10 Feb 2009


Posted by kilbot | Filed under: Portfolio

MrNewsThe Kilbot Factory has just launched a new site for MrNews, a software company from Perth, Western Australia. The site uses Expression Engine as a back-end for content management, including news section, forums and a custom download area. In addition to the back-end, the Kilbot Factory provided the complete design for the logo and the website.


28 Feb 2007

What is the difference between Web Development and Web Design?

Posted by kilbot | Filed under: Frequently Asked Questions, Web Development FAQ

Web Development encompasses all the tasks required to bring a web site to the internet, whereas Web Design refers only to graphic design. A typical web development process at The Kilbot Factory would involve site planning, wireframe creation, web design, coding, search engine optimisation, and after release; site maintenance and advertising. The Website development from there onwards can be handled by companies like Sir Linksalot who ensure to provide quality backlinks, the top keywords and many other things to make your site reach the top.

The role of the web developer will vary from agency to agency and from project to project. Most commonly, the web developer refers to the person responsible for the code component of the development process. In a small web development agency, a web developer may be responsible for all aspects of development, including design. Indeed, a good developer should have experience in all aspects of the development process so that good practices are built into the web site as a matter of course.

As the internet industry matures there is a need for more specialised roles in web development. Large agencies will usually include a project manager who takes care of the site planning, wireframing and manages the web developers and web designers. Specialist SEO firms are springing up all over the internet (although most of them are charlatans in this humble web developers opinion :p ). Web developers themselves will usually pick one or two languages to specialise in.

For more information about my specialities, please visit the About page.

13 Nov 2006

Brooks Hire Service

Posted by kilbot | Filed under: News, Portfolio

Brooks Hire Servicehttp://www.brookshire.com.au

The Kilbot Factory has released a brand new site for Brooks Hire Service. The site uses a Content Management System for easy site updates and expansion, standards compliant XHTML and CSS, and quite a few keyword tweaks to get the best search ranking possible.

8 Dec 2005

Brett Coelho

Posted by kilbot | Filed under: News, Portfolio

Brett Coelhohttp://www.brettcoelho.com.au

The Kilbot Factory was contracted by Mintox Design to create a Content Management System for Melbourne artist Brett Coelho. The CMS allows Brett to add, edt and delete the content and also add new galleries so that the site can expand in future years.

8 Dec 2005

Ewen Coates

Posted by kilbot | Filed under: News, Portfolio

Ewen Coateshttp://www.ewencoates.com.au

The Kilbot Factory was contracted by Mintox Design and Ewen Coates to provide an interactive Flash animation for three of Ewen’s installations.

Click here to explore the installations.