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  • ‘Easy to update’ Websites

    Are you looking for a site that can be easily updated from anywhere? If so, Gawa Design will create a ‘Content Management System’ based design. Using a CMS gives you the ability to update your website through a simple web browser based administration application. Login & update. Its that simple.

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    ‘Easy to update’ Websites
  • Responsive Web Design

    Is Your Site Ready For The Mobile Revolution? We love creating sites that will look good on any type of device, be that desktop, laptop, tablet, or mobile phone. Want to see an example? Take a look at the Emsworth Suites website in our portfolio (photo to the left) or even vewing the Gawa Design website on your mobile device.

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    Responsive Web Design

Featured Website Design:

Emsworth Suites, Discovery Bay, Hong Kong Websites Design
Client: Emsworth Suites Long Term Property Rentals
Project: Logo & Web design
Website: www.emsworthsuites.com
Location: Discovery Bay, Hong Kong, China

Emsworth Suites provide long term rental accommodation that caters for the expat market in Hong Kong. They required a website that was responsive – a design that adapted to display on the ipad & iphone was a must!
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Featured Website Design:

Music School Web Banner & Logo
Client: Hills Shire Music School
Project: Logo & Web banner design
Website: www.hillsshiremusic.com.au
Location: Castle Hill Shire, Sydney, Australia

Hills Shire Music School were looking for a new logo that had an ‘Embossed’, school badge style. They also wanted a new banner for their website using the logo and images of musical instruments.

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Featured Logo Design:

Packaging Logo Design
Client: Australian Corrugated Packaging
Project: Logo
Website: www.acpackaging.com.au
Location: Noosa, Queensland, Australia

Australian Corrugated Packaging required a logo that was sharp, crisp and easily applied across a range of print & electronic media. They requested that the logo was something to do with a cardboard box, but preferred something stylistic rather than realistic. Three different shades of blue were used in the typeface to give the logo and fresh & fun feel.

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