If you’re tired of calling a developer to have a few lines of text changed on your website, then stop doing it. Virtually all of our web projects go live with a standard WordPress installation. WordPress allows you the ability to author a blog, change text based content, insert multimedia, and schedule content to be posted at a later date. It’s a powerful tool and one that, I’m ashamed to say, we’re in love with. We’re so in love with it, in fact, that we’ve authored this Haiku just for it:
Code becomes needless
WordPress is simple to use
Grandma can do it
There’s no nook or cranny that WordPress has that we haven’t discovered. We can simply give you a standard install or customize the entire WordPress experience. For example, we’ve made custom WordPress modules to facilitate an interactive menu for one of our restaurant clients. We also have a pretty popular WordPress plugin called O3 Social Share that adds social buttons for Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google+ to a WordPress user’s website. It’s wildly popular having almost 10,000 downloads in just a few months of availability. The website you’re looking at is completely built upon the WordPress infrastructure. There’s nothing that WordPress can’t do and there’s nothing that we can’t do with WordPress.