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WordPress is our go-to content management system (CMS) for most projects that require easy to use tools for daily site maintenance.
From small businesses with modest needs to some of the world’s biggest brands, WordPress has become the dominant platform for maintaining a sophisticated online presence. Two reasons why: (1) It’s easy to use. (2) Its vast plugin technology enables small and large sites alike to affordably add new features and quickly manage content. And with one of the largest developer communities constantly producing new and better technology, you’re guaranteed the benefits of an innovation network effect.
Benefits of using Wordpress
WordPress evolved into the most scalable mainstream CMS in the world for good reason. Ease of use has been it’s salient characteristic since it’s inception. As WordPress evolved technologically, it remained true to it’s usability principles, delivering an interface that that is uncluttered and intuitive while capable of managing highly complex tasks.
“There’s a plugin for that”
WordPress is an open source, modular technology platform supported by an enormous network of developers.
At the heart of WordPress is its’ vast plugin technology. A plugin is a type of software that integrates seamlessly to add a specific functionality to any WordPress website. Whether you’re looking to manage multiple social media accounts, keep your site primed for SEO, or accepts payments from Stripe, “there’s a plugin for that”.
WordPress is entirely customizable to accommodate any design requirements we throw at it. As professional designers, we can help you build a custom experience that your audience will only associate with your brand. Plugins are also highly customizable by design. This enables us to integrate plugins from multiple sources while consistently matching your site aesthetic for an entirely custom finish.
Because of WordPress’ robust feature set and vast plugin technology, many top brands such as Time Magazine, Google, Facebook, Sony, Disney, LinkedIn, The New York Times, CNN, eBay, and others use WordPress to power their websites.