We believe technology can offer elegant solutions to problems and challenges in all sorts of places. We are involved in prototyping several product ideas to streamline business processes and enable new ways of capturing information.
Eftco supplies businesses with eftpos solutions. We worked with them to build an ecommerce website that is easy for customers and staff to use. Key functionality includes ordering consumables and inquiring about leasing and hiring eftpos solutions. With features like identifying machines via photo rather than serial number and easy re-ordering of a previous order the new site streamlines the customer experience.
Te Hūmeka is a Waikato Māori business network. They do lots of great work and networking within the Māori business community. The site reflects that with an updated look and feel, mobile friendly design, business directory features and areas to promote upcoming and past events. Paypal integration takes the manual effort out of managing subscriptions to the business directory.
Volleyball Waikato promotes and manages volleyball in the Waikato and beyond. They needed a site that presents information clearly and can be easily updated with images, documents and content. We achieved this by using WordPress, an industry standard blog and site engine and creating a WordPress theme to suit.
In 2014 Hamilton Volleyball Club decided to update their branding. Wild Coast managed the process of crowd sourcing ideas and designs from the club and then working them into coherent branding elements.
We adapted the design elements to brand the club facebook page.
The club hoodie is an important part of team identity at Nationals and during the year. The design ideas for this were crowd sourced via a club competition and the winning design was interpreted by Wild Coast into the result.