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Natalie Brown & Tracy Pacana - August 13, 2018

The National Interest and Contegix: The Value of Partnerships

The National Interest WDG works closely with clients and partners in order to provide thorough and attentive  performance. WDG constructed a site redesign and migration onto a Drupal site for The National…

To scroll or not to scroll
Brittany Estes - June 27, 2017

The Pros and Cons of Infinite Scroll

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…

Global Coalition to End Cervical Cancer: Every Woman deserves 1 intervention
Lisette Alvarez - May 8, 2017

Global Coalition to End Cervical Cancer

WDG is honored to be a part of GC3’s efforts to end cervical cancer by sharing our digital strategy, visual design, Wordpress expertise, and content creation services.

Brittany Estes - April 21, 2017

WDG Named a Top Washington, D.C. Web Design Company

WDG Was Awarded Recognition As a Top Washington, D.C. Area Web Design Company WDG® is proud to announce the research firm Clutch has named WDG as a top Washington, D.C. area web…

Kurtis Shaner - December 5, 2016

Drupal for Nonprofits and Educators

The development team at WDG loves nothing more than to mold the power of Drupal into a custom digital solution that betters our clients' reach online. See why Drupal is quickly becoming…

Kurtis Shaner - September 5, 2016

Web Development for Nonprofits: A Spotlight

Web design integrated with WordPress for nonprofits At The Web Development Group, we build websites for all types of brands and businesses. Sometimes we work with large organizations, like universities, and sometimes…

Homiera Fields - August 4, 2016

What Makes Data Migration so Complicated

Data migration is the process of transferring your data and content from your old site, to your new one. Data migration is a part of most every project. Unfortunately, there is no…