Portfolio of Go Viral Now
RESPONSIVE WEB DESIGN
Website Design & Development
Our Portfolio shows just a few of the many websites that Go Viral Now has built over the years.
We design websites that make our clients stand out. From branding packages to graphic design, our designers and developers stay up to date with the lastest web design trends.
Meg Rafter Millinery Ecommerce Website
Meg Rafter is an award winning milliner based in Brisbane, Qld, Australia. Her hats have been worn by Zara Phillips, the Queen’s grand daughter, recently at Australian horse races.
Meg’s hats needed a stunning but clean website to show off her beautifully crafted hats to their best advantage.
This website has the functionality to operate as an ecommerce site and as it is in WordPress, Meg is able to add hats to the store. Meg Rafter offers individual, one off creations so most orders are bespoke.
A website dedicated to people’s imaginings and imagination. The brainchild of writer, Kerry Littrich, this website was established to let visitors’ minds run free.
With stunning, full width images, the site is based around the homepage that is set up with a parallax, full width and page slider. Imaginings are able to be scrolled through indefinitely.
The call to action button invites site visitors to send in their own “imaginings” to be shared on the website.
Larter Travel was a travel portal website. Built for visitors to be able to search the best rates for flights, hotels and car hire all over the world.
No matter where you are in the world, this portal could give the best rates around.
Lansvale Cars is a premium used car dealership in LIverpool. This website showcases their cars for sale, allows for visitors to contact them and easily get turn by turn directions on their map.
Their responsive website allows visitors to “click to call” as we easily find “turn by turn” direction to the dealership.
Website set up to take international and national donations for medical expenses. This website accepts PayPal, Credit Cards (through PayPal) as well as providing bank details for EFT. Prominent “Share” icons allow visitors to share the site on their own social media networks.
The Sydney Baby Taxi website was built for a prestige limousine and taxi company who wanted to offer families with babies and children a premium transportation service with fully accredited child seats, boosters and capsules.