From small HTML websites to more complex database driven websites with integrated social networks and online stores, these are just some of the previous projects undertaken by Vintuitive.
Surf Maresias Website
Built for surf community in Maresias, one of the most popular surf points in Brazil and a point for some tournaments.
Responsive design with mobile in mind
The website’s slick design functions just as well on phones and tablets as it does on the big screen.
Geeks on Call Website Upgrade
Geeks on Call is Australia’s leading technology services franchise group providing onsite computer and IT services to SME’s Australia wide.
Upgrade the Old Static Website to a New Dynamic Website
Geeks on Call required their old HTML website to be replaced with a more modern, dynamic website to allow for easier updates and additions. The solution involved rebuilding the website utelising a Content Management System (CMS) that provides, among other benefits, the ability for anyone with a username and password to log in and change aspects of the website themselves.
Addition of a Blog to Improve Search Engine Results
Geeks on Call understood that blogging on your website is one of the best ways of gaining favour of Search Engines and driving more traffic to the website. Because the website was built on a CMS, it was little effort to add a blog.
Made to Suit Mobile Devices
The website was built to accommodate those accessing the website on mobile devices such as Apple’s iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, as well as Android devices.
RWND Mobile App Promotion
Australian social broadcast and video company Zarfo requested Vintuitive’s promotional services for their new product, RWND, a video-sharing mobile app.
Being a video based service it was important to raise awareness of RWND with users of other major video platforms. By promoting user-generated RWND videos on YouTube, Instagram, and Vine, and then sharing out to other social media accounts, a significant impact was made, bringing more users onto the RWND app.
Weekly Highlights Promoted the Top 3 RWNDS
Each week the top three RWND videos created by the community were promoted with a compilation video that encouraged users to outdo each other in creative ways.
Vintuitive tailored this content to suit each platform in order to raise awareness of the app among the target audience.
Short-form Content For Short Attention Spans
The short form video is preferred by many people these days as attention spans get increasingly shorter. Having these short promotional videos shared regularly on the three major video platforms repeatedly put RWND in the face of those who were interested.
Grab Attention Then Call to Action
All content generated was designed to first grab the attention and spark interest in the viewer and is then followed by a call to action prompting the user to download and install the RWND app.
Laser-focused Social Media Posts Targeted Larger Audience
The sharing and distribution across social media at specific times targeted the largest audience, while the use of the most appropriate hashtags ensures the content was directed at those who are looking for related material.
MBC Foods Website Upgrade
Event caterer Caroline from MBC Foods had an old website that was about ten years old. The business was growing and the website really needed to be expanded, with more pages added.
A Blog to Share Events & Recipes
Caroline also wanted a blog and to be able to add content herself, like recipes, etc.
Online Store to Sell Products
MBC Foods has a growing range of products and it was important that these be made available for sale on the website. An e-commerce area of the website was created with a built-in notification service that sends an SMS to Caroline’s phone whenever someone purchases something from her online shop.
Currajong Clinic Website
A small medical clinic in Gin Gin, Queensland required an online presence. Nothing complicated, just a means of providing general information to the public about the practice and their services that can be accessed online. Seeing as one of main functions was to show the public where they are located, an interactive map with photographs was embedded in the Contact page.