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5 04, 2017

taylor Space Cube at Britomart

By | 2017-04-05T16:36:35+00:00 April 5th, 2017|Design Portfolio, News|0 Comments

This year for 2017 Britomart Fashion Sessions, taylor put a Space Cube in the middle of Te Ara Tahuhu Walkway in front of their Britomart store. Nectarine created the graphics for the 'skin' for the Space Cube using taylor's gorgeous Winter 17 photo shoot. Taylor used the cube as a 'backstage' for their open air fashion shows on Saturday April 1. Each window is over 2mtrs high with the long sides having a gap in the graphics so passers by can peek in and see what is going on. [...]

23 08, 2016

Nectarine sponsors Wairarapa Hockey

By | 2017-04-09T21:16:46+00:00 August 23rd, 2016|Design Portfolio, News|0 Comments

We're thrilled to live in the Wairarapa, surrounded by gorgeous landscapes and people by wonderful, creative personalities! So we're also excited about supporting our local community, and this time it's the under 15 Wairarapa Girls Hockey reps, who are off to regional and national tournaments in Tauranga. The pics below show the delightful and lovely Rosalie modeling her training top. Best of luck to the team as they head away to face the best from around the country!

7 06, 2016

Ali Foster website

By | 2017-10-03T13:49:53+00:00 June 7th, 2016|News, Website Portfolio|0 Comments

Ali Foster is a New Zealand writer and artist, based in Wairarapa. Ali always had a yearning to write and she wrote and illustrated her first picture book when she was fifteen years old. Since then, she's written three picture books, illustrated by Viv Walker, become a prolific painter, and has just launched her Ginomees trilogy. She came to Nectarine looking for a website that would reflect her art and writing. We created an animated home page that captures her particular style and her sense [...]

15 03, 2016

Farah DeJohnette website makeover

By | 2017-04-09T21:16:46+00:00 March 15th, 2016|Design Portfolio, Featured, News, Website Portfolio|0 Comments

Following the successful design of the FDH logo a few years back, Farah asked Nectarine to do a make-over on her website. After talking to her marketing specialist who thought that her video-based homepage wasn't working very well for new visitors to her site, Farah decided to revamp. Nectarine helped Farah with a solution to the problem and designed and created two home pages. One for non-members and one for members. The default non-members page has access to information including the FDH Blog, about Farah [...]

15 03, 2016

Bowen Hospital Installation – added panel

By | 2017-04-09T21:16:46+00:00 March 15th, 2016|Design Portfolio, Featured, News|0 Comments

Nectarine designed five large scale panels for an installation for the Bowen Hospital in 2011-12. Recently the Bowen Hospital decided to add a sixth panel to the installation depicting the new Bowen Centre which includes a theatre suite completed in 2012. We worked with specialist architectural photographer Jason Mann who took some fabulous up-to-date photographs of the hospital including the new Centre. The panels feature a collage of photographs sourced from libraries around the country and a timeline along the bottom. The sixth panel created [...]

24 02, 2015

Andi Steinemann Construction website

By | 2017-04-09T21:16:46+00:00 February 24th, 2015|News, Website News, Website Portfolio|0 Comments

Andi is a Swiss-born builder who spent a lot of time in New Zealand and has now relocated here, bringing his wealth of skills to the Wairarapa. So he needed a website to match! We went with a funky one-page site that tells the story of his skills, expertise and project history in a clean and direct manner. The website is, of course, responsive and SEO enhanced. Pretty too!

8 10, 2013

Where do the months go?

By | 2017-04-09T21:16:46+00:00 October 8th, 2013|News|0 Comments

Gak! It's October already! We've been so busy at Nectarine, there's been little time for updating our own blog. So before it gets completely out of hand, here's a couple of projects we've finished recently: the PRomote PR website and the Fruitfire website. Okay, onwards and upwards, and some slightly higher quality reportage will appear here once the decks have been cleared a little more! Fruitfire Website PRomote PR Website    

19 05, 2013

Plum Tree Studios website

By | 2017-04-09T21:16:46+00:00 May 19th, 2013|News, Website Portfolio|0 Comments

Plum Tree Studios - www.plumtreestudios.co.nz Cathryn and Marty at Plum Tree Studios make absolutely gorgeous studios: beautifully designed and finished with superb craftsmanship. They had a website, but it was starting to show its age: it didn't look good on mobile phones, it wasn't ranking well with search engines, and the pictures were tiny and not as exciting as they could be. So we leapt into a new, revamped site. We kept it clean and simple, allowing their two main logo colours and [...]

8 04, 2013

Emma Bass – updated site

By | 2017-04-09T21:16:46+00:00 April 8th, 2013|News, Website Portfolio|0 Comments

Last year we launched a new site for award-winning Auckland-based photographer Emma Bass (which replaced a site we'd created for her many years ago in the ancient times of the 'net when Flash ruled the world). It's always very satisfying to see a website become a focal point for growing a career, and the latest update reflects the Emma's continued rise in the field in both the professional and artistic areas. Her Imperfect exhibition was such an ongoing success that she's launching Imperfect II soon. [...]

8 03, 2013

Skint To Mint boardgame Quickplay Rules

By | 2017-04-09T21:16:46+00:00 March 8th, 2013|Boardgame Portfolio, News|0 Comments

Being in a somewhat niche market like boardgames can lead to interesting phonecalls! A recent one was from the Reserve Bank who had an existing boardgame called "Skint To Mint". It's aimed at raising financial literacy and teaching people about the difference between types of investments, including Savings, Stocks and Property. Working closely with the Young Enterprise Trust, the Reserve Bank has seen Skint To Mint being used successfully in a variety of areas, but there was a growing need to be able to play [...]