Website Design & Web Hosting
imagine being able to update your own website content yourself without paying a website designer costly fees to do it. Freedom IT can upload a very easy Content Management System called Joomla that allows you to update content yourself. incredible? YES! We will define the overall look of your site and you get to control the content. powerful? YES!
webhosting | host your website on our servers
we have very reasonable rates and these differ depending on how big your website is/will be, and what type of organisation you are (educational and charity rates are available). You can get access to the 'nitty gritty' of the web/domain hosting via a backend control panel OR you can get us to do the 'technical stuff'. amazing? YES!
Stoke School had a functional website but it was a static 'Web v1' job - hard to change and maintain. They also wanted to freshen it up and give it a new look. So we uploaded Joomla for them. This gave them the ability to keep the content updated easily. Important content like Newsletters, Charters, etc.
Kathy King of Lives Transformed wanted a web presence that would allow her to advertise her counselling services and seminars. She also wanted to be able to sell her training course manuals online. So we installed Joomla for her. We then added the Virtuemart shopping cart and Volia! online shopping. Nice.
The Ark Preschool wanted to have there 'own' presence on the internet. So we set them up with a website using Joomla. Now they can upload photos, post News articles themselves to keep the parents informed of whats happening at 'The Ark'. And all from the comfort of their web browser - Nice! And they were stoked too!
Richmond New Life Church wanted a web presence that informed people visiting their site what they were all about. Their logo had just been redone and so they wanted something fresh and clean to accompany it. They also required the ability to offer for download, audio recordings of their weekly Sunday meetings. So we set up an online flash player and a podcast feed so their vistors could listen from their browser, use the familiarity of iTunes and/or download it to their ipod.