There’s no doubt that WordPress is the most popular CMS (content marketing system) out there for both landing page and website creation. It allows one to easily and quickly create professional websites while still offering the flexibility that others systems like Wix and Squarespace fail to offer. This allows us to add features and customizations that would otherwise not be available. That flexibility comes with a price however, and so WordPress website creators must be knowledgeable about caching, WordPress architecture, and server architecture to ensure an optimized result. We’ve spent literally hundreds of hours finetuning our WordPress abilities to provide you an optimized website that’s fast and has endless possibilities.
This is How We Do It:
It Starts with Research:
Creating websites are almost pointless unless you know who you create it for. We focus our attention on the “who” as much as what we do the “what.” Understanding the needs of your clients are of the utmost importance to us in order to both design and draft engaging pages that answer the calls of your client.
We Pride Ourselves in Simple, Mobile-First Design:
You better believe that almost consistently across all of our tests and analytics, mobile comes first. Mobile devices have become so dominant that almost consistently about 3 out 4 website visitors are engaging websites from a mobile device, and the trends only show that those numbers are still climbing. We take mobile-experiences very seriously to the point where we think in a “mobile-first” mentality.
Modern and Best Practices:
What is the goal of a website? Is it to look pretty? Sassy? Professional? We’ll let you in on a little secret, it’s really none of that. In fact, if you look at the biggest and best websites in the world like www.facebook.com, or www.gmail.com, or even www.netflix.com… is there something that you’ve noticed? Perhaps it’s that those websites are really trying to do one thing… which is to turn visitors into users. We also aim to maximize your ability to get leads and users and not just an outlet for people to go somewhere for 30 seconds, and “bounce out.” This is called, “maximizing lifetime value” of a visitor or user.