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WATERFRONT AUCKLAND

This is the second large web project conducted for this public sector client, alongside
many other smaller projects for which we have been commissioned.  Waterfront Auckland
was established as a CCO of Auckland Council in October 2010 has seen the need for a
massive online communication and engagement e"ort with Waterfront stakeholders and the
Auckland public at large. Since then the huge reorganisation, launch and ongoing support
of their online footprint including taking 9 legacy sites and incorporating into one of New
Zealand’s largest Responsive Design websites has been our main focus. Sites incorporated
include: Westhaven & Viaduct Marinas, Wynyard Quarter, Queens Wharf, North Wharf and
the Waterfront Auckland corporate site.

Multi sub-site Staging
Multi sub-site Workflow
Custom User Exp.
Functionality


HOMEPAGE

HOMEPAGE

The site’s initial landing page is a structured flurry
of colour and life, featuring a mix of waterfront
Aucklands o"erengs, from events to dining and
family activities. The tiled listings, displayed neatly
over top of stunning waterfront imagery is a style
kept consistent navigating throughout the website
and makes for a well structured and easily ordered
responsive design on any screen size.


FEATURES PAGES

FEATURES PAGES

Showcases the best of every category that
Auckland’s waterfront o"ers - Eat & Drink, Events,
See & Do. Each individual listing links back to
the subsite it belogs to depending on location i.e
North Wharf, Westhaven or Silo Park.   


EVENTS

EVENTS

Up-to-date database and editable forms that allow
the detail of upcoming events to be easily listed
with maps, banners and additional images.    



 


Launch Website

Testimonial

Waterfront Auckland 'Unreservedly Recommend'

After much debate and many months’ work, it was great to hear the announcement from the Prime Minister regarding Queens Wharf and its central part in our Rugby World Cup celebrations. Queens Wharf is only one of a number of revitalisation projects currently taking place along the Auckland Waterfront, many of which will be ready for September 2011 RWC. To inform the country about this work, we commissioned Kudos Web to build a new website to showcase as simply as possible, the vision, plans, issues and timetables for all these projects. We’ve had some great feedback following its launch and look forward to the continued growth of the website and the key role it will play in informing our diverse audiences about what’s happening on Auckland’s Waterfront. I can unreservedly recommend the Kudos Web team based on their commitment, their depth of knowledge and design skills in assisting us in creating this site under an extremely tight deadline.

John Gundesen, Communications and Stakeholder Manager