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Archive for April, 2009

22 Apr
Posted by Clever Starfish

Australia Stock Photos

Today we’re pleased to announce the launch of Australia Stock Photos – one of our most visually striking web sites to date thanks to the amazing photography of Christian Fletcher, one of Australia’s best known landscape photographers.

The site showcases high quality licensed stock images handpicked by Christian, from his own portfolio as well as from selected other photographers. The site includes a shopping cart and secure online ordering with the eWAY payment gateway.

If you’re looking for breathtaking photographs showcasing Australia’s natural beauty for a brochure, magazine, billboard or other application, have a look at what Christian has to offer. If you just like looking at gorgeous fine art photography, it’s well worth checking out too!

Next we’ll be unveiling a site for Christian’s fine art prints, so stay tuned.

Christian Fletcher’s Australia Stock Photos

20 Apr
Posted by Clever Starfish

Starfish for the YES Daylight Savings Campaign

At Clever Starfish, we support the introduction of Daylight Saving. Not only do we think it’s great for making business with the East coast of Australia easier during the summer, but also because we love the laid-back West Australian lifestyle and that extra hour of sunshine helps us to enjoy it to the fullest.

So, we were delighted when our existing client Fiona Kalaf of Buro Group asked if we would be interested in putting together a web site for the YES Daylight Saving campaign. The campaign’s identity was designed by Brand Agency, and we used their elements to make a bright, sunny web site to help raise awareness of the benefits of daylight saving.

The site is powered by blogging engine WordPress, as news announcements and blog posts are the primary focus of the site. PayPal donations are accepted, visitors can volunteer to help promote the Yes campaign at polling places around the state on the referendum day, and there also the hilarious League of Darkness radio ads which you can listen to on the site. There’s also a Facebook group with over 6,500 fans.

And if you’re a West Australian, don’t forget to have your say on May 16.

Yes Daylight Saving