8 October 2020 | Studio News

What we’ve been up to – September 2020

Here’s a little recap of what we’ve been busy with in the months of July, August and September.

A big hello

A big welcome to our new clients: Kim Brown, Delightful Gifts and Ocean Force.

WordPress Updates

July was full of WordPress 5.5 updates! The WordPress 5.5 Beta 1 came out on July 7, followed by Beta 2 on July 14, Beta 3 on July 21, and Beta 4 on July 27. Subsequently, the team also published the first release candidate of WordPress 5.5 on July 28.

WordPress 5.5, was released on August 11, 2020, is a major update with features like automatic updates for plugins and themes, a block directory, XML sitemaps, block patterns, and lazy-loading images, among others.

As always we’ve kept our clients installs up to date and secure. Now all clients running the latest WordPress version 5.5.

Up and Running

My Fitness Bank

Up and running the One-Page website for My Fitness Bank (Otorohanga).

One page website My Fitness Bank

Bay of Plenty Garden & Art Festival

Up and Running the website for the Bay of Plenty Garden & Art Festival.

WordPress website Bay of Plenty Garden and Art Festival


Up and running the re-designed website for Gymstuff Limited (Tauranga, NZ).

WordPress website Gymstuff


Up and running the re-designed website for IPMS (Tauranga, NZ).

WordPress website for IPMS


Up and running the One-page website for Realtycom (Tauranga, NZ).

One page website for Realtycom

Sneak Peeks

Check out some awesome projects we’re working on.

A One-page website design for Energetick.

One page website design for Energetick

A website re-design for Balanced Success.

website re-design for Ballanced Success

The website design for Ocean Force.

Website design for Ocean Force

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