Archive for April 2017

Camden Haven Medical’s new website goes live

We have just gone live with a new website for Camden Haven Medical Centre in Laurieton near Port Macquarie. The website is a fully responsive, mobile friendly design built in WordPress as they intend to add a blog to the site in the near future. It was based on their existing logo and colour scheme.…

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A new logo and a new website design for TMUKP goes live

Port Macquarie Web Designs have just gone live with another new website and a new logo design for a company of financial advisors. “Transfer My UK Pension” as their name suggests specialise in the transfer of existing UK pensions to Australian residents. The new logo was designed with their services in mind and a distinctly…

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We are a Google “Mobile Sites Certified” developer

We are pleased to say that Jeremy now has Googles “Mobile Sites Certification”. This program from Google offers developers the opportunity to demonstrate their proficiency in mobile website creation. The certification covers everything from the basics of why mobile sites matter to how to improve mobile site speed, effective mobile UX design and more advanced…

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Microsoft Office vulnerability lets hackers use Word files to install malware.

You might want to be extra careful about what files you open in Word over the next few days. Attackers are exploiting a previously undisclosed vulnerability in Microsoft Office to sneak malware into your system. The zero-day bug fundamentally relies on infected Word documents, which then download malicious HTML applications disguised as make-belief Rich Text…

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A new website and graphic design project for Ascot Park

To celebrate the release of stage 3 of the Ascot Park land development in Port Macquarie, the developers decided it was time to revamp their website with a brand new look and feel so they chose Port Macquarie Web Designs to create it. We started by designing the graphics for all the maps, diagrams, brochures…

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