Cylch Meithrin Yr Eglwys Newydd is an an inclusive Cylch in Cardiff that welcomes all children.
We designed a new bilingual, responsive website to promote the Cylch and inform parents and carers about the nursery and facilities available to them.
View more site details here: Cylch Meithrin Yr Eglwys Newydd
Lucas Jack is a high-end fashion jewelery brand that offers sleek, sophisticated and fashion forward designs.
We designed a full screen, multi-language, responsive website to showcase their minimal and sophisticated jewelery.
View more site details here: Lucas Jack
Teamviewer is one of the best and simplest ways to train someone to use WordPress or to provide support remotely. The client is just required to download the software allowing you to share their screen and easily run through the features of their new site. When used with Skype or Facetime it provides excellent virtual one-to-one training.
There’s a lot of useful and useless information on the web about coding HTML emails so when we find something that works across the board in Outlook, Outlook Mail, Gmail, Yahoo … it seems worth mentioning.
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Why do we recommend the WordPress CMS platform for new client sites? Well, the reasons are numerous – it’s open source, great for SEO right out of the box and has a quick learning curve to use. But perhaps the main reason would be that WordPress is a pretty scalable platform and a great starting point for any site build – it can power a blog or a corporate site, be extended with plugins into an online shop or a membership directory. It saves us the cost of developing a custom site from scratch which can be passed on to you the client. And as WordPress releases frequent upgrades it keeps the CMS up-to-date managing any bugs and security issues along the way making it economical to maintain. Contact us for more information about WordPress Design Cardiff.
Which companies use WordPress?
Some pretty big names – BBC Amercia, Facebook, The Rolling Stones, Mercedes-Benz.
WordPress is still the most popular CMS
Usage statistics on different Content Management Systems (CMS) show WordPress is by far the market leader. W3Techs lists WordPress being used by 27.4% of all the websites, that is a content management system market share of 58.6%.
WordPress Design and WordPress Themes
If you would like to find out more about our WordPress Design services and our custom WordPress themes click here: WordPress Design and Themes.
CitySpace offers a range of storage facilities in the heart of central London with storage solutions tailored to meet individual needs.
The City site runs on the WordPress platform and uses the responsive Bootstrap framework. We developed a quote tool and linked it to a custom CRM that manages sales enquiries and enables the City sales team to follow up leads and increase conversions.
View more site details here: CitySpace
Nice article on Campaign Monitor examining subject lines for retail newsletters. Worth noting that research shows 28% of subscribers sign up for a company’s email list to stay informed, and another 27% subscribe to save money.
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Ragnotella is a boutique consultancy delivering marketing advantage to clients through Marketing Consultancy, Media Sales, Sponsorship and Web Design & Development.
The project allows Ragnotella to showcase their ingenious sponsorship strategies and expertise in Marketing Consultancy. The site also features a secure client area with Stripe payment facility.
View more site details here: Ragnotella
The Dell Management Challenge is a unique 4 dimensional competitive event aimed at optimising management team performance and delivering positive charitable outcomes.
WordPress was the obvious choice to power the site and the responsive Bootstrap framework made sure it worked well on mobile and tablet.
View more site details here: Management Challenge
A handy A-Z of typographic terms all in one place.
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