With a combined age of 2,695 dog years the We Push Buttons team have been around long enough to know what works and what doesn’t. In the business world it’s easy to be hooked in by the latest ‘on trend’ well, trend… and we’ve seen enough of these next big things come and go to know what technologies and trends are here to stay and which ones will disappear faster than you can say ‘where’s my PDA?’
If you need informed unbiased advice, a digital presence or a new online marketing campaign then let’s talk about how we can work together.
Meet the team that could be working on your next project…
When he found himself embroiled in a conversation with someone talking about their ‘customer-centric core competencies’ he realised it was time to create a Web Design Agency that was less about self promoting buzz-words and more about people and giving them the tools to understand the web.
The idea behind We Push Buttons was to create an environment where business owners can learn about building their enterprise, whether it be with an outstanding website, SEO or any other marketing ideas. Coming from the art industry and online retail background he knows first hand the needs of growing a business in a tough environment.
Iben Blom Hansen
Castlemaine via Alice Springs via Germany, originally hailing from Denmark.
Well traveled is an understatement. Either way we’re privileged to have such a talented communication designer with Northern European design sensibilities. Designing minimalist, striking and beautiful logos, brochures and just about anything else we throw at her. Iben’s the go to designer of choice for anything graphic oriented that comes across our desk.
Hugh Campbell has been a web developer of multimedia and web projects for 20 years; he has worked in education, advertising and small business. Not only does Hugh know his Boilerplate from his Bootstrap but as he has a bachelor of Forest Science he can also explain the difference between the genus Eucalyptus and Angophora.
Kate is our content writer extraordinaire, being asked to write on just about any topic you can imagine, Kate comes up with plithy well written articles and web pages for clients in as diverse an industry as you could imagine. If you need an article ghost written, eBook published or a website proof read Kate’s the person for you. She also has a PhD from Macquarie University and has academic and creative work published in various journals and online, including ABR, Skive, Australian ejournal of Theology, Colloquy, Transnational Literature, Ripples and Antipodes.
Tim Osborne is a front end web developer working on web apps and complex web projects since 2004. He is currently in love with Laravel, Jade, and Angular.js (these are coding language not people’s names). Okay, he still love you, WordPress.
Otherwise, it’s B-grade sci-fi, BJJ, slackline, hacky, folky guitar and hanging out in the sandpit with his son.
By night, a classically-trained composer/performer/producer of music in many different styles at the House of Andersen and presenter of Sunday Local Sunday Live on WMA FM. By day, an arts administrator and event manager. Secretary of the Castlemaine Fringe (and director of the 2011 Castlemaine Fringe Festival), Scott knows only too well what it takes to manage a project.
In between juggling two small children, cooking for what seems like a whole football team and catching the occasional few hours sleep, Emily enjoys writing. Having a flair for telling it like it is with a twist of dry wit and great sense of humour, Emily’s writing style is flexible, accessible and a little different, providing a fresh perspective and an honest opinion.