There are a number of website developers out there ranging from large companies to freelance developers and you may be wondering why you should choose WebDevStudios.
WDS Gives Back to the Community:
- WordCamps Organized
- Meetups Organized
- Presentations Given
Who We Are
WebDevStudios was founded in 2001 by two Marine Corps programmers, Brad Williams and Brian Messenlehner. WebDevStudios has a long rich history developing dynamic easy to operate websites for businesses of any size.
We pride ourselves in being WordPress experts. We work hard to assure our entire staff is up-to-date on all the current functionality of WordPress and can provide our clients with solutions to all their website needs. We code using the appropriate WordPress methods/security so there are no hacks that you would need to worry about come upgrade time or security vulnerabilities that could make your website unsafe.
WebDevStudios currently has a staff of 12 developers and designers who live and breathe WordPress. We are not a one man operation. We have the resources to support any client from a single blogger to a WordPress Multisite network with thousands of sites. Due to our expertise in the field it takes us much less time to do code edits/tweaks than the average developer who generally isn’t as experienced with WordPress software.
What We Do
Our staff has also contributed greatly to the WordPress community. We have contributed to the WordPress and BuddyPress core code, developed numerous plugins, the members of our team have given presentations at a number WordCamp conferences and owner, Brad Williams, is co-author on multiple books for Wiley Publishers in the Professional WordPress series.
Why We’re Awesome
Working with WebDevStudios, you can feel confident that your project will be completed quickly and correctly. Our past and current clients have provided us with numerous testimonials to support our claims. If you are interested in working with us, or would like to receive a quote for your project click here to visit our contact page.