Some of us have been on the internet long enough to remember what a hassle fonts once were on the web. As a designer, you could easily call for any font at all (maybe throw up Curlz MT, if you’re a teenage girl clacking away at your html files in the night) but you couldn’t be sure that your visitors would have that font installed. To solve that problem, you could include the font file in your website, so browsers would download and use it as visitors arrived at the site.
We love WordPress, and many of our sites are built using it. Truth be told, there were days in the 90s and early 2000s when we would have laughed at the idea of using a framework, digging our heels in and handcoding everything in a text editor ourselves, but times have changed, and we’ve changed with them. Here’s how WordPress won us over:
Sometimes a problem comes up that doesn’t have a simple out-of-the-box solution, requiring custom development work. We’re no fans of reinventing the wheel, but we’re also not afraid of rolling our sleeves up and doing some heavy lifting in code. Here are just some of the ways that we work with clients to develop custom solutions.