We finally went live with a website for my friend’s upcoming circumnavigation of the globe in a 46′ catamaran called Scolamanzi. Scolamanzi, which stands for a combination of Scol as in for Scholtz or cheers and amanzi which is the Zulu word meaning water. The boat is currently being built in South Africa – This will be the third Scolamanzi. Henriette and Johann, who are based in the central Queensland mining town of Moranbah (or Boringbah as it was affectionately known when I lived in Mackay) plan to start their trip of a lifetime later this year. The site is based on WordPress and makes use of the Atahualpa 3 Template. Click here to check out the website.
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This weekend I have spent a total of six hours configuring a website for the West Bay Housing Association which provides sheltered accommodation for the elderly in the small seaside community of West Bay in Dorset. The website is based around the WordPress Content Management System and makes use of the excellent modifiable Atahualpa template. This has been completed as part of my voluntary community Services project. The website will hopefully be launched next month.
This weekend I have updated my sister Kate’s Ugandan website with all of her latest photographs that were recently sent back to England on a USB stick. I have now added four photograph galleries to the site which I originally put together for my sister back in June to promote her work in advocating special education needs in the Western African country. You can check out Kate’s website at: www.katethemazungu.co.uk
This week I have been finishing work on the Moranbah Hawks Junior Soccer Federation Website. Moranbah is a small mining town South-West of Mackay in Queensland. I have built the site as part of my voluntary community services project. The site is built around WordPress and has been developed in conjunction with Dave Witty from the club. If you would like to check it out the website address is www.moranbah-soccer.net
This week I have been working on a website for the Mainstream Community Association. Mainstream Community Association Incorporated was established in Mackay in 1996 and the aim of this service is to provide support services to people living in the Mackay community in the accommodation of their choice and who have a psychiatric disability. This site is being built as part of my voluntary community services project. The site is built around the Joomla CMS. If you would like to check it out the website address is http://mainstream.org.au/
This week I have been finishing work on the Swindon Town Gardens Bowls Club Website. I have built the site as part of my voluntary community services project – this is my first Swindon based project. The site is built around WordPress and utilises several of the opensource plugins including the excellent Next GEN gallery which I have also started using on my own Blog. If you would like to check it out the website address is www.swindontgbc.co.uk
I spent a couple of hours on Monday and Tuesday putting together a basic website for the Mackay Regional Mental Health Network. The website which initially contains information on events for Mental Health Week will be extended over the forthcoming weeks and months to provide comprehensive information on mental health resources within the Mackay area. The brief was to design something quickly with lots of colour using stakeholders logos.