Our primary focus is to build websites that achieve business goals. We have a strong capacity to work in collaboration with Clients, Industry Partners and Contractors from a diverse range of professional backgrounds
The Victorian Desalination Project website was completely redesigned and rebuilt with a focus on creating a more usable and friendly experience for visitors.
The TM2 website has been carefully structured to cater to specific customer types (Manager, Practitioner, Receptionist) and has been integrated with third-party software, such as Freshdesk and Zoho CRM.
We built a website for ABCA, a local charity, to promote involvement from the community, facilitate donations of books or money, and communicate its activities through regular email newsletters.
The NLG website shows how a redesign can enliven an organisation’s image, increase search results, facilitate improved customer service and give internal staff the ability to control website updates.
The Melbourne Forum website allows club members to register for events, make contact with other members and provides a wealth of information about the social and cultural issues affecting Melbourne today.
The Smart Business Insurance website is an example of how a business can use features such as live chat, instant quotes, online claims and payments to communicate quickly and effectively and reduce overheads, allowing savings to be passed onto clients.
We worked with McKeller Renown Press to create personalised stamps for the World Stamp Expo 2013.
QATs commissioned us to redesign their website so that it is now fresh, inviting, easy to use, and responsive to mobile and tablet devices.
Digital Bridge redesigned and restructured the Remunerator website with an emphasis on clearer, more readable content and new interactive features were added, such as a novated leasing calculator.
Working closely with the team at Russell Consulting we designed and developed Safety Backchat, a web application that allows users, leaders and consultants to manage Personal Safety Plans.
Digital Bridge built content management systems (CMS) for both the Cerno Australia and Cerno New Zealand websites, allowing Cerno staff to easily and efficiently update their website content.
Digital Bridge restructured and redesigned the Filippo website and then built a content management system that makes it easy for staff to publish content in English, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese.
Digital Bridge set up a web-based extranet that allows CommsPlus partners from around the world to log in and access marketing materials and important communications and participate in webinars.
For the Belmont BEC project we migrated several large and difficult-to-navigate websites into a new central website making it simpler for the organisation to maintain and easier for visitors to navigate.
We built a website for Penrite Oil website that communicates detailed technical information on hundreds of oil products. This information is presented accurately and in a visually appealing way in line with creative advertising campaigns.
We redesigned the Living Edge Rental website to promote its wide range of services in a way that was clear, bold, and visually appealing. The updated site is easy to use and the content has been strategically marketed to be indexed by the major search engines.
We helped Samsung establish a Partner Resource Centre (PRC) through its website to share relevant information with partners across Australia.
Digital Bridge delivered highly effective email campaigns to promote ticket sales to loyal fans of the Disney On Ice Productions.