With our years of website production and design experience, we are able to deliver the ideal web design and development solutions to you.Tell Us About Your Goals
Our in-house, award-winning web and graphic designers recognize the fact that usability, functionality, and visualization are the three important factors of a website's design. Our design process starts with learning about your company or organization. We learn about who you are and what your goals are to create a unique website experience for your target audience. We work with you to ensure that your digital marketing goals are realized with the designs we create.
Frontend Website Development
HTML and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) are the foundation of all our web design projects. It’s of utmost importance that every site we develop be well organized, using the latest HTML and CSS standards. All websites are built using responsive design techniques to make for a great mobile, tablet, and desktop experience. The W3C standards we use ensure a good user experience, as well as lay the groundwork for optimal search engine exposure.
Content Management System (CMS) Integration
Keeping your website content up-to-date is critical for success in any digital marketing effort. The ability to update your website's content gives your team the power to keep marketing and messaging campaigns up to date. Wood Street is an open source development shop, specializing in WordPress development, Drupal development, and custom CMS solutions.
Interface Design - UX/UI
User Experience (UX) and User Interface (UI) design are key to the success of every application, whether it is a website, mobile app, or desktop application. Our interface designs improve landing page conversion, social media campaign success, and application/intranet user experience.
Wood Street has worked with Vintage Security on projects ranging from their front-facing WordPress website to their custom quote builder and project scheduling tool. We started working with Vintage Security years ago on their first custom WordPress website. After some time, Vintage approached Wood Street with a unique need.View Case Study
A few years ago we decided to change our logo, collateral, web site, etc. We worked with the Wood Street team to develop an updated look and feel to all of our marketing materials, business cards, trade show banners and... Read MoreBrett Hess, President
Business Management Company, Inc., Frederick, MD
The microsite we developed with Wood Street helped us achieve a huge goal – generating more leads. In the first 8 weeks since the site launched we’ve already doubled the number of inquiries received through the web. We’re grateful for... Read MoreLauren M. Hagan, MBA
Mount St. Mary’s University
I can not thank Wood Street enough. From the beginning of our project to the end, this group was the most professional, patient and creative group we worked with! I would not recommend anyone else if you need a start... Read MoreJohn Homan, COO
Seneca Hill Animal Hospital, Resort & Spa, Great Falls, VA
The Wood Street team has been an invaluable part of the growth of our organization. The team has always been responsive and communicates clearly to ensure that our needs and schedule are met. The website they created is absolutely essential... Read MorePatrick Son, Managing Director
National Operations Center of Excellence, Washington, DC
To say that I’m picky when it comes to working with technology companies would be a serious understatement. I make a living picking apart technology companies’ ability to deliver what the customer wants, when they want it at a price... Read MoreHillel Glazer, Principal & CEO
Entinex, Inc., Baltimore, MD
Before you jump right into a website redesign, there are a few things you’ll want to do. I know you’re excited but some preparation will seriously cut back on gray hairs. If you gather what you need according to the list below, you’ll be much... Read More
We’ve been designing and developing websites for 16+ years. So, naturally, we use a good bit of jargon. Sometimes it’s shorthand but the majority of the time we use these terms because they are the best way to describe a thing we do, need, etc.... Read More