Designing and building websites makes up the large majority of our day at Newism. Visually compelling design and pixel-perfect precision is what we strive for on every project. Good enough is never good enough. You could say we’re obsessed, and you’d be right.
FixOutlook.org is a Twitter powered viral protest site aimed at convincing Microsoft to support web standards in Outlook. Over 20,000 Tweets in 24 hours got Microsoft’s attention and the web buzzing, with an official response from Redmond and high profile media coverage. Visit the site ›
Newism were responsible for the front-end build and ExpressionEngine conversion of the Campaign Monitor site, which is one of the most iconic and highly trafficked EE sites in the industry. Merging two blogs and a forum meant it was our most challenging project to date. Visit the site ›
Q&A is an ABC TV program which puts punters, pollies and pundits together in the studio to thrash out the hot issues of the week. Newism was responsible for the site design, development of XHTML templates, and integration of KickApps social networking functionality. Visit the site ›
Australia’ premiere Mac blog. Visit the site ›
This single page site for for Melbourne law firm Grigor Lawyers, utilises HTML5 and progressive enhancement techniques to deliver a richer experience for savvy web users. Visit the site ›
Small to medium sized and local businesses all receive the same Newism attention to detail and advanced functionality. This beautifully designed ExpressionEngine CMS site for Hotel Novocastrian is a fine example of our quality and affordability. Visit the site ›
The UK’s largest paintball theme parks. Custom design, Flash and ExpressionEngine development, combined with an online booking system and Google Maps integration, contributed to one Newism’s most challenging and rewarding projects to date.
An interactive website where “Would Be Real Estate Agents” can gain more accurate information about the local working conditions for Real Estate in any given area in Australia. Running on ExpressionEngine, the site features comprehensive email notification and membership systems, designed to match potential employees with prospective employers.
The Telstra Paralympic Education Program is a program of the Australian Paralympic Committee which aims to enhance students’ knowledge and understanding of Paralympic athletes and all people with disabilities, while inspiring students to be the best they can be.
The site is loaded with advanced features including extensive use of the YouTube API, a robust membership system which allows Paralympic athletes to post their own blog entries, and a teacher’s resource area that allows teachers to download and distribute athlete profiles and Paralympic fact-sheets.
This bloody micro-site promoting the Australian survival horror film ‘Safety In Numbers’, marked the first (and probably only) time that Newism’s Creative Director Wayde Christie, would see his name in the credits of a real life movie! A stills gallery, some video and lots of blood — simple and to the point.