allow ABA easy management of email newsletter communications.
CTC are a national organisation that provides training and technical assistance to communities around Australia to help them implement the Communities That Care (CTC) system. The CTC system aims to improve health and wellbeing of local youth. Their clients are people interested in improving the health of young people and may range from local council representatives to philanthropists, to state and federal government, to business people, schools, health services and more.
Uninterrupted is a project by MS Australia to create a online community for people with MS, their family, friends and carers. They have the ability to connect and share their stories and find out more information on MS and it's symptoms.
Digital strategy. As a term it’s becoming increasingly overworked. Whatever you call it, digital strategy is essentially a way of thinking about the digital world of the future and how you and your organisation’s communication fit into it.
As you can imagine, we work a lot with our clients on their digital futures.
These proven tips will give you the confidence to know your strategy is leading you in the right direction.
The digital communication landscape changes everyday – the technology, your audience and your organisation. Think about strategy as the process that allows you to grow and adapt to these changes, engage, look forward, and be ready for the future.
Whether you are a graphic or web designer, it's important to keep accessibility in mind when designing for online applications. In today's world, so much can be done online from shopping, paying bills, communicating through social media, emails and facetime, researching, GPS maps and the list goes on... Using websites, tablets and smart phones is only going to continue to grow, so why should people who are visually impaired or have cognitive disabilities not have access to the online world we live in?
Here some great tips to help with the design process for websites and online applications...
Iwantja Arts asked Web Prophets to design a new logo and website to represent a community of artists living and working in and around the Indulkana Community in far north eastern South Australia on the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands 400km south of Alice Springs.
Iwantja Arts is a NFP, Aboriginal owned and run corporation. The art centre encourages artistic excellence and cultural development for its community by providing opportunities, training and career development for artists.
The Mornington Peninsula and Western Port Biosphere Foundation approached Web Prophets to redevelop their website. Seeking a new, fresh look the website needed to aid the organisation by presenting its projects clearly to the public, and encouraging support through membership, donations and volunteering. Recognised by UNESCO, The Biosphere is a unique area on the outskirts of Melbourne which seeks to create a sustainable balance between the goals of conserving biological diversity, promoting economic development, and maintaining associated cultural values.
You may have heard that on 21st April 2015 Google released a new algorithm for their search results to account for mobile friendly search. You may now be asking yourself Is my site mobile friendly? and How do I find out?
Depending on your site and what purpose it serves our research shows that between 13% and 37% of your site visitors are now using a mobile or tablet to access your website. For a breakdown of device and industry usage; check out our report for April 2015 usage based on the industries we work with.
Here are 10 useful facts & tips to find out more on this issue.