Click on Rentals was released in September 2014. It was built in WordPress and had a custom shopping cart built specifically for their needs. The site is fully responsive and works great on desktop, tablet and mobile. It has some of the nicest looking forms and features some tidy CSS3 animations. The clean, professional design was crafted by Roar Strategy & Design.
If your looking to rent an appliance, be sure to Click on Rentals!
“ Woohoo! TRAX has gone global. Sales in North America & Europe! ”
http://catfishthai.com.au has recently been released. This is a great little brochure site. The design adjusts for mobile and also includes a nice CSS3 intro animation. Built in WordPress by Launch and designed by The Design Bakery. Why not visit the Catfish Thai website... and maybe make a booking. You won't regret it!
Launch is very pleased to announce the release of TRAX. A native iOS iPad app that makes running live backing tracks RAD!
A single page site has been created to promote the app and offer support. This site was designed by Launch and built by Launch. Be sure to checkout the site on a recent desktop browser as the 3D iPad effect is pretty cool!
“ Wow.. getting some pretty impressive jpeg filesize reductions using mozjpeg and imageoptim ”
“ Facebook cover photo uploaded.. looks great on Desktop.. terrible on the iPad and iPhone app! Back to the drawing board! ”
Last week a brand new website for Emblazon went live. This site was built in WordPress and uses the Woocommerce plugin for the shopping cart. The design was by MudGroup and the blend of clean lines and white space really puts a focus on the products.
Getting the product listing page divider lines to work was actually quite difficult. The site is fully responsive so 1, 2 or 3 columns of products needed to be accounted for as well as for an even or uneven amount of products. Its just a small thing but Launch is really pleased with the results.
A new website for East Grampians Health Services was released a few months ago. Their previous website was dated and they wanted something that was fresh and a bit special. Jamie from Digital Outlaw came up with a great design but it wasn't without its challenges.
The site is fully responsive and adjusts for Desktop/Tablet/Mobiles and anything in between. It was built in WordPress and setup in such a way that EGHS can build a page by piecing together different content. This gives them flexibility to structure their site however they want.
Some of the special components is the full page homepage splash, touch optimised scrolling images panel, popout mobile menu, fixed desktop side menu, expanding footer and more!
When you Publish or Update a page or post in WordPress the default
behavior is to load the same page your editing. I often find myself
wanting to publish and view the published page immediately. You can add
code to functions.php to change this behavior but I don't always want
this to happen. To solve this problem I wrote a simple WordPress Plugin
called Publish View.