WordPress Development

Powerful, easy to manage websites with WordPress


Bespoke WordPress Websites

We’ve used WordPress as our content management system (CMS) since 2012, building everything from basic brochure websites to large, online travel agency websites and everything in between.

As well as being a hugely powerful and flexible platform, WordPress’ easy-to-navigate dashboard and back-end ensures complete novices as well as experienced marketing professionals are able to update and maintain their website and content.

What is WordPress?

WordPress is an open-source website creation tool that has its origins in the blogging space.

Over the years, our experienced team have developed a robust framework which has saved our clients ten of thousands of pounds in bespoke build costs – and we’ve got a proven record in custom development to get the most out of the system, too.

Chris McWhinnie, Project Manager working on WordPress website design at Web Design, Branding and Digital Agency, Creatomatic.

Why we use WordPress

Log in to the WordPress dashboard and you can easily add, edit and remove pages, news, and custom content.

Better still, the WordPress Media Library instantly resizes and optimises images and media – so you can upload an image and reuse it anywhere on your website with ease. No need for Photoshop simply to add an image to your web pages.

A broad library of updates and extras can help you get the best out of your site.

We maintain our own development framework and a growing library of secure and efficient plugins to make your website the very best it can be.

Adding custom sections onto a WordPress website is quick and easy for our developers.

We’ve used it to build estate agent sites, online booking systems, multi-language translation sites, custom service directories, libraries and many many more.

It’s easy to get found thanks to an array of built-in SEO tools and resources.

We use the superb Yoast SEO system to optimise our content, and work with our clients to help plan out a logical content structure and update policy so that your site will be as easy to find as it is to update.

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