Ever wondered how many revisions you should expect web design work to go through before being sent to the client? Having a good, streamlined, reliable process is key to moving things forward without getting stuck on endless revisions.
(Note: in this article, “WordPress” refers to WordPress.org, not the hosting services of WordPress.com)
Using WordPress to create beautiful websites that help you convert leads? We are.
When you put those finishing touches on a website build, it’s tempting to just get it launched and admire your technical handiwork and attractive web design. But hold off. There’s one thing you have to do first — and, for that matter, afterward too.
Responsive websites rule the web now that so many people browse on their phone. With all the different screen sizes available (as well as accommodating traditional monitor laptop layouts), today’s website needs to look good no matter what its displaying on.
When you’re looking at CMS systems, it’s worth your time to consider all the options. After all, there’s a lot that can trip you up in your day-to-day usage — and if you pick the wrong one, you might find yourself stuck with it for some time.