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I make websites.
They are good.

At 7 years old, I discovered the creative world of web design. 16 years on, I’ve had the opportunity to work on hundreds of projects with some of South Australia’s most prestigious names including The Adelaide 500, The World Solar Challenge, UniSA, and FruChocs.

As a solo web design and development powerhouse, I love helping brands grow through bold and purposeful design. Building your website doesn’t have to be complicated.

- Luke

Work

  • Vietnam Restaurant

    Vietnam Restaurant has been passionately serving South Australia with authentic Vietnamese Cuisine since 1984: The first Vietnamese restaurant in Adelaide.

    Involvement

    Responsive redesign, development, WordPress installation

    • A stack of website designs showing the Vietnam Restaurant website
    • A phone displaying the Vietnam Restaurant website
    • A screen showing the website design for Vietnam Restaurant
  • The Adelaide 500

    Australia’s largest domestic motor sport event, held annually for the Supercars series on the eastern streets of Adelaide.

    Involvement

    Design and front-end development of previous four year event sites, including digital race & attraction schedules.

    • The Adelaide 500 website design displayed on an iMac
    • A stack of iPhones showing the Adelaide 500 website design
    • The Adelaide 500 website design displayed on various devices
  • FindMyInk

    The first global tattooist listing directory, making it easier for people to find their best-fit ink artist, their designs, and inspiration.

    Involvement

    Lead front-end development, design.

    • Strips of the responsive FindMyInk website design
    • A handheld mobile browsing through the FindMyInk website
  • Discovery Parks

    Australia’s largest owner and operator of holiday park accommodation with over 60 ideally located parks across Australia.

    Involvement

    Lead front-end development, UI & UX design

    • A responsive website design spread for Discovery Parks showing different devices
    • An iPad showing the Discovery Parks tablet size website