In our effort to offer our clients the best results and best solutions, we work with several web technologies including the super popular WordPress blogging platform. Wordpress can be used for a variety of different website types from e-commerce solutions to fully customized intranet sites and everything in between.
The beauty of WordPress is that the sites that are built with it don’t have to look like blogs. In fact, unless our client desires it, the sites we build using WordPress don’t look like blogs at all. The flexibility of the WordPress platform mixed with our design abilities and our keen understanding of how to customize it, makes a powerful force for you online.
Some of the benefits of a custom WordPress website are as follows:
With all that being said, you know you want one. But wait, it gets better. Imagine a site where everything you need to run it exists in the admin area of the website and IT LOOKS AWESOME! This can be your reality. Click the contact us button below and get in touch right now.
At Big Cloud Media, web design and development go hand in hand. We believe that a great looking website should first and foremost function correctly, otherwise, what’s the point?
How do we achieve this? We ask.
You see, for a business, your website is much more than just a billboard. It is often the first interaction your potential customers have with your company and their first chance to experience what working with your company will be like. This same interaction occurs with non-profits or any other organization / individual with an online presence. Think of it this way: Your website is your 24/7 salesman and customer service rep, available at all times and providing what your visitors need any time.
The point of all of this is that we do web design and development but we do it in a way that benefits you as our client first and foremost. It is our job to develop solutions and help you achieve your online goals through a great looking and even more important, a great functioning website.
Interested in web design company that cares about it’s clients? Click the contact us button and let’s get started.
Web apps have a unique advantage over traditional websites since they can offer a consistent experience across devices (mobile, tablet, laptop, desktop) for users.
Web apps also have a unique advantage over operating system specific apps (i.e. Android, iOS, etc.) because they don’t have to be installed on the device. Your customers would only need a web browser on their device to access the web application.
All of that being said, a web application could be your strategic advantage over your competition and we can make it happen for you. We have the knowledge and skill to design and develop a custom web app that takes your visitor / customer’s online experience to the next level. If you already have a web app, we can help you determine the best ways to improve it even more so you can offer the most through it and get the most out of it.
If you are interested in a web application for your business, product, etc. contact us today and let’s get this going together.
Founded in 2008, we are a Grand Prairie, TX based, online marketing company that’s dedicated to delivering the highest quality work and service to our clients. To put it simply, we are web-ninjas with killer web-fu skills and a creative streak a mile wide. We find our zen buried in code and our satisfaction in knowing we exceeded our clients expectations.
We serve with excellence and we love a challenge.
To ensure our clients are provided the best, we offer a full range of online services including Custom Website Design and Development, Custom web application design and development, Website Maintenance, custom WordPress design and development and hosting, just to name a few. Through this mix of services we are able to meet the needs of our clients, all in one place. Our web-kungfu is strong and our arsenal vast. Let us show you the power. Contact us right now to learn more about how we can make your next web project awesome or visit our Portfolio to see some of the projects we have done previous.
January 20, 2013
Keywords mean nothing unless you back them up with content. Improve your SEO by creating quality, relevant content for the search engines and your visitors
January 17, 2013
Ask yourself these 5 questions to help you discover how to distinguish yourself online. Then, act on the answers and make it happen.
January 14, 2013
Useful when changing domains or link structure, the 301 redirect is a status code that, when applied to a web page, automatically “redirects” the visitor to a different designated page. This also indicates to the search engines, etc. that the page has moved permanently and that they need to update their records with the new address. Read on for the benefits…
November 9, 2012
We are starting a weekly infographic series to highlight some of the infographic awesomeness we come across in our online meanderings. In case you are not familiar with what an infographic is, an infographic is the graphic representation of a large amount of data or different types of data. Think of it like this: You have a 30 min. report that you have to present to your board of directors and they only have 5 min. for you to get the point across. Instead of laying out all of the details of the entire report, you pick out the most [...]
October 29, 2012
For smartphone optimized websites, “responsive” web design is Google’s recommended configuration. Read more to find out why Google takes this position and what you can do about it.
October 10, 2012
What is #WPQA? Over the last couple of months we noticed that a lot of people on Twitter were asking variations of the same questions about WordPress but had no way of comparing or collaborating on the answers. After helping several of these people with everything from the CSS of a theme, to recommended WordPress hosting, to the difference between self-hosted WordPress and WordPress.com, we decided to dig deeper and explore a way to get the questions and their answers into one place and accessible to anyone who needed them. Enter the Twitter hashtag #WPQA. The problem Since we don’t [...]