We build beautiful custom Webflow websites

Big Mark & Co is a web design agency based in Wellington New Zealand, that build custom websites for small businesses and organizations.

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Kia ora, Talofa, Hello everyone

My name is Mark Fa’amaoni, but my friends call me Big Mark. I'm a web-designer and photographer who lives in Wellington, New Zealand.

And I can build you a beautiful, functional, exceptional website that is easy-to-update, accessible, and friendly for your visitors to use. Below are some examples of my recent work.

We are a registered indigenous supplier with Amotai

Amotai is a diversity intermediary tasked with connecting Māori and Pasifika-owned businesses with buyers wanting to purchase goods, services and works.

The level of service I receive now has taken all the stress out of running online sales. I would have absolutely no hesitation in recommending Mark, not only for the technical work he does, but also the ethics and integrity by which he conducts himself.

Michelle, Copperhead Stills

Recent work


Kaea Consultancy

"Kaea is a consultancy that provides expert advice and support for communities and cultural institutions in matters relating to the return of ancestral remains and cultural heritage to their communities of origin."


OBJECTIVE: Te Arikirangi asked me to build a new website for Kaea, a consultancy that specialises in the return of ancestral remains and cultural heritage to their communities of origin. The website needed to be accessible, easy to update, and because the website is based in the EU, GDPR-compliant.

THE BUILD: The base for the design of the website was the stunning graphic design work by Chloē Reweti, who created the logo and the design system. From design to the launch of the website took just under four weeks, and the website included an insights section that featured and focused on the Pūkaea Podcast.


Fair & Square Building Services Limited

"Fair & Square Building Services are a small, Pasifika family-owned and operated building firm with over 20 years of experience in the industry."


OBJECTIVE: This was a website rebuild, with the goal of bringing the website in much closer alignment with the company brand. In particular, we wanted to focus on Fair & Square pre-designed and space concious Villas.

THE BUILD: The original website was built on WordPress, we decided to rebuild the website in Webflow to take advantage of the flexibility of the Content Management System and the no-plugin/no-code environment. The website took about a month to launch, including discovery, design, build and audits.


Sailability Wellington

"Sailability Wellington is an inclusive sailing club for people with disabilities. With over 200 sailing members and 70 experienced volunteers, we sail up to 6 days a week from our bases at Seaview, Evans Bay and Onepoto."


OBJECTIVE: To rebuild the existing WordPress website on a friendlier, easier to update platform, without loosing any of the charm of the original website. As an important part of the Wellington community, the website needed to be easy for visitors to use and accessible.

THE BUILD: This was a project with multiple stakeholders, and it was important that we got everything right. The final website included 21 pages/subpages, a robust content management system, dynamic news updates, learning resources sections, and responsive design.

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