View of Mt Remarkable

Every business needs a website

Mt Remarkable, Melrose, South Australia.

Hiskey Hut near Georgetown South Australia

Your website is the basis
of your social media campaign

Hiskey's Hut near Georgetown, South Australia.
On the Heysen Trail

Sunset at Narridy near Clare South Australia

Accessible Websites
reach more people

Sunset at Narridy near Clare in South Australia

Pump house at Burra Mine South Australia

How well does your
website perform?

Pump House at Burra Mine, South Australia

View of the flinders ranges through the trees at Mambrey Creek National Park

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have any questions

The Flinders Ranges from Mambrey Creek National Park, South Australia. Near Port Augusta.

Designing and Developing Websites Since 2000

I would like to help you create a website for your business using  good web design principles. Your site should be:

  • attractive,
  • search engine friendly,
  • responsive,
  • user friendly and
  • accessible to everyone.

Does your business need a website?

Does your website need updating?

Principles of good web design mind map



A mockup of a website in different sizes.A responsive website is one that looks acceptable and functions correctly on any browser, screen size and device used to access the web. Responsive Web Design


an example of an attractive website

Having an attractive web site will encourage visitors to stay on your site longer and increase the chance of engagement.
Attractive Web Sites



labrador dog

Right from the beginning consider making your site accessible to people with disabilities. Accessible web sites are also accessible to search spiders. Website Accessibility

About Me

A picture of Gillian TylerI discovered a passion for web design when asked to create a web site for a support group in the year 2000. Web design and development appeals to both my love of maths and my desire to be a bit creative. I am passionate about creating a good user  experience, especially for  people with disabilities.

A lot of my greatest inspiration comes when I am in the smallest room of the house. It was while using an outside “dunny” that I came up with the name “Redback Web Design”. It wasn’t very original. Since I started my business I have had to change it to “Redback Web Design and Development”. Spiders create webs, and Mind Maps look like spiders. There is a mindmap on most pages that will give you a quick overview of the topic.

I focus on creating web sites for support groups, community and charity organisations, and small businesses which may not normally be able to afford a web site. My qualifications are Bachelor of Applied Science and a Diploma in Information Technology (Web Development). I am also a licensed instructor in Mind Mapping.

I live halfway between Port Pirie and Clare in the Mid North of South Australia and I will come to you, if your business is in my area. Contact me if you have any questions about web design.

Last updated 14 March 2018