As can be seen from the sites listed, I’m not one for imagery. That’s not to say the sites can’t be dolled up – just that I’m not the right one to do it.
The sites are all hosted with AWS VMs and Cloudflare, and given I’m just pottering with the WP portfolio system here the listings are quick and rough.
This was an earlier site developed in tandem with my wife. It provides a landing pad for Aussie Shepherd information in Australia. A lot of the home page clickable panels of info are the result of custom coding to aggregate the required chronological data. https://aussiesdownunder.info
This is the website of my long time accountant. They wanted a simple site that would be easy to update themselves, be it fresh content or a new look. http://blnbusinessservices.com.au
This is an informational site for a key product my then employer sells. It is not trying to sell the products or gather data; merely to educate people. https://exercise-ball-safety.org
This was a quick site to repurpose a fallow domain; to give it a new purpose still related to the life it once led. https://agshss.com.au
This was an early move towards phasing out an old home grown ecommerce and operations system. It is an e-commerce system, but it also serves as part of a conduit for sales and stock data flows between various other sites and the internal system. It utilises webhooks, the Woocommerce REST API, a node-red service on…
This was the first true “satellite” site for AOK Products. It was for selling a specific product range to specific audiences, while liaising with other systems to keep sales and stock data synchronised between platforms. https://duraball.com
A second “satellite” site for AOK Products. It was for selling a single product range to all audiences, while liaising with other systems to keep sales and stock data synchronised between platforms. https://musclemate.com.au
This is a tiny (5GB disk 768MB RAM) VM hosting node-red for my home automations. IFTTTstopped offering a reasonable free service, so I opted to replace with in-home. This time I opted for node-red rather than openHAB or the like, as my home automation needs are modest and I’ve grown more confident in node-red’s capabilities.