Tasty Pixels Web Design Byron Bay
Web design Byron Bay • ecommerce sites Byron Bay • WordPress sites Byron Bay
Tasty Pixels is a Byron Bay web design house located on the NSW Northern Rivers. We specialise in crafting fresh, compelling websites and ecommerce sites for small businesses and organisations in Byron Bay and right across Australia.
WordPress web design
Byron Bay web design customers can now enjoy the ease of using WordPress in one of our fresh and clean custom WordPress templates. Almost all our websites are built using WordPress: an easy to use content management system which permits unlimited pages and access to update and edit the content of your website any time. We design and build your web site templates specifically to reach and connect with your target audience.
We have the know-how and experience to help you look the business
Our portfolio and line up of extensive clients proves our performance. With 20 years in graphic design and 12 in web design we have the skills, know how and bright ideas to put your business front and centre on the internet. Take a look at our website design services »
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From the large, smart phone “tappable” phone number and strong dynamic logo at the top, down to the custom social networking button icons in the footer, the Security Advisers web site is an enticing package of features which cries out “professional player among the big boys” to a very serious market. However, it wasn’t always that way. In fact the Security Advisers web site’s previous incarnation was anything but . . .
With a long record in government and private security and, in more recent times, at the head of his own Security Consultantancy, Tony Haddad is highly experienced and credentialed to say the least. However, Tony’s customer base was a long way from reflecting this and it appears that this was largely due to the fact that his web site was letting him down badly. more »
Sydney’s newest vegetarian restaurant has just opened on Broadway, in Ultimo. As its name implies, Hari’s Vegetarian caters for vegetarians and vegans, offering a mouth watering eat in or take-away menu and a corporate and regular catering service across the CBD.
Requiring a logo, a suite of stationery and a web site with very tight deadlines, the proprietors of Hari’s approached Tasty Pixels to come up with something which would launch their business at full speed. We worked closely with the Hari’s team to achieve the look they were after and turned the project around fast! more »
Based in Sydney’s Sutherland Shire, Learn2Play Music is one of the largest combined music schools and shops in the locality. Despite this, their previous site was letting them down badly. It was extremely dated in design and construction and had very little content apart from YouTube videos on most pages and no Search Engine Optimisation features. This, of course, meant that their Search Engine ranking was “page nowhere”.
Tasty Pixels was recently approached by the new owner of the business to replace their old site with a WordPress site and give their new creation the kind of “Google friendliness” which would ensure high search engine rankings for appropriate keywords. more »
The Global Flyway Network (Australia) is a team of shorebird researchers who study the lives and travels of these migratory birds with the goal of contributing to conservation measures along a migratory pathway which extends from Tasmania and New Zealand to Siberia and Alaska. The Australian team, headed up by Broome-based Field Ornithologist Chris Hassell, is part of a global effort with researchers on each migratory bird flyway on the planet. It is coordinated through BirdLife Netherlands and the Royal Dutch Sea Research Institute. The vibrant research team has a large team of willing volunteers in the Broome region who assist with the capture and banding (and sometimes fixture of satellite tracking devices). This site is designed to reach out to them, as well as the wider community of migratory shorebird enthusiasts around the world. more »
Some time ago Tasty Pixels Web Design was approached by Sutherland Shire wedding photographers, Diamond Photography & Videos, to help lift their site out of the doldrums. They had been managing their site for several years on their own and had watched their organic search rankings slip from near the top of page one to “page nowhere” in the course of the last 18 months. It was proving impossible for this small family business – which is trying to focus on their trade – to mix it with SEO professionals who are now managing many of their competitor sites in their locality. more »
Pure Alchemy is the Sutherland Shire practice of Traditional Chinese Medicine Doctor Anissa Au. Whilst her practice deals with a broad variety of patients, ailments and conditions, her focus is on women’s health issues, including fertility, obstetrics, gynaecology and menopause.
Anissa approached Tasty Pixels Web Design Byron Bay as she was dissatisfied with the Search Engine ranking performance of her her previous site – which was on “page nowhere” – and was hoping to rebrand and refocus her internet presence so that she could connect with her potential patients in the broader locality. more »
Saving Our Trees is a small community/environmental advocacy group based in Sydney’s inner western municipality of Marrickville. For some time now, the group has been building a strong network of followers on Facebook and through their blog savingourtrees.com.
As their following and profile has grown and their need for fundraising and building recognition within the community has increased, Saving Our Trees has been discovering the urgency of establishing an identity which conveys a stronger sense of organisation. As the interaction of Saving Our Trees with local government and other community groups has increased, the need to project “professionalism” and an image which conveys their aspirations has become of paramount importance. more »
Before becoming immersed in Web Design and founding Tasty Pixels, Ricki Coughlan worked as an Avian Consultant, Nature Educator and Interpretive Nature Sign artist under the banner of “Redtail”. We find that interpretive nature signs are still in high demand and the creation of them is a natural fit for our passion for the world of nature and defence of the environment, so they continue to be an important part of our regular creative output.
Recently we decided to rebrand Redtail as being less about Avian Consultancy and more focussed on our sign art. This site’s message is a reassurance that we combine technical and scientific knowledge, a strong background in nature education and skills in illustration and design that are the perfect blend for producing engaging interpretive nature signs. more »