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Why WordPress


04.26.21
WordPress is The Ivy Group’s content management system (CMS) of choice. We've used it to build sites for associations, libraries, colleges and universities, law firms, manufacturers, housing authorities, tourist destinations, and the list goes on. So, why should you pick WordPress for your site?
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Prefab vs. Custom Solutions for Social Media Feeds


05.22.18
If your site has social media icons linking to the social platforms, you may be just fine as-is. However, if there is content on your social media platforms that would complement the site’s content, consider adding a new display section to your website.

What Does a Website Cost?


06.28.16
Website development costs are a matter of hours, determined by the complexity of the site's design and functionality. The website price depends on how long it will take our highly skilled designers and programmers to deliver a quality product that meets your (and your customers’) needs.

What Should You Require From Your Library’s Website?


03.31.14
Start with responsive web design, quality content, intuitive navigation, and a user-friendly content management system.
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Why We Moved from Mimik IMS to WordPress CMS


03.05.14
WordPress can be used to manage many types of websites, from small business ecommerce sites to blogs to large news media organizations. There is no one “cookie cutter” look for a WordPress website. For all these reasons and more, we love WordPress, and you will, too.

Employment in the Digital Revolution


11.04.11
Data management systems automate and simplify repetitive administrative tasks, freeing up personnel to focus on business development and client relations. Previous “revolutions” had the unfortunate side-effects of making the jobs of tens of thousands of unskilled laborers obsolete and decreasing the number of workers required to complete a given task. Happily, we have not seen a similar trend today in the deployment of data management systems.

User interfaces: Classic or clunky?


10.05.11
Our challenge as web developers and designers is to give the user intuitive control over all aspects of the system that they require and no more. The user needs to “feel” in control but also be secure that they won’t mess anything up through ignorance or carelessness.