Oxygen Kiosk

Websites: Simple, clean, fast.

As of April 2011, all new web clients are directed towards the new Web site, theworkingparty.com.au. If you have a new project you would like to talk to us about, please do so there.

The Oxygen Kiosk is a small design agency with offices in Sydney & Brisbane, Australia. We’ve connected through our love of the internet and desire to fill it with useful, creative, friendly websites.

We design
Visually stunning website designs, built to load fast and get noticed
We code
Websites built with web standards, using CSS and smatterings of javascript to enhance functionality, allowing you to update content yourself
We write
Copy writing for the internet, editing and blogging
We consult
Speak to us before you make your next investment online – we may be able to save you some time and money

Take a look at our projects to see some examples of our previous work.

"We are geeks and proud of it. For us the net isn't just a communications medium, it's an environment which needs to be cared for and nurtured towards its full potential"

  • Cal Wilson
  • Jaymis Loveday

Oxygen Kiosk at Unconvention Brisbane

Over the weekend, Oxygen Kiosk was involved in Unconvention Brisbane, a “not for profit grassroots led music conference for DIY and Independent promoters, labels, entrepreneurs, writers, technologists, innovators and artists.” I setup a webcast for both days of conference panels, played an audiovisual set as half of Cowper, spoke on the Music as Product panel [...]

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We’re Hiring! Junior Web Ninja

We’re looking for a junior web developer/silent killer to work remotely or from our Sydney office. Official transmission follows: Oxygen Kiosk, the sleek web boutique in Sydney and Brisbane is looking for a junior web developer for a 6-month contract (with a view to executing a permanent position). We’re geekily obsessive about code and hype-free [...]

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Ads For Your Blog: Simple Code for Calling OpenX’s Single Page Call Within WordPress Using current_post

Advertising is one of those “necessary evils” of the web, and of non-ecommerce blogs in particular. For blogs which aren’t associated with a particular product or revenue-generating business, advertising is the main way to pay the bills. It’s not something which generally enhances a site, but we try our hardest to ensure that it’s not [...]

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