Robbie Maddisons website was a start to finish custom design built on top of Joomla. I had a lot of fun on the project as we had complete freedom, unfortunately it's been taken offline and also doesn't seem to have an entry on the Wayback Machine..
I'm hoping from the design I've uploaded you can get a sense of the whole thing, how it would have worked.
I think this was round 3 of templates we built for this client, I've only included the latest one.
Again, custom template on Joomla, we decided on a Masonry jQuery plugin for the events stuff, which we combined with Bootstrap for overall compatibility on most screen sizes.
Great project to work on, the mockups here are a bit outdated.
Very interactive client which was fantastic when we decided to change some of the functionality on the site.
Have a look at the production site to see the new updated style, also .. we had running joke about the women on the homepage, it looked like she should've been holding a hamburger, or at least something similar.. It's a C shape to resemble the C in Collegians. However, we all wished it wasn't.
My first commercial one pager! How exciting indeed, the visuals made this website and I think the easy to navigate one pager suited them extremely well. They're a small but amazing cafe on the beach on North Beach in Wollongong.
I used Waypoints for navigating between sections combined with some jQuery goodness to for the up down arrows, just to keep track of the next and previous sections.
They had a Instagram feed, that doesn't seem to be working any more.
I frequent this cafe fairly often during my weekends for a bite to eat or a drink, great food and a great view.
This was just a quick template over what they already had in place on their servers, the main problems were trying to fit and slot their old outdated modules, components and plugins into the template I was developing.
It ended up being a bit challenging, we went on to update the plugins where we could and some maintenance on a few horribly programmed jQuery plugins they had someone make (sorry!)..