Tosibox Australia

Tosibox Australia

Tosibox AustraliaTosibox Australia is a new arm of CBTech. Now and again something turns up which is groundbreaking and likely to make a difference. Tosibox is a one of those, a new product developed in Finland. Theidea is to move network remote access security from software to hardware. Basically it sees security as a simple matter of a physical lock and a physical key. Once the lock is on the network, no one gets in from outside without the device they are connecting from being equipped with the identified usb dongle. All the rest of you network security remains in tack, and rights username and passwords are still required.

We decided to use a separate focussed website for this product which is likely to revolutionise IT infrastructure for many, and make the office network a safer place.

http://www.tosiboxaustralia.com/

You Are The Key

You Are The Key

You Are The KeyYou are the Key is an extension of the work of Coach Phil Evans (of PeopleStuff) and a few others.

The purpose of the site is to become a goto resource bank for a number of videos designed to help people get in touch with their own resources, and for those who want to go further to access course material for people who want to work through the matters, and a doorway for those who wamt to engage the services of Coach Phil Evans.

We made a decision early on that we were going to ensure that the site could be accessed from a mobile phone and be useable (in a practical sense) from mobile devices with small screens (I-Phones and Smart Phones etc).

http://www.youarethekey.com.au/

Cardiff Anglican

Cardiff Anglican

Cardiff AnglicanWhen the Anglican Parish of Cardiff’s new Rector was appointed there was a sense that they were about the enter into the age of Information Technology. Within days of arriving in the Parish they were off and running with a Facebook Page.  In her previous appointment the parish had made much use of toe internet to help establish a further dimension of connectedness.

The design parameters included the need to accumulate a parish Calendar of Events, an inter-connectedness between the site and the facebook page, and an expression of who they are as a parish. They were looking for some design that managed to express something of the traditional and the contemporary.

 

http://www.cardiffanglican.org.au/

 

Counting On Us

Counting On Us

Counting On UsCounting On Us have establish a very effective vertical niche market business offering service in data collection. For some time the margins in this business were very attractive and word of mouth was sufficient to ensure new business and continuing revenue streams. As it is with businesses that find themselves in this fortunate position there is a natural tendency for more players to come  into the market.

A number of these sought to establish position in the market place, prominence and professionalism through the use of web marketing. It was important for Counting on us to confirm their place in the market by ensuring that they had a professional presence on the web, to attract new areas of the market and to establish and maintain credibility with ongoing clients.

One of the great challenges for vertical market businesses is that the customer list is likely to be quite small and reasonably easy for new entrants to the market to identify.

The website, together with embracing new technologies has helped Counting On Us to stay ahead of the pack.

The CMS used for this website is WordPress

http://countingonus.com.au/

Responsive Themes

RespponsiveWebIn the olden days people use their phone to make phone calls. These days people use their phones for many other things, and if you have a smart (so-called) phone you may well use it to text, email, face-book, twitter, bank,  take photos, watch You-Tube, maintain a contact list, manage a calendar, play games, GPS device, and a whole range of applications beyond the scope of my imagination, and of course run goggle web searches and browse the internet.

There have been a number of approaches taken to resolving a website for a phone, (or one of the other devices that are now used for web browsing. The current solution, which seems to have gained enough traction to be normal is based on a Twitter bootstrap, whereby the page is divided into 12 parts, and each block is defined by the number of parts and stacked accordingly.

This site is using a Responsive Theme th some modifications so if you compare how the site looks on a Smart Phone, a Tablet and a computer you will see how the sites resolves itself according to the device that is being used to browse the site. This is quite different to the earlier method of have many various style sheets designed to meet the variances.

One of the big changes that the plethora of devises adds to the mix is that it is no longer all that effective to be spelling out to many dissensions as absolute values, and percentage and Ems have come into their own as being more powerful and helpful for maintaining readability across devices.