We aim to produce web sites that are simple, clear and fast-loading - providing useful information and services. Original graphics are used sparingly, where appropriate (you won't find animated clip-art!). To discuss your new web site please complete the form on the right.
Online store for power-ultrasonics components, built on the popular open-source application Zen Cart with automatic calculation of shipping costs through the FedEx interface and payment processing through PayPal.
Simple, clean site with pastel colours for a health / therapy product - magnetic treatment for pain relief.
New site for a local medium-sized business selling new and used construction equipment. Using the popular Wordpress software as a basis, news pages and banner ads are easily updated by the business staff themselves - minimal computing experience required.
A colourful, bright, fresh look for this site selling the versatile "Handy-magnet" - a flexible plastic strip with powerful rare-earth magnets embedded in it. Hundreds of uses around the home, office, garage or workshop.
New site for a local business brokering the sale of heavy construction machinery. Web site includes a database of used construction equipment for sale in Australia.
With vans based in Sydney and Newcastle this mobile car body repair business covers a wide area. The simple web site offers before and after pictures of their work - an excellent advertisement and a demonstration of the pride they take in fixing car bumpers, dents and scratches.
The site now also includes new elements from our cgi collection - photo upload and a custom image generator. The photo upload concept is simple - you take photos of the damage you want fixed and transfer the digital images to their computer (either using a digital camera or by scanning the photos). Then on the Quotes page you upload photos along with all other relevant details, allowing 1800Bumper's skilled assessors to work out a quote for repair work.
The custom image generator gives another option for people without a digital camera or scanner - you click on the diagram of a car, van or ute to mark the location and extent of the damage. Each click position is recorded with a small red cross, and the modified image is stored in the same way as a photo.