ABOUT BURNING FRUIT
Burning Fruit Pty Ltd was formed in 2014 by the merging of two web design companies, bringing over 30 years combined experience in usability, design, development and corporate consulting to the table.
Stephen Wigley arrived in Perth from the U.K. in 2005 to start a new life with his young family. He created Innovision IT, delivering websites to customers outside of his full-time job. Innovision IT grew to a point where in 2013, Steve was able to concentrate full time on growing the business.
After graduating from and teaching at Curtin University, Julian Dyer had been running a web design business part time in the same local area.COLLABORATION OVER COMPETITION
After meeting, the pair decided to collaborate instead of compete. Both Steve and Julz shared a vision of improving the web experience for both businesses in Perth and their respective visitors. They knew putting usability at the forefront of every web design would achieve this and knew no other web development agency did the type of investigative work that they were intending. After successfully trialling a number of projects, Burning Fruit was created.OUR PHILOSOPHY
Our mission is to empower businesses in their online space to reach out and speak directly to their target market.
By placing the target audience at the centre of any web design, we establish what is and isn’t working, ultimately identifying what the target market wants.
Most of our customers are on their second or third website and are pleasantly surprised at our fresh approach.OUR CAPABILITY
Having grown our team over the past year, we pack a wealth of experience with over 30 years’ combined experience in the industry, and over 13 years’ experience in user experience. Our team comprises of:
- Consultants and team leads
- Qualified web designers
- Qualified web and application developers
- We all wear a number of hats so we all get a different perspective of Burning Fruit and also helps us be responsive to your issues.
Coming on board with Burning Fruit is easy, we are a one stop shop offering easy billing, payment plans, competitive pricing and a friendly and approachable nature – no geek talk here.
We’ll come to your premises to personally go through a development plan to outline what we can do for you.
Feel free to get in touch with us and find out how we can improve what you do with your online presence.
Stephen Wigley1. How many years in the industry?
Let's just say, before the internet...2. Any relevant background info to what you're doing now?
User Centered / Interaction Design Methodologies for consultancy companies and implementation for corporates. Presented to Ajilon, iiNet, Department of Transport and performed usability studies for HBF.3. What aspect of web design do you enjoy?
Giving visitors what they want.4. Why do you Burn the Fruit?
Such an awesome team, loving the interactions and relaxing flexibility... the fact they can put up with me... honestly.5. If you were a fruit, which fruit and why?
Mango because I get rosy cheeks, soft on the outside with a hardcore core.
Julian Dyer1. How many years in the industry?
Since 2001, had a modem before the internet :)2. Any relevant background info to what you're doing now?
Taught Electronic Commerce at Curtin Uni, wrote thesis on user interfaces for smart homes.3. What aspect of web design do you enjoy?
The visuals.4. Why do you Burn the Fruit?
I enjoy helping businesses get the most out of their online space.5. If you were a fruit, which fruit and why?
Pineapple. Spikey on the outside sweet in the middle. Or maybe that's the gel in my hair and sugar in my tea...
Amanda Hashman1. How many years in the industry?
Since 2004, when the DOTCOM bust became a boom.2. Any relevant background info to what you're doing now?
Solo support team & account manager for web development companies.3. What aspect of web design do you enjoy?
Solving problems, tangible ones.4. Why do you Burn the Fruit?
Mum told me to. (Seriously. She's one of our clients. And she never misses an opportunity to remind me.)5. If you were a fruit, which fruit and why?
Fruit? I'm the stalk holding it all together.
Harrison Barlow1. How many years in the industry?
Since 2010, 107 trillion emails were sent online this year.2. Any relevant background info to what you're doing now?
Created a mental health web app for a uni professor, self taught all the way.3. What aspect of web design do you enjoy?
Techy, nitty gritty stuff that everyone else hates.4. Why do you Burn the Fruit?
Awesome company culture, flexible work-play lifestyle, learning what not to do (wink).5. If you were a fruit, which fruit and why?
Apple because I come in many flavours, tough skinned, soft interior.
Connor Liddelow1. How many years in the industry?
Since 2009, when there were only 234 million websites online...2. Any relevant background info to what you're doing now?
Game design, concept and UI designer with Meteorite Games.3. What aspect of web design do you enjoy?
All the pretty colours.4. Why do you Burn the Fruit?
I enjoy designing for the user journey, watching web designs take shape and designing for gamification... oh and they're the only ones that would hire me.5. If you were a fruit, which fruit and why?
Blackberry, hard to find in the supermarket and expensive.