Colorbank Website

Another low budget brochure website done under a week. A database driven site, so the client can change all the texts and photos of the site as they wish using the custom designed back-end, content management system.

I had second thoughts on posting this site on my blog, but whats done is done, so be it. So don’t comment on the design aspects of the site! It’s done as the client wanted and it perfectly serves their purpose. “To communicate to our clients, our products and services.”

I wish businesses would dedicate a good budget for their online presence, but I guess its not in most peoples priority list. Anyways, enjoy!


P.S. Thanks to Azu ( for helping me out on tidying the back end, I simply lost interest.



  1. #1 by Zero on February 10, 2008 - 9:32 am

    guess this is the perfect one for them..knowing how budget oriented ‘they’ can be… đŸ˜‰

  2. #2 by Yusuf Abdulla Shunan on February 10, 2008 - 11:54 pm

    well u make is sound so, what can i say, “budget oriented”…

    Anyways, something is better than nothing….

  3. #3 by nass on February 11, 2008 - 5:15 pm

    It looks okay.

    Would it be a lot better if it was a ‘high’ budget one?

  4. #4 by Yusuf Abdulla Shunan on February 11, 2008 - 10:18 pm

    In creative projects like designing, often creativity = time spent on the project!

    As most low budget projects are only worth a weeks work to achieve a profit!

    As we all know Profit = Budget – (staff salary + rent + other overhead expenses)!

    Hence, all the factors that effect a project are the price, work hours and deadline.

    As for me, with two staff and an office space, daily expenses comes to something close to Rf1500/day. Which I need to meet! This is the formula I use for all my projects! If the client set the deadline, I set the price and work hours. If they set the price, I set the deadline and work hours (loosely translated as quality). So far not many clients know what they want as per quality of the project is concerned, all in all, price or deadline is the deciding factor.

    However, often on the field it is a bit more pliable than that!

    Yes of course, we can do a lot better…

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