For almost two years now, WebDevStudios has been participating in the Five for the Future movement. During that time we have contributed thousands of hours to the WordPress community across various projects. Contributing to the WordPress community, and open source in general,...Read More A Change in Five for the Future at WebDevStudios
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If you’re a designer with some online experience, you have probably already created a landing page or two in your time. Obviously, without a proper strategy your lander won’t convert, but for the sake of this tutorial, we’re going to assume you already...Read More 5 Steps to Creating a Better Landing Page
Here at WDS, we’re expanding our usage of the WP API. We have had a number of API posts in the past, and now we want to cover custom API endpoints more thoroughly. When working with custom content in WordPress, it is likely...Read More WP API: Adding Custom Endpoints
Last quarter, we were hired by Skype and tasked with building a smaller site, featuring Skype TX. Skype TX is “studio-grade hardware for the broadcast industry, which features peerless integration with Skype.” In other words, Skype Tx is powerful hardware and software for professionals in live...Read More How We Built Skype in Media on WordPress
We make a lot of plugins at WebDevStudios. Whether adding functionality to client projects, creating open source plugins to give back, or developing premium products, we are always spinning up new plugins. To speed up this process, we created generator-plugin-wp, a Yeoman generator which streamlines all...Read More Making a Plugin the WebDevStudios Way
Some people make health a focus of their New Years Resolutions–not that being healthy shouldn’t be on a persons mind, but I like to use the New Year as a way to clean out the cobwebs of development. To think over the...Read More 10 WebDevStudios Development Resources To Up Your Game!
Whether you’re a theme designer, freelance developer, creative lead, or any growing number of web-related job titles, chances are that you use Photoshop. Some, like myself, probably use it every day. If you’re designing the next big WordPress theme or slicing a...Read More Design and Photoshop for WordPress: Tips & Best Practices
As mentioned in our end of year post, one of our goals for 2015 was to up our content game–and up it we did. Earlier in the year, I talked about how we have been using a collaborative approach to create content...Read More Top 15 WebDevStudios Posts Published in 2015