As a business, non-profit, educational, or government organization seeking design or enterprise web development services, it can be difficult to identify a creative agency capable of making your vision a reality. In the ever-evolving and competitive field of web design and development, it sometimes might seem like there are countless options available to you. How, then,… Read more »
Without question, 2016 is off to a stellar start. Not only does Materiell have a full roster of challenging web design and development projects to look forward to throughout the year, we were also recently notified about an award for outstanding online achievement in working with a non-profit organization on its website redesign and launch…. Read more »
Information is only impactful if it can be easily accessed and read by an organization’s target audience. Often, this involves determining how to categorize various types of content, as well as organizing it in a way that is both visually appealing and easy for end users to navigate. This was the challenge Materiell accepted while working with… Read more »
Recent visitors to our website have most likely noted some key differences, not the least of which is our updated design. No less significant is our new name: Materiell. After more than half a decade developing and designing responsive WordPress websites for colleges, commercial, local government, and non-profit clients in the Washington, D.C. metro area and throughout… Read more »
WordPress has come a long way since it was launched a little over a decade ago. In fact, it is estimated that over 22% of sites on the web today are powered by this popular content management system. While it has always boasted the ability to run projects as varied as self-hosted personal websites all… Read more »
What is Branding? Branding is a concept that seems easier to define in theory than it generally turns out to be to in reality. Most people are probably able to point out a myriad of examples of what they think a successful brand is without much difficulty. The Nike swoosh, the Google search engine’s colorful logo… Read more »
It is often said that an image is worth a thousand words, and that in the near future, the web will kill print media. And while these statements may have some overall truth to them, the design and content of the recently redesigned website for the Arlington, Virginia based American Press Institute, API, shows us… Read more »
The release of WordPress version 3.9 today brings even greater ease to content updates using the WP dashboard. Organizations want their staffers to be able to manage the content of their websites in a way that is quick, easy, and fail safe. If this can be done without coding skills, even better. One of the… Read more »
Last month we talked about Responsive Design and why it’s needed for today’s web design. Now we’re going to dig a little deeper and talk about Mobile First Responsive Web Design.
WordPress’s open source software and easy-to-use content management system are the reasons why CMS chooses to work exclusively with WordPress. Why isn’t your site powered by WordPress and CMS AG?