Articles Tagged: WordPress Website Design July 19, 2016
Before we start designing your website, there are a few things we need in order for you to have a successful project. If you haven’t hired a website designer before, you may be under the impression that you pay your invoice and nothing else is needed from you. Although we will make things extremely seamless, …
Read the Article › August 27, 2014
Next week, WordPress 4.0 is going to be released and I’d like to give you an overview of the new features.WordPress has made over 250 changes thus far, but here are the top 3 that I know you’ll be using.
Read the Article › August 12, 2014
Build a blog, and they will come? If it were only that easy. Here are 13 tips to increase value and engagement for readers of your blog.
Read the Article › July 22, 2014
Don’t all WordPress websites look the same? Find out why this is wrong, and also some examples of well known companies and brands using WordPress.
Read the Article › June 07, 2014
We speak with small business owners and start-ups every day that request a simple website.Up until now, we’ve only offered services for small to mid-size companies and start-ups that have a larger goal and budget set aside for their online presence.
Read the Article › May 27, 2014
In this video I show how we integrated a custom online payment form through PayPal so that the Friends of Willamette Valley NWRC can allow people to signup for their memberships online.
Read the Article › April 07, 2014
Last month we were hired by the Maverick Institute to help redesign their existing website. Their current website accomplished what they needed for the past few years, but they now wanted a refresh to better reflect their lean strategy and also improve their sales funnel online.
Read the Article › January 15, 2014
This is a question that I get asked daily. In this article I’d like to help you understand exactly what WordPress is and how it works. All without your typical technical web jargon
Read the Article › December 10, 2013
Your website may be built on WordPress but this does not mean that your website functions in the same way as every other WordPress website. Although the look and feel is consistent, they can be drastically different in usability.
Read the Article › November 21, 2013
If something happens to your website right now (it gets hacked, your server fails, or your database gets corrupted), what system do you have in place to restore it to it’s last working version? In this video I go over two options of how you can easily get your WordPress website backed up today.
Read the Article › November 15, 2013
Earlier this year we were hired to re-design and develop Schick Shadel Hospital’s website based out of Seattle, Washington. It was an extremely fun and rewarding project, especially being that their mission is giving people a second chance in life.
Read the Article › November 05, 2013
Absolutely. Knowing this bit of information is fairly common in the web design industry, but I want to break down why WordPress is great for Search Engine Optimization (SEO) with a few examples. First, I should explain which version of WordPress I will be talking about. You may not know, but there are two types …
Read the Article › October 03, 2013
Responsive web design (RWD) been a fairly hot topic over the past year in the industry so I’ve created a quick video to help you better understand it. I’ve also included an “in the wild” example of a responsive website that we’ve designed and developed on WordPress. Video: What is Responsive Web Design? (with EXAMPLE) …
Read the Article › August 21, 2013
In this video I go over one of our client’s websites that we’ve built on WordPress. I show the back-end and how easy it is for her to manage her blog that we’ve customized. Video: How Easy It Is To Use WordPress – Graticle Design Video Transcription Hi, my name’s Shawn and I’m with …
Read the Article › August 02, 2013
Websites are not set in stone. If you have one, make sure to constantly improve it as you grow in experience and learn more about your visitors / customers. If you don’t know where to start, start listening to your current and prospective buyers. Are they always asking the same questions? Are you constantly guiding …
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