WordPress has become one of the most popular content management systems on the web. bv02 thinks it’s pretty great too.
WordPress is the most widely used web publishing software for good reason. It has a great user interface, is intuitive and highly customizable, and can handle multiple authors with ease. You can create simple blogs or more complex sites without losing this ease-of-use, and it’s SEO friendly.
As one of the first open source CMS’s, it has literally hundreds of thousands of plug-ins available for bv02’s development team to build your next website to your particular requirements. And because it is open source, that means it’s also lighter on your budget — there are no licensing fees… ever.
Does WordPress’s simplicity and flexibility sound like the right match for your web initiative? Let’s talk.
Let’s review some of the features that are part of the standard WordPress install. With its many plug-ins, the possibilities are almost endless.
- Simple web publishing
- Drag and drop media uploader
- Create drafts & schedule publication
- Change privacy settings easily
- Password protection
- Custom post types
- Built-in comments
- SEO-friendly plugins
- Multiple author types
- User management
- WordPress API
- Create custom plug-ins
- Theme Repository Framework
- W3C browser compatibility
- Design flexibility
- Plug-ins include complex galleries, social networking, forums, social media widgets, spam protection, calendars, advanced search engine optimization, and forms.
We like WordPress for its user-friendly interface and many customizations — if you’re thinking of making your site into a community hub, this may be the CMS for you.
Our WordPress Projects
The proof is the pudding — take a look at some of our WordPress sites to see what we’ve done with this platform.
Project: Urban Equation
Urban Equation (formerly BuildGreen) had a new brand and a new name. Now they needed a new website to properly project this new identity.Read More about Urban Equation
Project: Show You Care
CARE Canada wanted to create a website to welcome Syrian refugees to Canada. bv02 worked closely with CARE representatives to develop Show You Care, a website that presented personal videos of welcome from Canadians.Read More about Show You Care
Project: Canada C3
To celebrate Canada 150, Students on Ice embarked on a new journey to connect Canadians from coast to coast to coast. bv02 worked with Students on Ice, building a new website to complement this endeavour.Read More about Canada C3
Project: United Way Centraide Canada National Website Redesign
United Way Centraide Canada's old website wasn't responsive. The message was clear, and it was properly engaging it's audiences. bv02 came aboard to design and build a clean, modern website, that would engage the public and tell the United Way story.Read More about United Way Centraide Canada National Website Redesign
Project: Digital Marketing: Canadian Electricity Association/National Electricity Month
bv02 worked with the Canadian Electricity Association (CEA) to develop and execute a digital campaign to create awareness of and increase engagement with their National Electricity Month.Read More about Digital Marketing: Canadian Electricity Association/National Electricity Month