Brighton Beach Senior Primary School

About This Project

Year Completed: 2018

Before we had taken over the BBSPS website project, the school was approached by multiple other Web Development companies.
The school was looking for a simple revamp, preferably using a CMS (Content Management System) platform, which would allow them the ability to make regular updates and post news articles for their upcoming and past events.

In terms of the web industry, this was a simple request and a seamlessly easy enough task to action and complete.
While BBSPS were gathering their various quotes for comparison, which of course is understandable – being a government-run school, they had a budget to adhere to, they were appalled by the outrageous estimates they were receiving.

I was approached by a member of the school body, who had advised on what budget they could afford and on the quotes they had received to date. I have been in this industry for more than 10 years, I can completely understand where these industries get their figures from as I too use similar methodology as a guideline. But, let’s face it, no two businesses are the same so I took it a step further and quoted not only based on the school’s requirements but based it on their budget and their affordability instead.

For me, it wasn’t just about making money at the end of the day, it’s about delivering a great website on time and within budget, and nothing is more rewarding than a satisfied, happy client.

Nicole Jenkins
Project Manager and Developer

Development, Schools, Web Design