The web made easy with WordPress

Codacity partners with you and WordPress to make your vision a reality.

We work with Yes Way Logistics and GCNY Marketing on developing a WordPress site that looks beautiful, works great on all devices, and allows both current and potential customers to get in touch with them right away.

Useful and beautiful.

We focus on solving problems for your customers and for your team. That means collaborating on making sure every feature truly solves a meaningful problem and simplifies how users get things done.

We worked with Disney on throughout 2011 and 2012 to migrate content onto one platform and create a simple yet enjoyable experience with content.

Great on any device

With at least half of web users on non-desktop devices, we make sure that whichever device your customers choose to interact with you online, it’s as optimal as possible for everyone.

We work with independent Brooklyn grant writer Greg Wersching on creating a simple lead-generating portfolio site that he could use to show his work to important clients at their desks or on the go.

Search engines love it.

Gone are the days of link stuffing and spam comments.

Using properly constructed themes and a handful of key plugins, we incorporate all the latest search engine optimization best practices that encourage Google, Bing and other search engines to get you on the list. We also help with strategies like partnerships with other sites and content marketing after we know where you stand post-launch.

Full content control

You have enough on your plate. Engaging designers and developers for day-to-day content changes is antiquated and wrong.

We make use of the latest WordPress enhancements, such as Visual Composer, that allows you to manage virtually all content on your site in all of its complex visual glory without needing to know any code.

Hopefully this isn’t too meta, but even though we are a company of designers and developers, Codacity uses Visual Composer for its own site as well as most of our clients’ WordPress-based digital products.

More than just words.

WordPress is a powerful platform for the written word, and it can do so much more.

But Rule #1: Never reinvent the wheel.

Instead, we take full advantage of the rich supply of plugins and other extensions that make WordPress a one-stop shop for virtually any solution that we need.

We work with Jewel Human Services, a Brooklyn-based not-for-profit specializing in various supportive services for children and adults. They needed a site that allowed for event registration to support institutional advancement, a careers platform for managing job openings, and contact forms to make turn around for delivering aid to those in need much faster.

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