Worshipcentral - Simon Burger - Drupal Web Design & Development - Brisbane Australia

Worshipcentral

Worshipcentral is a worship resource site jointly headed up by world famous musician Tim Hughes. This was a redesign and relaunch of the site from a uk audience to an international one. The site features member sign-up, audio uploads and downloads, forums, video library, blogs, international groups, news and events listings.
Development involved technologies including fireworks, illustrator, drupal, php and jquery.
The site has now been featured on many design showcases and lists of beautifully designed Drupal websites.

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Drupal Theme - Brooklyn - Simon Burger - Drupal Web Design & Development - Brisbane Australia

Drupal Theme - Brooklyn

Brooklyn is the first Drupal theme that I've been able to make publicly available. With my move back to Brisbane, I had some free time to really get back into drupal development that benefited the community. Hopefully it will be of use to those needing a professional, slick, dark blogging theme, without the hassle of having to design or develop it themselves. A demo site can be seen here
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Frocktastic - Simon Burger - Drupal Web Design & Development - Brisbane Australia

Frocktastic

Frocktastic was developed in conjunction with my wife who has a passion for dresses. It is a portal / community, built using drupal, for those with a similar interest in dresses to upload their current favourites, or peruse what others are in to. It has a useful system for automagically collecting information about the products from their original url. It is mainly a bit of fun, but hopefully it's useful to people out there who are looking for some new inspiration for their wardrobe.
Frocktastic has been featured on many exclusive design showcase websites, and has been blogged about by some great fashion blogs - which is a huge honour.

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St Mellitus College - Simon Burger - Drupal Web Design & Development - Brisbane Australia

St Mellitus College

St Mellitus College is a theological training college based in London, UK, with various campuses locally and internationally. With this redesign they wanted to appeal to their fresh, young, target audience, whilst keeping their traditionally minded hierarchy of sponsors happy. Combining their new branding with some classic and more funky elements, the current look has achieved both of these goals. The site was developed using Drupal 6, views and jquery for the animations.

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St Paul's Theological Centre - Simon Burger - Drupal Web Design & Development - Brisbane Australia

St Paul's Theological Centre

St Paul's Theological Centre is an international college based in London. They required a redesign to update their staid site to appeal to a younger audience. Still using their existing branding and site structure, a fresh approach to a possibly intense subject was created. A move away from a clean white design, but keeping a grid layout gives it some vibe, but also keeps some solidarity.
Another drupal project, designed and developed whilst working at Alpha International.

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Holy Trinity Brompton - Simon Burger - Drupal Web Design & Development - Brisbane Australia

Holy Trinity Brompton

Holy Trinity Brompton is a vibrant church in Knightsbridge, London, which is famous for pioneering the globally known Alpha Course. This was a refresh on their current drupal website design, to layout the most popular parts of the site for handy access, and to make non-members feel welcomed by the site. The tabbed blog style lists provide access to the latest news, bible reflections and videos, whilst the most popular information can be found neatly below the welcome header. Flickr photos were added to the footer to showcase the latest events at the church, and user accounts were streamlined into the menu to save space and make it simple for users to interact with their accounts.

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Worshipcentral redesign - Simon Burger - Drupal Web Design & Development - Brisbane Australia

Worshipcentral redesign

The worshipcentral website has gone from strength to strength, and with the launch of their debut album, a new design was needed to maximise its impact. As their user-base has grown, their content flow has increased, and this needed to be emphasised with the refresh. With the use of icons, a blog like listing, latest forum posts and a dynamic twitter feed, the latest content is now easier to find. Drupal's internationalisation has been fully implemented now, with a version of the site already developed for the Dutch users, and many more countries and languages in the pipeline.

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