This site is for a boutique Auckland designer, Kali Designs, and showcases the range of original products on offer.

Launched in May 2010, it also allows stockists to log in and order products online, and gives lists outlets.

More on the portfolio page.

Urban Legend web was contracted to cut and code the site from supplied PSDs.

We also integrated the site with McGovern’s in-house CMS, Scripts, based on ASP.NET, which lets the client manage the content.

This site is for a Whangarei ISP which contracts Urban Legend web to provide website development and design.

The aim was for an effective, fast-loading, and simple design, as befitted the state of browsers at the time, and an emphasis on content.

It uses a flash animation on the landing page, and contains copies of newspaper articles for new computer users.

You’re reading this, which means that Urban Legend web has re-launched its site.

This occasionally-updated page will feature;

  • tips and tricks for non-specialist website content managers – i.e. those who want to update their own sites. Most of these will be to do with WordPress. This site itself, and some clients’ sites, are built on the WordPress engine, so it makes sense for the above-named tips to lean toward working with WordPress.
  • news snippets related to the web and web design
  • occasional pointers to interesting sites, and observations.

Check back here for updates.

71 miles is a Northern California travel site geared for the weekend travel market.

Urban Legend web was contracted to update and customise the WordPress software engine behind it, add some visual features and advertisements, and move the site to a new web host.

More on the portfolio page.

This site is for an Auckland law-firm specialising in corporate and commercial law.

Urban Legend web was contracted by McGovern & Associates to convert the site to valid (X)HTML and CSS, and integrate it with McGovern’s in-house ASP.NET-based "Scripts" Content Management System.

The site owners contracted Urban Legend web to update the WordPress engine, make changes and additions to the site template, add functionality and advertising, and migrate the standards-based site to a new host.