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clutch award 2017

WDG Ranked in Top 3 Web Development Agencies in DC & Baltimore!

Ab Emam December 7, 2017

WDG is proud to announce we have been ranked as one of the top three web development agencies in Washington, DC and Baltimore by Clutch. See why here.

Dan Caporale Hire Our Heroes

Scaling for Success: Nonprofit Hire Our Heroes Helps with Veteran Employment

Brittany Estes November 8, 2017

Washington DC-based nonprofit Hire Our Heroes is growing. Learn how we are scaling their WordPress website to help veterans find successful employment.

From Playboy to Partner: WDG Hosts AIGA DC Design Week

Brittany Estes November 3, 2017

Learn how to build longterm client relationships that last with WDG's best AIGA DC Design Week tips, relationship strategies, web design ideas, and more.

Kristin Culverwell AAPA

Top Tips for a Successful Website Redesign Process

Brittany Estes October 16, 2017

We break down top insider tips and tricks for a successful website redesign with clear stakeholder goals, process insights, project timelines, and more. Kristin Culverwell, Director of Publishing and Digital Operations at AAPA, gives us some great insights to make the process as smooth and successful as possible.

post launch support

Why Post Launch Website Support is Important

Homiera Fields August 29, 2017

It's important to maintain your website after launch with trouble shooting, upgrades, bug fixes, analytics, SEO optimization, and more. Find out how to use your digital agency to support your website post launch with full retainer services and cost-effective solutions.

wordpress drupal cms marketing

How to Choose an Open Source Content Management System

Ab Emam August 3, 2017

Whether Drupal, WordPress, or another choice, choosing the right content management system (CMS) can be easy with top tips from an expert digital marketing agency.

Wireframe design

The Importance of Drafting Wireframes

Brittany Estes July 17, 2017

Wireframes, simply put, are vital steps in the user interface design processes. They help design and strategy teams visualize and anticipate content while organizing overall site structure. They are also a great way to begin developing meaningful interface solutions.

Stakeholder buy-in to process

The Importance of Stakeholder Buy-In

Brittany Estes July 7, 2017

High level stakeholders provide valuable strategic objectives for overall project direction. When working on a marketing or technology initiative, engaging higher-up members of the organization can be more valuable than simply meeting the aims of the engagement. In order to guarantee success on all levels, garner stakeholder involvement and participation as early as possible to […]

Redesigning for associations and nonprofits

Why Associations and Nonprofits are Redesigning Their Websites

Lisette Alvarez June 28, 2017

Our digital strategy team has noticed a new pattern of challenges and needs from associations and nonprofits seeking website redesigns. Organizations are going through a transition period where their members or readers are demanding more value, especially if users are part of a paid membership. Most organizations have gone through a redesign 3-4 years ago. […]

To scroll or not to scroll

The Pros and Cons of Infinite Scroll

Brittany Estes June 27, 2017

Infinite scroll is a highly popular–if not divisive–design choice. Choosing whether or not to utilize infinite scroll can impact user experience, lead generation, and much more. Infinite scrolling is a technique which prevents the browser scroll bar from reaching the bottom of the page. Instead, the content is extended as the user scrolls further down […]

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