Many Antique shops operate through the same areas and many specialize in specific items.
This website was to allow people easy access to where the antique stores are located and what sort of items they are likely to find.
To provide the ability to add locations as required, and to display them on a map so website visitors can find each store easily.
The Antique Trail is to be setup so that it starts at Brisbane and meanders its way to the outer suburb of that region.
To support multiple regions, Brisbane North, Brisbane South and Brisbane City.
As each Antique Store employ the skill of many Trade Services, the website is to include a Trade Services / Advertising directory to help promote the list of companies they have associations with. Such things as antique furniture repairers, upholsterers etc.
To have the website dedicated to Graham See who unfortunately passed away in February of 2012 and who was a pioneer in the Antiques Industry in Queensland.
Requesting a Clean and refined layout that is easy to navigate and clear.
The design is using a Fixed Width layout to ensure clean and precise display of the Antique Trail Members and to allow easy navigation up and down the page.
The Antique Trail Members Manger application allows them to add or remove members at any time, plus indicate their location on the regional map. Each member can have numerous pictures uploaded with accompanying descriptions and has the facility to include a brief and extended description plus additional information such as address and open hours.