Gallery Blinds combines the designer stock photography, with simple roller blinds, to bring a bit of art into every home and office. A favourite design innovation on home renovations shows like, The Block, Gallery Blinds’s ecommerce site and custom application, make it easier for the average home owner to achieve this concept.
Spark helped Gallery Blinds to achieve their dream of simplifying and automating design of their blinds for users, through the development of a custom Blind Builder application. The Gallery Blinds Blind Builder puts the design power back into the customer’s hands – allowing them to upload their own photographs, resize and adjust their selected images to meet their own personal style needs. It’s also just a lot of fun!
View the selection of stylish stock photography on offer, or have a play with the Blind Builder, at galleryblinds.com.au.
We are excited to have launched the Australian Football hub for PUMA. puma.com/footballau
The hub promotes Puma’s involvement in all three major Australia football codes – soccer, AFL and NRL. Included on the hub is a #PUMAFooty feature that allows people to enter a regular monthly competition and displays content from Instagram, Twitter and YouTube. Team PUMA showcases local and international sponsored AFL, NRL and Soccer players.
Congratulations to our client Charlie Dumpling on their restaurant opening. Charlie Dumpling is a modern-Asian restaurant serving some of the best dumplings in Melbourne. We helped Charlie Dumpling bring their restaurant to life digitally with our strategy and development services. The site allows people to order take away direct from their computer, tablet or phone. Orders connect directly into the restaurants Point of Sale System (POS) for fast turn-around. Check out the website at CharlieDumpling.com.au
The City of Melbourne’s tourism department runs the Melbourne Visitor Centre’s in Federation Square & Bourke St as well as roaming on-street volunteers at key locations around Melbourne. Staff and Volunteers are frequently asked questions by tourists on what to do and things to do within the city, however could only access the outdated and hard-to-use existing portal when on the City of Melbourne Network.
Spark Digital was engaged to plan, design and develop a new, stand-alone tourism portal that staff and volunteers could access anywhere including from tablets on the street. We worked on creating a simple-to-use look and feel for the portal that offered the average volunteer of 60+ years, a clear and concise view of what was on and things to do in Melbourne.
Spark Digital have just completed training staff and volunteers on using and updating the portal. The feedback so far has been great with staff and volunteers commenting on how great the portal looks and how easy it is to find what’s on in Melbourne and answer tourist’s questions.
Spark Digital has a new face around the office – Susie Buckley. Susie is here gaining some experience with us in the Digital space for the next month. Susie comes to us from Treasury Wines Estates (TWE) where she worked in the finance area as an accountant. Susie has a love of everything from wine to water-skiing.
We have changed name! Bastion Digital is now Spark Digital. Still based here at 14-18 Cremorne St, Richmond, we look forward to continuing to serve our clients and partners.
Today we launched the Next Generation Electrical website. Next Generation Electrical are Melbourne’s leading electricians – find out more at http://ngelectrical.com.au
We are settling into the new office downstairs here with Bastion Brands at 14-18 Cremorne St. Lauren Said has done a fantastic job on the interiors with an awesome large blackboard wall as our inspiration space, mod grass at the top of the walls and cacti greening up our desks.
Sadly it is Sam Sanders last week with us here at Spark Digital. Sam is packing up and leaving Australia to head home to New Zealand before travelling around Europe. Sam you have been a great part of the digital team for the past year – we wish you all the best.
Nick McElligott is joining us later this week to take over the reins from Sam. Nick comes from Acer Computers and Nick D worked with Nick M’s brother John 13 years ago! Welcome Nick M!