Start to Finish Website Design

Custom websites for your specific needs!

Need to create an online presence? A website makeover to reflect your message clearly or added functionality?

Have a WordPress website that needs updating to keep it functioning properly?

Need add-on functionality such as eCommerce, image portfolio or membership site?

You are in the right place! Keep reading below to learn more.

Basic Website Design & Development

Great Option for New Bloggers
Cost Effective for New Business
Simple and Effective, Low Cost Web Presence
Mobile Friendly for the 21st Century
Basic Website Package

Deluxe Custom Website Design & Development

Basic Website Package PLUS
Deluxe Custom Package
Stand Out with a Custom Website

Add On Functionality

E-commerce, membership site, private group space, etc.

Add-On Functionality Package
Website Integration

Website Design Portfolio

Interesting Facts About WordPress

WordPress currently powers nearly 27% of all websites, according to W3Techs web technologies surveys.

The most popular content management software is WordPress, with a 76.4% market share, according to Wappalyzer.

All WordPress releases are named after Jazz artists. For example, WordPress 1.0 was named after Miles Davis and WordPress 4.6 was named after Pepper Adams.

WordPress is translated into more than 68 languages (combining complete and partial translations). Along with this, there are many popular WordPress plugins and themes available in many languages, too.

Thousands of large and small government websites in all parts of the world contribute to WordPress’s market share domination. Dozens of U.S. Federal and State and County government websites are powered by WordPress as well as small towns, colleges and universities and high schools.

As of 2014, there are more non-English downloads of WordPress than English.

WordPress is released under GNU GPL license – open source, for the non techie. This allows anyone in the world to download and use it. The source code is freely available for anyone to study, use, modify, and build upon.

WordPress is used by thousands of universities, colleges, and schools all over the world. The open source license allow students and academia to study, modify, learn, and contribute to the development of WordPress core, plugins, and themes.

WordPress is older than both Facebook and Twitter. The first version of WordPress was released on May 27, 2003. (FYI: Facebook 2004 and Twitter 2006).

WordPress co-founder Matt Mullenweg created the WordPress Foundation, a non-profit organization which owns the ‘WordPress’ trademark, and protects freedoms offered by the software’s open source license.

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