The Ballarat Property Group website was one of the first major jobs for Launch way back in 2010. This site has had a few updates along the way and is still going strong.
The property listings come from the real estate view system so hooking up with their API was essential to get it all working. The site also includes a mobile version using jQuery Mobile. The design was by The Design Bakery and the build was by Launch.
Mobile Version: http://m.ballaratpropertygroup.com.au
Tim from Made Visual approached Launch last year to put together a website for Regional Retaining Walls & Landscaping. Tim's attention to detail and creativity made this job one of my favorites to date.
It was built in metaCMS so that RRWL can easily update content. A couple of nice features included was:
* canvas video slider with a wipe effect
* automatically generated blend mode in the galley section (designed to emulate photoshops colour blend mode)
* location lookup for the contact form
Checkout http://rrwl.com.au for all your retaining wall requirements.
...and if you want to see some more of Tim's work checkout http://madevisual.com.au
A new website for Paul Tabbitt Hair was released late last year. The design was fairly simple but proved to be a little challenging to get right. The tricky part was getting the selected menu item to stretch down behind the content.
The layout is responsive and includes a few animations to enhance the experience. It was designed by Cressaid Logic and built by Launch.
A new website for Mud Group was released yesterday. Mud Group is a Graphic Design Studio based in Winchelsea, Victoria. I've been working with Stu for quite a few jobs lately and its been a pleasure.
While its not a huge site it certainly showcases the great work that Mud Group produces. metaCMS was used to create and manage the content. The design is clean, works well all different size screens and loads quickly. Designed by Mud Group and built by Launch.
A new website for Victorian Water was released last month. This site included a complete re-design and platform change. It now uses WordPress as the CMS and includes custom features such as a members area with restricted access, news/events, custom backgrounds & image sliders.
The design was by The Design Bakery and the build was by Launch.
Vic Water have been fantastic clients and Stage 3 of this project is beginning soon so keep your eyes on it as we unveil lots of new features!
April 2013 saw the release of a website that took 8 months to create. The guys at Xtreme Connect wanted to connect the extreme sports world via an interactive website and have fun while doing it.
The awesome design was done by tba:media (www.tbamedia.com.au) and all the programming by Launch. The layout is responsive and uses MongoDB as the database. It supports logging in with Google, Yahoo, Twitter, Facebook or email/password which was no small feat!
As always its a work in progress but it was great to see it go live.
Its been a long, long time coming but its finally here. Launch Interactive now has a full website and not just a silly splash page!
Building my own site has been one of the hardest jobs I've done. Firstly, because I designed it and secondly, because I want it to be just right.
The site adjusts nicely for different screens and devices. Its fast and clean and is super easy to update. I've also got a decent list of things to add but if you have any suggestions let me know!
Thanks to all the great clients who have gone out of their way to write testimonials!
So, with all that said... why not have a look?
© 2017 Launch Interactive