For over a hundred years, going back to Henry Ford when he famously said, “Any customer can have a car painted any color that he wants so long as it is black.”, we have been “trained” to accept a mass-market economy. However, the rebellion has begun! And businesses that ignore it, do so at their
Performance Consulting Associates
Performance Consulting Associates (PCA) is one of the leading North American providers of Maintenance Management and Asset Management solutions.
PCA had a non-responsive, 5-year-old static HTML website in need of an update to better reflect their industry leadership by providing an improved, mobile-friendly customer experience.
While working as the Web Developer on this Project for Michael Mackenzie Communications, I brought the website up-to-date by building a fast-loading, dynamic, mobile-responsive WordPress website. The website is now much easier to maintain and is ready for the continued expansion of PCA’s services. The website’s extended megamenu structure is a plus as it allows for a quick visual “and” descriptive display of PCA’s expanded service offerings.
I continue to provide ongoing WordPress maintenance.
- Responsive Design
- Advanced Mega Menu
- Website Redesign
- WordPress Development
- Website Maintenance
Our Founder, Kerry Wolfe, earlier this year was invited to speak at WordCamp Atlanta 2019 about the power of website personalization. For those of you who are unfamiliar, WordCamp is an event for web professionals, including WordPress web designers and developers, marketers and freelancers at all levels of expertise that facilitates the sharing of new
Sometimes it can seem like Web Developers and Designers are speaking a foreign language when they are talking to you about your website. We can lose sight of the fact that this may be totally new to you. In other words, you may not be fluent in Geek-Speak. 🙂 So we thought it would be
I’ll let you in on a little secret… There really is no secret. Scientists have known for years. You may ask, “How exactly does creativity happen?” That’s the wrong question. The right question is “Where does creativity happen?” And the answer is… Creativity happens at the boundaries between order and chaos. Another way to think