The purpose of your website is more than likely to attract new clients or customers to your business, organization, project, or product. First impressions are important, especially when you consider that the average web user is willing to initially invest a mere 2-3 seconds of their time when assessing what it is you do and whether or not they should be interested. Nothing spoils a first impression like broken links, pages that load slowly, or a whole site that won’t load at all.
Website maintenance is often seen as an ancillary and unneeded expense—until it isn’t. Remember first impressions? Websites are finely tuned pieces of technology, and as such, require a bit of regular maintenance to keep them running properly. A website maintenance plan can help.
We’ve been working on the web for a long time. During that period we’ve picked up more than our share of development languages. We spend a lot of time each month keeping ourselves up to speed on the latest developments in the field of web design.
There’s a lot of different technologies and platforms a modern website can be built on. Thankfully, we’re well versed in many of them. Take a look at our list below and feel free to send questions if you don’t see what you’re looking for.
While we work regularly with a variety of different content management platforms, we have a certain affinity for the WordPress framework. With nearly a decade of WordPress development experience, we understand the ins and outs of this full featured CMS.
The WordPress development team regularly releases updates to enhance and protect the content management system. These are designed to keep your site at the forefront of CMS functionality and one step ahead of those who might be looking to exploit or damage it.
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* All fixes, changes, or edits are billed at the Shop studio rate.
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