We can provide the full package - domain names, web development, web hosting and SEO. And do not forget complex websites are our speciality. We can do it all such as:
- Simple website providing a title, logo and contact information.
- Mobile Webapps
- Mobile Friendly Websites (using bootstrap)
- Real-time analytical and AI solutions.
- Real-time Chat.
- Complex eCommerce shopping website.
- Content Management System (CMS).
- Search Engine Optimisation (SEO).
- Artwork/Photo album website.
- Web scraping, web bots.
- Embedded device web interface (e.g. modem, router, custom).
When it comes to web development. We have done it all. Have a
good read of our experience below. We are extremely
experienced software developers and native Linux desktop and
server users. Here are just some web development languages and
frameworks we know very well: HTML5, CSS, XML,
jQuery, jQuery UI, Bootstrap, Sencha, PhoneGap,
Web2py, Magento, WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, Business Catalyst,
Why Choose Us?
There are 1000's of web developers out there. So why choose us?
Well, we are confident that the bulk of the web developers out
there, are novice software developers that perhaps rely on WordPress
mostly (or one of the other PHP-based full-stack frameworks), have
some graphics skills and are 100% Windows users. So their sites look
nice, but lack the skills to resolve issues efficiently/correctly, find complex
websites hard/impossible and their sites are typically vulnerable to
hackers exploits and defacing.
We are also confident that most backend web developers can only
write PHP code. While most websites might use PHP code, it is
extremely vulnerable to exploits such as cross-site scripting
(XSS), SQL injections, buffer overflows, etc. Don't take our word
Does PHP Suck?. We highly recommand using Python instead! If
you would like a full-stack framework, consider Web2py.
We are true experienced software engineers and modern graphics
designers. We have been building websites for various internet and
embedded solutions since 2001. We have many skills most web
developers don't. Firstly we have been using Linux since the 1990's
(most of the worlds web servers run Linux). We can do advanced
databases, analytics, statistics, AI, real-time or other complex
objectives. We also have been reverse engineering search engines
like Google since early 2000's, so we have a very good understanding
of all the old and new SEO tricks. We are also skilled bot
developers, so that saves you time and money, let alone makes your
site autonomous! Oh yeah, and we also know penetration testing, so
we can ensure your site is secure against automated and manual
Some of our Web Development Experience
Years Active: 2015+
The STS Irons website was by us to facilitate the sales
and marketing of the award winning STS irons we also
designed and prototyped.
In terms of frontend code, its HTML5 based and uses the
framework, allowing the site to be mobile friendly out of
the box. It is one of the most modern aesthetically pleasing
websites we have done, as it utilizes our graphics experts,
that came on board in 2014. As you can see there is also
some cool eye catching effects.
In terms of backend code, it is one of the most simplest
sites we have done. It only has one form at this
stage. However was setup to allow a shopping cart, when
the client is ready.
Years Active: 2014-2016
The iCEPIKK website was created to facilitate the sales
and marketing of the iCEPIKK mobile app we also designed,
prototyped and released.
In terms of frontend code, its HTML5 based, but not mobile
friendly. It is a simple landing page website to show case
the promo video and interface you to the native mobile
apps. As you can see, the landing page is rather aesthetically pleasing.
The mobile apps,
used Sencha and
frameworks. This allowed us to efficiently compile and
release a Android-based PlayStore app and iPhone-based
AppStore app, within minutes.
Years Active: 2013-2016
Tipeezy was very popular in its day. It allowed people to
make footy comps, for footy tipping between mates, family
and colleagues. It was 100% free, and was a world first
footy tipping system. At its peak had over 17,000 users
and over 4,500 footy comps. And scraped footy fixtures data
in real-time and handled all the analytics to calculate
users scores and comp winners in real-time.
The webapp and mobile apps,
frameworks. This allowed us to efficiently
compile and release a Android-based PlayStore app,
iPhone-based AppStore app and PC-based web app, within
Years Active: 2010-2013
Revbook was very popular in its day. It allowed users to
buy and sell cars, bikes, boats, caravans and trucks. It
also had a real-time chat window to talk direct with users
and dealers. And a forum for car enthusiasts. It was 100%
free, and a world first all-in-one car enthusiast
system. At its peak had over 20,000 listings. Listings
where scraped from many dealers in real-time.
It used jQuery
and jQuery UI features,
however overall it was a 100% custom frontend and backend website. The
graphics was impressive for its era. And the backend code
was advanced to allow real-time updates, and advanced
search features that carsales.com.au couldn't compete
with. The SEO was done by us also, and its performance was
Years Active: 2009-2012
This website was a sports odds analyzer that helps predict match outcomes based on betting patterns. It parsed XML feeds which
consisted of 1000's of bookmakers, and
100,000's of various sports games odds. It would then crunch
the numbers in real-time to provide optimal bets. It also provided a history of odds
for future predictions and to flag possible false
positives. It was rather fancy, and made alot of users
rich. Unfortunately the odds feed provider produced increasingly
incorrect data over time, which caused too many false
positives and late data. We considered creating our own parsing systems for
each bookmaker, but that involves some significant
on-going overheads which was not financially feasible.
Years Active: 2004+
Penboy is a gallery of pen drawings. It is a simple site,
that allowed our client to add new drawings efficiently
before the days of WordPress, etc. It is well overdue for
Years Active: 2001-2006
This was us back in the day! The site offered development
services (like we do now), but also provided a partial
autonomous shopping system to allow resale of various
electronics. It had shopping cart features. Lots of
backend tools for current/past orders. Many admin
backend tools for statistics. The website scraped various
wholesales in real-time, had currency conversion
(via xe.com) and
PayPal credit card payments. It also had some advanced
analytics to define popular and featured products. For
early 2000, it was a popular shopping based website.
Years Active: 2006-2009
We developed this website for ourselves as a spin
off from our shopping based services back in
2001-2006. It was a world first shopping
comparison website. Also allowed anybody to add products
they wanted to sell. All 100% free. We called it the
"Purchase Engine" (to compete with the "Search Engine").
Information About Tarragindi
Tarragindi is a suburb on the southern side of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. It is represented through the Holland Park and Moorooka Ward councillors on the Brisbane City Council. The suburb appears to have been named after a native from the Loyalty Islands who was transported in the late nineteenth century to Queensland. Such people, called Kanakas, were a cheap source of labour for sugarcane production. Apparently he escaped and was subsequently employed by Alfred Foote of Ipswich. Later, he cleared land for William Grimes on a hill near Sandy Creek and the property was named after him. The grave of Tarra Gindi Tasserone is located in the Ipswich Cemetery.
Prior to European occupation beginning in the early 19th century the area covered by the suburb was inhabited by Aboriginal people. According to Kidd the Coorparoo sub-group of the wider Jagara group occupied land south of the Brisbane River clustered around Oxley, Norman and Bulimba creeks. It is also possible that the Yerongpan sub-group lived in the area. The Coorparoo group had cultural links to other neighboring communities including territorially-neutral pathways, river crossings and ceremonies. A bora ring was known to have been maintained in Tarragindi, possibly between present-day Barnehurst and Isabella Streets. One trace of this early occupation persists in the locality and creek name, "Ekibin". According to Queensland Department of Natural Resources and Mines the modern name is derived from the aboriginal "Yekkabin" which referred to aquatic plants (possibly Typha angustifolia or Blechnum indicum) with edible roots which grew in the creek. According to Potter (n.d.) the edible roots were common in the diet of Aboriginals of the Morteon Bay area. A sharp stick was used to dig out the stem, which was then dried, roasted, and pounded with a stone. European settlement began 1857 with a survey of land by George Pratten. An early land-owner, Thomas Stevens, established a woolscour and later a fellmongery in the northern part of the suburb near Essie Avenue. Another land-holder was James Toohey who leased properties for cattle runs. During the Second World War, Tarragindi was the site of a field hospital administered first by the American Army (for soldiers treated for shell shock) and later by the British and Australian forces. According to Dunn (2001) the Ekibin Hospital was bounded by Sexton Street and Toohey Road and encompassed parts of Cracknell, Effingham, Fingal and Lutzow streets. After the war, the site was used by the Housing Commission to accommodate displaced persons. Today, little remains of the establishment except for possible foundations of a gun emplacement in the mid-section of Fingal Street. The Ekibin Memorial Park on Cracknell Road commemorates the establishment of the hospital.