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New Website Launched: Victoria Harbour Ferry

The Victoria Harbour Ferry Company was founded in 1990 with just two ferry boats. Today, they own and operate a fleet of 14 small 12 passenger ferries and two 40 passenger vessels.  They have travelled over 60,000 kilometers a season in the harbour and complete over 90,000 stops a season in the harbour!

Our journey to a new website design began with Radar Hill’s project manager Dan sitting down with Barry & Michele of Victoria Harbour Ferry to determine what they needed and wanted in a new website. Once project vision was clear & the planning was completed (including a lengthy discussion about website navigation!), the Victoria Harbour Ferry team met with Graphic Designer Megan to talk about what feel they wanted for the new website. It was to be fun, unique & graphically portray the Harbour Ferry experience.

After some collaboration between the Victoria Harbour Ferry team & Radar Hill, a final website look & feel was approved and we started the task of building the website. This included implementing responsive design and integrating the website into our Content Management System, Pyramid. We love it and think it’s pretty snazzy; congratulations to the Victoria Harbour Ferry crew on their new website!

Victoria Harbour Ferry

Victoria Harbour Ferry

About ken

Ken started experimenting with web design and construction over a decade ago, and has spent countless hours agonising over layouts in Photoshop and marking up websites since then. He strives to create websites that are easy to use, functional, and stunning to look at. By taking time to fully understand the needs and goals of each project Ken aims to create design solutions that not only look great, but serve a purpose. When not creating solutions for the web, Ken can often be found picking banjo, jumping in lakes, and checking out live music around town.
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