Kings Snack Foods: Web Development

Kings Snack Foods: Web Development

Verdant developed a simple yet effective product display website for Kings Snack Foods for their initial product release. The website aims to support a televised ad campaign by providing a cost-effective web presence. Webs development was done with WordPress providing a content management system and YouTube providing video hosting. WordPress makes it easy for the [...]

DSS Website: Web Development

DSS Website: Web Development

Verdant has worked closely with the Derwent Sailing Squadron to improve their web presence and increase the flexibility of their main website. The site is a heavily-customised WordPress site, allowing the DSS to edit, upload and manage their own content. Web development focused on providing a stable and extendable platform for the DSS to inform [...]

Entourage Website: Web Development

Entourage Website: Web Development

Web development and design project for a local tourism business. Verdant designed and developed a website for Entourage Sailing to help promote their Tasmanian-based tourism business. The website uses WordPress as a content management system, and uses a customised theme to allow the owner to administer the site easily.

Warehouse Picking: Evolved

Warehouse Picking: Evolved

Over the last couple of months, Verdant has worked in close conjunction with Robbies Confectionery to develop a new picking system for its warehouse staff, which aims to improve efficiency & accuracy in the picking of orders.  With a catalogue of thousands of products and hundreds of orders per day, the accuracy of picking and [...]

RallySafe: Tracking and Control

RallySafe: Tracking and Control

For the last six months, Verdant has been proud to work closely with Status Awareness Systems, a Tasmanian based company who have been astounding the world with their unique approach to rally safety.  Rally presents a unique set of challenges when it comes to tracking and timing cars, as the location of the rally itself [...]

L2H 2011: Website Development

L2H 2011: Website Development

Verdant was proud this year to sponsor the annual Launceston to Hobart Yacht Race with a new website dedicated to the race.  The website is built in WordPress and allows competitors and the public to find information, photos, real-time yacht position updates and results. Website development was focused around a quick, easy to use and [...]

Mobile Website or Native Application – Which should you have?

Mobile Website or Native Application – Which should you have?

As mobile & smartphone technology rapidly gains penetration amongst the general populace, as a business owner or content provider, it is time to ask yourself:  How best can I serve my customer or user base on a mobile platform?  How can I provide value and an enhanced user experience for those on the go?  Do [...]

Tassie Store:  Online e-Commerce Portal

Tassie Store: Online e-Commerce Portal

Tassie Store Pty Ltd commissioned Verdant to develop a personalised e-commerce site to sell unique Tasmanian products. Rather than develop the site from scratch Verdant assisted Tassie Store in the evaluation and adaptation of a well proven platform Verdant then customised the base platform to Tassie Stores exacting standards. Verdant also configure the on-line store [...]

PawsCal: iPhone Application

PawsCal: iPhone Application

The PawsCal iPhone application is a fun, simple but elegant calendar application developed for dog lovers. The application was developed for dog lovers that like to have a simple visual calendar at hand. The application is free and can be downloaded via Apple’s App Store.

Edupro: Mobile Optimised Website

Edupro: Mobile Optimised Website

The EduMob application is a ubiquitous mobile website that can be rendered on all the latest major smartphones. The unique mobile website expands access and interaction with the EduPro eLearning organisation. The mobile website gives conference-goers an opportunity to answer their questions right then and there, while attending the conference, improving pass and retention rates. [...]