"A large project completed at the end of 2013 was the development of a Magento shopping cart ecommerce solution for the Patersonrose Christchurch website. This system integrates in real time with the shop tills managing stock, freight and distribution. Medlicott Design built the frontend and made it responsive so that the website could easily sell products on any platform and enabled the ecommerce which links through the Paystation Gateway with the ANZ banks eGate platform.
New Cow Hide Website
"I have recently built a new website on an ecommerce platform for www.cowhides.co.nz so that they can showcase their products online and easily update product listings. Currently the eCommerce part is not activated, but people can still contact the owners easily to buy leather handbags, rugs, and more ... Check their business and website out here
BTW South Re-Design
"BTW South is an award winning business (winner of Central Otago Business Excellence Awards for 2013) located in Cromwell & Gore who needed their website redesigned to match their business profile. "The judges observed that BTW South was a standout young, dynamic and growing business that had made a conscious decision to adopt a best practice approach to how it does business." Check their business and website out here
SC Free Kindergartens Rebuild
"This year the SCFKA undertook a major overhaul of their website to make it more appealing to the public, enable their own staff to manage content, and also to include an Intranet system for use throughout the wide area their kindergartens cover. Built on a responsive Wordpress platform, the website adapts itself to scale nicely for smart phones, iPads, notebooks, pc's and any other formats. Visit their new website
New Website for Opihi MTB Ride
"The www.opihimtb.co.nz website was created with ease of use in mind; for both the visitors and the volunteer clubs who have to update it f0r the annual race. It is responsive and plays nicely on smartphones, iPads and tablets as well as normal pcs. [caption id="attachment_851" align="alignnone" width="475"] Opihi MTB Ride Website"
The Road Less Travelled
"Of course Anah needed a new design for her main travel blog too, so she could connect with everyone about studies in New York, her adventures in the US and elsewhere around the world, so the Road Less Travelled also had a makeover, and she can update it from her phone, auto-post articles on Facebook and much more. Anah left it fairly open for my interpretation and we have gone for a clean look with soft colouring (lighter grey fonts) and she is very happy with the result and has already had compliments from her American classmates.
"Anah is busy with her holistic health studies at University in New York, so has put the new Earthbeat website into a holding pattern until her return, so we thought we would redesign it, ready to move forward.
Top Hut Bar & Bistro, Twizel
"Bar, Cafe & Bistro all at one stop in Twizel. There is a TAB, Bottlestore, inside and outside dining areas and function facilities. Visit www.tophuttwizel.co.nz to learn"
"The online answer to your vehicle transponder key problems. Buy a spare or replacement key from The Keyman (a division of Allied Locks) and get back on the move again. They can replace most car makes. Visit www.thekeyman.co.nz to learn"
Manuherikia Catchment Water Strategy Group
"The current area of irrigation in this Central Otago area is well short of the potential 60,000 ha of irrigable land available & this group are helping to co-ordinate new irrigation water options derived from efficiency improvements, the Clutha River, or from new storage dams. Visit the Manuherikia Catchment Water Strrategy Group website to learn more about their Central Otago irrigation"
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