Wordpress is one of the web's most popular tools: put it to use for your team and your content.
Why use Wordpress?
The Wordpress content management system puts you in total control of your website. Whether it's text content, image galleries, videos, or documents, Wordpress allows you to add, update, and manipulate your site without learning to code. Wordpress's popularity is due in part to its ease of use, so whether you have a single web manager or a dedicated marketing department, keeping your website relevant and fresh is as easy as point-and-click.
The advantages of Wordpress include:
- Extremely flexible content management; create customized pages using a point-and-click interface;
- Customizable content permissions: apply permissions to specific sections of a website for specific people to manage;
- Well-supported by a community of thousands of developers.
Who uses Wordpress?
Worpdress is the most popular open source content management platform; it is used by millions of websites. Here are a handful of notable Wordpress users:
- The New York Times;
- Mercedes Benz;
Our Wordpress Experience
Our Philadelphia-based team of Wordpress developers have built dozens of websites for clients in corporate, higher education, and cultural spaces. We design custom Wordpress themes and use Advanced Custom Fields, Wordpress's powerful and flexible content management engine, to give our clients an extremely flexible content management experience.
Why choose Wordpress over Drupal?
Our team is very comfortable working in both Wordpress and Drupal. We find both to be compelling tools, but here are some reasons we might recommend Wordpress:
- Wordpress has more total users, so you will more easily find people who already have experience managing Wordpress sites;
- Your team already has experience in Wordpress;
- Drupal is an enterprise-class content management solution and software platform. However, your website might not have a need for the more advanced functionality that it provides; Wordpress might provide all of the features you'll use.