When Google first announced its new time travel feature for Street View, it was only rolled out to a small batch of users, with the rest of us itching to take it for a spin. Knowing it can sometimes take an age for new features to reach us here in Australia, I wasn’t going to hold my breath for this one. So I was pleasantly surprised to find that it now works and is usable on the streets of Australia.
The good folks at Hills Professional Removals and Storage approached Orion Creative to come up with a website that looks good, is functional and represents their professional service.
At Orion, we’re totally down for doing work when it comes to helping others, and when it’s for a great cause. Our most recent work was for the Philippine Australian Medical Association (PAMA), an association of doctors, surgeons and health specialists that undertake Medical Missions to the Philippines annually. It is here where Australian and Filipino doctors educate the local community and serve patients by undertaking major surgeries including cleft lip and palate repairs, burn reconstructions, down to the very basics of health education to the local community and providing a free toothbrush.
Back in late 2010 we were approached by two lovely ladies from Hear the Children (after they saw what a great job we did for Wings Away) to work on the Tour de Hills website.
The Tour de Hills is a charity bike ride event held every year to raise funds for the Rotary Club of Castle Hill and they pass on the donations to their selected Charities. This year the major charity was Hear the Children, a not for profit organisation that helps hearing impaired children and babies to learn to talk.
The internet… wow, you’ve got so much to offer, one of those things is pictures of cute cats with words written over the top of them using incorrect grammar, another thing is video (I know that there is more, but this blog can’t go on forever). You’ve seen videos of people doing ridiculous things on the Internet.