Pixel Perfect Web Development: 5 Essential Steps

Pixel perfect web development means “coding a website to match the web designs pixel by pixel”. In reality, this is achievable only for a fixed set of screen resolutions, so the general meaning of the term is “web development that follows the web designer’s intent perfectly”. “Pixel perfect” has been widely criticized as a concept Read More »

The Difference Between Custom WordPress Themes and WordPress Theme Customization

The terms “custom WordPress theme” and “WordPress theme customization” are semantically similar. But to us who work with custom WordPress development on a daily basis, they are very different. We’ve noticed that even some established web agencies and WordPress development companies cannot separate the two, so let’s get the terms straight. A clear taxonomy is Read More »

Quick Intro to ADA Compliance for WordPress

Introduction to ADA compliance It takes a lot of thought and effort to develop a professional WordPress site, we know since that’s what we help agencies do. You need to think about the many interacting parts. The copy, the imagery, the functionality, and how to make the overall design pull all of that together and Read More »

ACF Flexible Content or Page Builder

Custom WordPress themes can be built in different ways. Most professional developers prefer to use Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) to allow all the content to be updated from the admin page. But it’s also possible to allow changes to the layout of a page using ACF Flexible Content, page builders like WP Bakery, Elementor, Beaver Read More »

Recommended Screen Resolution for Web Design

Website visitors use a wide range of screens and devices, but designers cannot possibly prepare mockups for every use case. You need to choose what screen resolutions to use for web design files. But what is the best screen resolution for web design? Is there even one? We work with many digital agencies as their Read More »

Should You Use Sketch or Photoshop for Web Design?

Many agencies wonder if Sketch or Photoshop should be their primary web design tool. Photoshop has been the industry standard, but Sketch and other UI/UX tools are challenging the old dinosaur. As a Sketch to WordPress and PSD to WordPress development company, we get to experience the stand-off from a front-row seat. Photoshop is at Read More »

Estimating Time for a Custom WordPress Project

A custom WordPress website takes a lot of time and skill to be developed. Some WordPress projects could take more than 200 hours to complete and more often than not you won’t be able to predict it by going with an educated guess. Failing to estimate time of building a WordPress website accurately, puts the Read More »