1. Responsive & Rad

School teacher Greg Moran wanted to start a business doing what he loved most – taking people kayaking on Pittwater. With a marketing plan and a hand-drawn logo idea scribbled on a notepad he approached Kindleman to get him started with a fresh brand and bookings website.


  • front end
  • information architecture
  • responsive
  • ux
  • web design

2. Branding & Creative

The brand was developed with a modern take on nostalgic summer camp adventure  and a simple line ‘Explore’ that speaks to those with adventure in their hearts.

3. Photographic Feast

Greg had an iPhone full of photos, so we cleaned those up as a centrepiece to the website’s visual style. Supplying visual or written assets greatly reduces costs for a unique website.

Responsive is important in this case with customers likely to be backpackers and travellers who pick up a local sim so they can use the internet on their phone.

The WordPress theme is built on the Genesis framework, so it’s super-fast and SEO-friendly.

All funnels lead to the bookings form, which were setup with the power of Gravity Forms, and with payments made through PayPal.

Greg Moran
- Pittwater Kayak Tours


Anyone can make a website, right? Well, sort-of - but some guidance in the right direction can make a huge amount of difference to how customers arrive at your website, through to making a decision to engage with your business.
Kindleman make a lot of smaller websites that fit your branding, and are made so you have the best platform on which to grow your empire.

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