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CMS Website

Control your web presence with a content management system powered website

  • Showcase your business, group or cause
  • Integrate with social media and build reputation
  • Manage site content easily yourself
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Sell your products and services online with a shopping cart equipped website.

  • Sell 24/7. Pants are optional.
  • Include custom functionality to get an edge over your competitors
  • Integrate with your accounting software, payment gateway and shipping company
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Ongoing Services

Stay relevant and keep up to speed with our ongoing web services.

  • Web Hosting + Support
  • Search Engine Optimisation
  • Email Marketing
  • Surveys
  • Reporting
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We have used a number of web developers in the past, local, interstate and international. James was always quick to respond to emails and would always give regular updates. James was constantly thinking about how to improve our site and constantly throwing idea around, ideas we had never thought of. We had a simple idea of how we wanted our site to function and look, this evolved with the ideas James suggested. I would highly recommend James, not only due to his brilliant work but for his constant communication, we always knew what stage our project was at.

Constantine Koutsikas

Owner at Personal Trainer of Choice

Our Work

Take a look at case studies of Phoenix work.
Sphilvers Jewellery

Online shop for a boutique jewellery workshop based in southern Adelaide.


Photography showcase website and online prints shop.

Blazing Words

Blazing Words is a photography and philosophy blog about the role of oil in modern literature.

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Essential support services for pedigree management web application

Ignorant Courage
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The online diary of a WW2 merchant seaman, published as a blog.

Personal Trainer of Choice
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Online business directory and marketing tool for personal trainers and gyms.

Phoenix Web Development  is a collection of razor sharp problem solvers based in Happy Valley, South Australia.

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From The Phoenix News Desk

PHP5 is Dead. Long Live PHP7 (We're Upgrading)

September 15, 2016

Here at Phoenix we're in the middle of upgrading our websites to use PHP7 instead of PHP5.6. PHP5 has been the world's most popular server scripting language for almost a decade now. The time has come to put the faithful …

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Scammers Now Targeting Web Businesses

June 22, 2016

The web is riddled with spam, viruses and scammers and the total number of scam attempts per year is constantly increasing. This week Phoenix Web Development was targeted and after googling, it seems that businesses are becoming a more popular …

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We're now using Folding@Home to contribute to medical research

May 3, 2016

A few days ago we discovered a cool project run by Stanford University called Folding@Home. It allows you to donate your unused computer processing power to help with medical research. The research helps with research on cancer, Alzheimers, AIDS, Parkinsons and …

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2014 - 2015 Increase in Mobile Optimised Sites

October 20, 2015

We estimated the total number of mobile optimised sites on the web. Now we're doing it again a year later and comparing.

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Meanpath Queries Used to Find the Number of Mobile Sites

November 10, 2014

The table below shows the meanpath queries used to assess the number of mobile optimised sites across the internet. The discussion around these results is located in this post. Description Meanpath Query # of Sites % of Sites Mobile Only …

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The Number Of Mobile Ready Sites

November 10, 2014

The number of people doing their internet browsing on a mobile device has skyrocketed since the release of the iPhone in 2007. So much so that according to a study by Morgan Stanley analysts mobile browsing will eclipse desktop browsing …

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