Hobart Showground 2012

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Brad is exceptional! He goes above and beyond and will deliver much more than you expect. He is very good with small jobs, but he excels in bigger projects. If you want it done right the first time..... go with Brad!

Juana Dillion
Founder
Surnom Productions

As always Brad has done a fantastic job and delivered on time. This is not the first time we work together and when it comes to graphic designer he is my guy!

Yuval R
Co-Founder
Sixstar Coaching & Mentoring

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The Client

The Royal Hobart Showground is a multipurpose site located in Glenorchy, Tasmania, Australia which hosts various events throughout the year, most notably the Royal Hobart Show. The Showground also offers a Motorhome Park, Venue Hire facilities and a Market each Sunday.

In addition the Royal Hobart Showground office manages external events which include the Royal Hobart Wine Show, Royal Hobart Fine Food Awards, Australian Fruit Wine Show and Vineyard of the Year.

The Project

This website is a redesign of the Hobart Showground website active between mid-2010 and mid-2012.

In this version the primary intent was to deviate from the rectangular design of its predecessor and bring greater focus to content updates. To enable this, the slideshow which formerly cycled through slides representing each of the Showground business units now displays the important content updates. Meanwhile, the links to the business unit websites have been relocated beneath the slideshow in a circular button formation, somewhat reminiscent of the Olympic rings.

This version is Worpdress driven to provide features allowing the client to update the content of the webpages from their end. It also offers search capability allowing website visitors to search for content by entering keywords into a search field built into the website’s navigation.

Project Details

  • Client: Hobart Showground
  • Date: 2012-06-01
  • Tags: ,
  • Skills: Web Design, Graphic Design, Image Editing
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