This WordPress-driven website, for a saw-milling business based in Te Kuiti, milling and producing high-quality processed Radiata Pine for the building industry.
The project was contracted to Urban Legend web by Elan Design, who produced the custom designs. We converted the design to a custom WordPress theme, along with the necessary menus, posts, widgets, links etc to make the site easily editable to the client, or someone else with no knowledge of web languages.
This site, for an Auckland childcare centre, was contracted to Urban Legend web via Elan Design, who provided the graphics and website content.
We coded the custom WordPress theme, comprising pages, posts and categories, widgets, etc. We installed and configured the necessary plugins.
Note that the client has yet to use the CMS to complete some of the content, including photo gallery, and events.
This site is for a thriving wife-and-husband business in Kerikeri, http://theparrotplace.co.nz, a bird park and breeding centre also selling pet products online.
Their WordPress-driven site had been using an outdated e-commerce system. Urban Legend converted it to the now-standard WooCommerce, which streamlines product management for the site owner, and vastly improves site useability for visitors.
We designed and coded the new theme, which went live in June 2016, based on the business’ colour motifs and logo.
This site is WordPress-driven, and is for an organisation which aims to combine business and community interests in New Zealand.
It was inherited, and is managed, updated, and tweaked, by Urban Legend web, having originally been designed and launched by McGovern & Associates.
Since then we’ve regularly added widgets and plugins, and made design and css changes to help make the frequently-updated site manageable.
This site offers natural healing techniques and coaching based on traditional ayurvedic medicine.
Urban Legend web was contracted to create the front-end and back-end using a WordPress framework.
For the backend, theme files were edited in PHP to provide user options for content management and editing.
For this project I was under contract to a Christchurch agency, PublicaDDM.
The above site, headlamp.co.nzWooCommerce engine, and a theme designed and customised by Urban Legend web.
It features affordable, convenient, powerful head lamps.
It is mobile-friendly, and uses hand-coded additions to a WooCommerce template, as well as HTML5 and elements of Bootstrap.
The design is aimed at a target market for these headlamps – active outdoors people.
This site, featuring designer T-Shirts for New Zealanders, is designed by Mark Tyrell of Elan Design .
Urban Legend web was contracted to customise the functionality of the WordPress WooCommerce-driven site.
In terms of design, that included a mobile-friendly and heavily-customised theme based on the Gantry framework.
In terms of functionality, the site is again heavily-customised, including;
- implementing security and content module customisations to WordPress & WooCommerce
- a two-tier sign-up and pricing system which distinguishes between retailers and shoppers
- a flexible and user-friendly front-end ordering system which allows buyers to choose mutliple products and variants from a single page
The content is managed by Elan Design.
This online Hi-Fi site is built under contract from a Christchurch webshop, publica.co.nz.
It is based on WordPress, and uses the popular and high-quality WooCommerce framework to sell Hi-Fi equipment online.
The theme is an original designed by Publica, and rendered by Urban Legend web using a child theme of WooThemes’ flagship Canvas theme.
This WordPress-driven site for pool and snooker suppliers needed a linkable slider for the home page.
Urban Legend web was contracted to code an editable slider allowing the client to add their own images. I used WP slider, and some custom css, to achieve that. That works well within the built-in flexslider provided by the WooCommerce framework’s Sliding theme used by the site.