Author Archives: Rob Edwards

I should probably have been in the office…

Lake Rotoiti from Pinchgut Track

But I took to the hills instead and had a great walk up Mt Robert with my favourite daughter. Good weather, bit of snow above the bushline and a seriously chilly breeze on the ridges – just to remind us that alpine NZ is not to be taken lightly.

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Nelson Bays Harmony Website Refresh

Nelson Bays Harmony

Busy times of late with some really interesting projects on the go, some of which I can’t share with you because your security clearance just doesn’t cut it. But you knew that and came here anyway, so one small update I can tell you about dear reader, is the refresh of the Nelson bays Harmony… Continue Reading →

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Hanmer Springs, Conical Hill Panorama

Conical Hill, Hanmer Springs

Recently visited Hanmer Springs whilst the town was a veritable winter wonderland following the heavy snow falls in early July. Once again the trusty LG G2 Mini produced some nice shots. Here’s a panorama taken from the top of Conical Hill. There was a real buzz in the town over the couple of days we… Continue Reading →

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Midyear Update

Lee Woodman's String Theory Exhibition

If a common theme has emerged from the work I’m doing at the moment it’s both the versatility of the WordPress platform and challenges facing businesses seeking appropriate solutions to their needs.

Ceol Aneas 2015

Ceol Aneas 2015 players on stage

Sharing is caring, so here’s a tweet direct from the Ceol Aneas concert at the Theatre Royal, Nelson. It was a great night and the sound guys did a superb job. We’re really fortunate to have this festival happening here each year. Well done those people. Ceol Aneas Festival, Theatre Royal, Nelson, NZ. Wee snippet… Continue Reading →

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We recently updated Nick Bowmast’s User Experience NZ WordPress site. This latest project was a conversion of another of Nick’s sites,, from ASP.NET to WordPress. Built to a precise design, the theme is clean and features a fixed top menu and smooth transition across devices. Nick works internationally with an impressive client and has… Continue Reading →

Have website, will travel…

The Matterhorn

Most businesses would like to make their way to page one of a relevant Google search result. Unfortunately, simply building a new website does not mean it will automatically be so.

Here’s a quick primer on SEO.

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