WordPress is the most popular content management system (CMS) on the market. As of March 2019, WordPress powers a third of the top 10 million sites on the internet. WordPress is popular for these reasons: It’s open source (or ‘free’) There’s a huge community of users behind it It’s easy to get started on the …
If your website was built using WordPress, it’s likely to have been developed:
- From scratch as a bespoke website
- Using a customisable theme
Usually, the decision to use a bespoke design or customised theme boils down to budget and timeframe. Let’s explore the pros and cons of each.
When you’re building a website, how do you decide what features to include? Here are some things you should strike off your website wish list.
If you’re a freelance web designer, you’ve probably received a vague email enquiry asking for a quote.
The email is usually short on detail, high on expectation and ends with the most beloved of questions: how much does a website cost?
It’s a common frustration for freelance web designers. But it doesn’t have to be. Let me explain.
If you don’t sell a product on your website, is it just a vanity project?
A website is an investment. It takes time, effort, thought and money to make a website authentically reflect your business.
But if you’re a small business or freelancer and you don’t sell physical products or rely on your website to generate leads, why do you need one?