Website accessibility is often misunderstood. These are a few basics to follow that will help during development and hopefully think of the experience from new perspectives.
Ever pick up a guitar and can’t remember a song to play?
As I’ve now been working remotely for a few years I thought I’d share a few things I hope will be useful for staying productive (and sane) during these interesting times.
After 5 years I thought it was time to re-think and completely refresh the site.
ALTN8 is a multi venue music festival in the heart of Central Hong Kong, with 8 stages across the city.
A fun client Christmas gift combining Unity, Google Cardboard VR, and real-time web app scoring through AngularJS alongside Firebase.
A project by Capiche Design for the Ministry of Civil Defence and Emergency Management to help prepare New Zealanders for emergency situations.
Fourth iteration of a personal project to store the songs I’ve learned over the years on my smartphone.
A test of the capabilities of the Greensock Animation Platform (GSAP) for the New Zealand Business Number as a viable animated GIF replacement.
When Key Skills talked to us at Capiche Design they were not only looking to modernise their website, but also simplify the way they worked as a business on a day-to-day basis.
A short introduction sequence made for an internal client gift website using animation in CSS and Velocity JS.
Introducing Vnde - a non-alcoholic beverage made from premium New Zealand fruit.
Do you care about New Zealand carer wages? Visit this site to show your support.
Development of a single page responsive website for the Commerce Commission detailing the recent changes in consumer laws.
A more elegant design and simplified site layout from the ground up on a dynamically generated static platform. Confused?
Recently I have been trying to back to basics in both development and design concepts.
Bateson Way is a newly formed private road that opens out to prime residential land. This website was designed to showcase the land plots available for sale to prospective home owners.
UPDATE: I have since completely overhauled the site with a more modern design.
One of my first jobs upon joining the ranks at Capiche Design was to look into how we can best showcase our own work online.
Mobile website development, utilising GPS location to find nearby VTNZ services.
Follow up to the previous Salt Wise quiz with added functionality.
Total Property Solutions wanted a website that efficiently communicated their company in a single page.
Salt Wise is a fun online quiz commissioned by the Stroke Foundation New Zealand to spread awareness about salt in our day-to-day diet.
Ever wanted buttons styled like actual physical USB flash drives? ...Probably not, but here's some just for fun!
Here is a great Tuts+ tutorial for Sublime Text 2 users trying to find their feet, or even veteran users wanting to make use of more features.
2012 - after viewing a great promo site for "Simple Song" by The Shins I decided I wanted to try the same, but with one key difference - No Flash.
Alongside the development of The Ironwork's website I decided to create a web app for iPhone to display a feed of the latest events.
Some years before my move to NZ I worked on a website for a local entertainment venue called The Ironworks.
Prior to my move to New Zealand I worked for a company called Trackyou that specialise in real-time vehicle tracking and asset management.