Whilst we’re still waiting to be officially crowned with the title of Cambridge’s best WordPress developers, we’re confident that our growing credentials and some great case studies will support our claim.
Our experience developing websites using the WordPress content management system dates back to 2009 and has seen us launch over 70 diverse new or updated websites, including corporate websites, blogs, eCommerce, brochure sites, microsites, online apps and forums.
We love WordPress for one simple reason; our clients seem to find it very simple to use. Whilst we remain CMS independent and frequently work with Drupal, Joomla, Fuel, Kentico and even MS SharePoint CMS’s (to name a few), we often demo a couple of suitable CMS’s for each project, and usually find our clients leaning towards the more intuitive WordPress system.
WordPress for corporate websites
WordPress has gained somewhat of a stigma over recent years as it started its life as a blogging platform, but it really has evolved beyond that and matured to become a reliable, robust and fully featured CMS platform. Out of the box functionality is great, and a comprehensive library of plugins and extensions means that additional functionality is easily achievable, for example ecommerce, forums and bulletin boards.
Re-skinning a WordPress website
One of the main features of WordPress, or indeed any database driven or content managed website, is the separation between the design and content, therefore making it really easy to change how the website looks and functions without having to change the content. We have successfully taken a number of websites, and applied a new design theme to totally transform the appearance and subsequently the effectiveness of the website.