• Peter Petrucci.com

    http://peterpetrucci.com

    Peterpetrucci.com - design, development by James Eunson

    Peter Petrucci.com was built for the celebrated Melbourne jazz guitarist, Peter Petrucci. The site is heavily reliant on jQuery to load everything asynchronously. This was so the user could browse the site without interrupting the music player. Although complicated at first, it worked out in the end!

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  • SafariExtendr

    http://safariextendr.com

    Safariextendr.com - design, development by James Eunson

    SafariExtendr is a community site for Safari Extensions, created in June 2010 to meet a demand for a convenient way of getting extensions prior to the launch of the official gallery. The site is a PHP/Zend/MySQL MVC web application with Lucene-based search and heavy use of Ajax.

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  • iPad Apps Buzz

    http://ipadappsbuzz.com

    iPad Apps Buzz - design, development by James Eunson

    iPad Apps Buzz is a iPad app review blog, launching just prior to the release of the iPad in April. Based on Wordpress, the site is highly customised and went through many iterations to reach its current state. The site enjoys reasonably strong monthly traffic and ad impressions, despite articles not being actively posted.

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  • Simply Wines

    http://simplywines.net.au

    Simply Wines - design, development by James Eunson

    Simply Wines is an eCommerce site built for a Melbournian online wine business and includes a custom administration panel. Also included is full search, cart, newsletter and inventory management. Credit Card processing will soon be added.

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  • English 21

    http://english21.org

    English21 was designed to promote an alternate approach to Year 12 English education in Australia. The site was deliberately kept small and succinct, designed for quick perusal by an audience coming from reading an associated newspaper article. The course curriculm in Australia has since changed, including some of the mentioned reforms.

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