With many years of experience in
developing and delivering websites and applications that are both
content-rich and functional, Refactored i.T has the
expertise to help you develop a solution that meets your
requirements and budget, whether it be a simple one-page site with
a feedback form or a complex business application or e-Commerce
Already got a graphic designer? No problem, we
are able to work with your graphic designer and incorporate the
functionality you require into their designs. If you don't already
have a graphic designer, we can help there too. Either way, you're
covered when you have us working for you.
So contact us today to see what we can do for you...
Burch and Purchese Sweet Studio
- developed with Umbraco CMS, the client wanted to present
information on a variety of topics with a mix of text and media on
a single page. The result is quite stunning while maintaining
the content is made simple with each "tile" editable
The site was designed so that the Tiles just flow with the
browser width - this allows for both widescreen formats (around
1300 pixels) as well as looking good on devices such as the iPad
Chip Development Pty Ltd
- developed with Umbraco CMS, this website had the requirement to
allow users to download setup files only after registering their
details and acknowledging the license agreement.
MediGroup Australia Pty Ltd
- developed from scratch in ASP.Net MVC2. One of the driving
requirements was that each of the products have it's own unique url
path at the root of the website.
Sage Lending Solutions Pty Ltd
- Written from scratch in ASP.Net WebForms with a purpose built
Content Management System, this site was migrated at the customers
request from a PHP retaining only the style sheet and graphics.
Spits for Hire and Sale Party Goods
- developed in Umbraco, this site showcases the business' goods
and unique Roasting Spits and accessories.
Mega Lines Insurance Brokers
- Written initially in PHP on Joomla and migrated later to Umbraco
CMS, this site was developed on a shoe-string budget but featured a
custom Flash Applet designed to present to the user an animated
list of quotes one at a time.