Linda and Alan from Jill's Flower Shoppe are running a business in Inverell which is well established and with over twenty years experience they wanted their own website that carried their own brand identity. They wished to have a website that they could manage themselves with the capability to add arrangement images to the website and the flexibility to announce different occasions on their occasions page as the year progresses, and archive listings not being used for later use.
The Jill's Flower Shoppe website is a typical florist website, with a very user friendly front-end and backend. With one click on an image customers can send the shoppe requests via the front-end which arrive at Jill's as an email complete with the image, details about the purchase and all the relevant information about the customer, so that delivery can be arranged.
"My thanks to Susana & Cameron of Abstractal for building my new website with which I am delighted. Our dealings were both professional & friendly and Abstractal's service and "after sales" service was well beyond that reasonably expected. I would not hesitate to recommend Abstractal to anyone wishing to have a website built."
Jill's Flower Shoppe
Jill's Flower Shoppe also asked Abstractal to create a logo for their website, something unique and that would stand out.
Angie Gordon called Abstractal to put together a website for her business Angie's Custom Trim. Angie wanted a website with a Facebook feed as she had been using Facebook as a business tool for many years and was happy to just update Facebook rather than a website. Her business was launched in July 2016 after working in her parents business P & B Romer-Upholstery in Gilgai since 1994. Angie is a vehicle upholsterer specializing in muscle cars, hot rods, vintage and classic cars.
Angie's Custom Trimwas such a fun website for us because the material we were given for this site made the job really exciting. Jason Starr's photography of Angie's car 'Cobalt' from Jason Starr Photography and also Nick's images from Phat Photography of the car 'GSHOON'. Angie had won numerous awards for both vehicles.
Patsy Horder's business in Glen Innes, Horder Family Funerals goes back over 90 years. Patsy wanted us to create a website that the business could maintain themselves alongside with their business partners Thorley & Sons Funeral Services. Thorley & Sons Funeral Services itself, was established in 1870 in Inverell, both businesses have a long history and now operate together. Aside from having a website to advertise both businesses Patsy wanted her staff to be able to post funeral notices to the website so that people attending could easily find their way to the service with a Google map.
The Horder and Thorley Funeral Services website needed to be a dynamic website that both the businesses could continuously update. User friendly features such as the notices dropping off the page once the funeral date had expired were also implemented.
"Wanting to deal with a local business in the designing of our website we engaged the help of Susana & Cameron at Abstractal. In designing our website we needed to include information for both our businesses in a user friendly, informative and practical site so that both our clients and staff could easily navigate and update the required information to keep it relative. Susana and Cameron listened to our needs and concerns and along with their enthusiastic approach we were able to bring together a very fitting site for our businesses."
Patsy & Amanda Horder, Horder & Thorley Funeral Services
Patsy wanted us to create a logo for the website and to incorporate the Palace Script font.
From Patsy's idea we created the following logo, which is very fitting for the website.
If your business needs graphic design work carried out for logos, business cards, brochures, email marketing, online marketing, social media branding or internal annual reports and stationary, contact us.