we are creatively simple,
Based in the Northern Rivers, NSW, Australia, we are proudly local and love supporting and assisting local businesses, as well as customers all over Australia. Web Design Lismore, Ballina, Alstonville, Evans Head, Byron Bay, Murwillumbah, Mullumbimby, Tweed Heads, and anywhere in Australia.
we love design!
What began as a personal frustration over the many super ugly and clunky websites that can be found on the internet (you know em, you’ve seen em!) developed into a genuine desire to actually help businesses dramatically improve their online presence by designing and building epically amazing websites for them.
Having a website that looks good is just as important as one that functions well. This includes things like hosting, content management, platform updating, and security – the nuts and bolts of great website performance. Literally, we wanted to change the world, one website at a time.
ok, maybe a little dramatic!
But we really are passionate about beautiful design. We love gorgeous imagery and colour, well laid out framework and great content. We want every web design to feel ‘right’ – to look great to the eye, but to also work intuitively for the user – no weirdness, no ‘why did it do that?!’ moments, and definitely no ‘whoah, that is ugly!’
In fact, if we had to narrow it down, we particularly love Scandi design – its clean lines, its creative flair. We love all things Scandi; the countries, the landscapes, the designs, the cool Scandi language (reminiscent of Vikings, exploration and discovering new worlds), with its weirdly cool dots over letters and double letter combinations.
yeah, but why ‘famenkko‘?
Running with the Scandi-theme, we wanted to do for websites what Swedish company Ikea did for furniture; flat-packed, super cool designs, user-friendly, and easy on the bank balance.
A name that seemed to encapsulate all of these distinct creative thoughts was very important to us and sooner or later ‘famenkko’ appeared on the ‘drawing board’ (notice what we did there with the ‘double k’?). Yep, we made it up but it just felt right, and here we are today!