We work closely with designers to see that their vision for a website or app becomes reality, but with that said, there is a lot that designers can do to help with the process, but they needs some help, they need a design guide to WordPress.
We see it all, from great well considered designs by designers who are deeply versed in the nuances of UX design to designs that are missing footers.
We’ve frequently been asked for a design guide to WordPress, so we prepared a short presentation. It’s been presented at a number of WordCamps and to the creative staff at a number of our customers.
Let us know what you think.
Author: James Hipkin
CEO, Managing Director
James brings over 30 years of professional sales, marketing, and marketing consultation services to the table. Serving global brands along with small businesses, Hipkin leads a highly-skilled team of full-time developers, producers, and project managers who are committed to your success.
An excellent communicator and inventive problem-solver, his creative vision and bottom-line sensibility have proven successful at building productive, long-term partnerships with both employees and clients.
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