Web Torque is passionate about making business happen on the internet.
We create innovative strategies and solutions with a clear road map to success.
The ability to constantly evolve is crucial to our business success, work and play environment.
Tom has been in the web industry for over 13 years. Working across many industry leading projects for Trans World International in London. Tom moved to Auckland in early 2003, working as a UI developer, team leader and then project manager. Tom’s various roles in his past means he has a unique understanding of the whole development life cycle.
Graduated from Waikato University in 2005 with BSc majoring in Computer Science. Worked in the web industry as a Web Developer since 2004 utilising technologies such as Classic ASP, ASP.NET, Microsoft SQL Server/Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services, PHP, MySQL, HTML/XHTML/HTML5, CSS3, jQuery/AJAX.
Sarah began her career as a designer in London, before moving to Sydney where she gained several years experience working as an art director in an advertising agency. Her role now as a senior designer sees her applying concept-driven solutions to a broad spectrum of disciplines including branding, digital media and direct marketing.
Gabriella graduated from the University of Waikato with a Bachelor in Computer Graphic Design. She has also completed her Diploma in Digital Media at Media Design School. She is currently working as a front-end web developer with skills in web design and front-end coding, her skill set includes: HTML5, CSS3 and jQuery.
Carey Graduated with a Bachelor in computer science from AUT in 2010 and a Postgraduate Diploma in computer science from the University of Auckland in 2012. Currently he is working as a web developer utilising front-end technologies like CSS3, HTML5, PHP and Silverstripe CMS.
Simon graduated with a Bachelor of Design from AUT in 2009 and furthered his studies with a Bachelor of Science (Computer Science major) from the University of Auckland in 2013. Currently working as a web developer which focuses on front-end technologies such as CSS, HTML5, PHP and Silverstripe.
Cognitive fluency should affect the decision making in your designs. It is crucial to have your product match the language of the user. This doesn't just refer exclusively to regional languages, but also visual languages. The Mere...
User experience is EPIC, epic and really epic.
Websites and web applications have become more complex as our industry’s technologies and methodologies advance. What used to be a one-way static medium has evolved into a very rich and interactive...
Web designs are not set in stone
This carries over from the previous point. The biggest challenge for print designers is letting go of the idea that the design is set in stone and fixed in appearance.
Woosh is now part of the Web Torque family, we love having telecomunications/ISP on board.
For web one size definitely does not fit all
When print designers design for print, everything is static, nothing changes, inches and points do not change on a hard copy.
Team work is hugely important
In the world of the wide web team work is everything. There is no one star player. Collaboration is king. It is difficult to have every skill necessary to complete a 10 out of 10 website or online application. You have...
As my first blog post (ever), I’ll try to keep it short and informative. First a little about myself, my name is Carey and I’ve been working as a web developer for a little over 4 months. In these 4 months I’ve probably learn more than I have...
We are ending the year on a high in Queenstown. Welcome Gibbston Valley.