Brand, Print, Graphic and Web Design, Wordpress, iPhone/Mobile, Email Marketing in Auckland

By: Design Collective  06-Dec-2011

Our portfolio is bursting with great examples of our web and graphic design/print work, these speak for themselves. You may wish to know more about our full range of services.

WordPress

The best thing about WordPress is it is free, the only cost involved is hosting and templating so it looks like your own site. We can develop bespoke WordPress Templates. These start at a very reasonable cost for straightforward customisation (perfect for business start-ups and SMEs) to more complex development such as is used by big business (such as Fortune 500 companies), for both web sites and blogs.

Web Development/Web Apps

When WordPress isn’t the answer, and your requirements cannot be met by Open Source solutions, we can create a bespoke development using PHP and/or the CakePHP framework. PHP is one of the most stable, secure and flexible programming languages used on the internet.

  • DCMail provides reporting functionality so you can measure the success of your marketing
  • DCMail provides a tool to easily manage a list and/ or sublists of contacts for targeted campaigns
  • You are completely in control

Reporting and Analytics

List Management

We take the pain out of list management by handling the messy stuff like bounces and unsubscribes automatically.

iPhone Development: Make a big splash with a Small Screen

There are now more than 200,000  iPhone users in New Zealand (Frost & Sullivan)*, a great opportunity for the forward thinking.

It’s true that Safari, the web browser on the Apple iPhone, is a remarkable browser, able to display any website in miniature, though to make sense of any website, a lot of scrolling and zooming is required.

Users of the iPhone are much likely to spend more time visiting sites that tailor specifically to their needs.

We can detect the browser a device uses when accessing your website and redirect or alter the site to match creating a more fluid and engaging experience for iPhone users. Adam has been designing sites for small devices since the rollout of WAP in 1999/2000.

Why not celebrate the release of the new iPhone 4 with an iPhone web site.