WordPress CMS Theme – Salent
Salent is super theme to work with WordPress CMS Themes and it’s easy to see why. It offers a selection of layouts within the theme. The drag & drop Visual Composer allows us to take elements from each page and construct a unique look. The Salent Theme comes with different menu styles with multiple options and effects – so you don’t have to be stuck with just the classic top menu bar.
The theme has bank of information so you can easily find the answer you’re looking for without the need for raising a ticket.
We have used this theme for a number of our clients. You can see it in use here with a site we completed for a client of ours Konvergent
WordPress CMS Theme – Uncode
Uncode is a great theme to start with WordPress CMS Themes and it’s easy to see why. It offers a generous selection of layouts within the theme, from creative agencies to photography based blogs – and everything else in-between. The drag & drop Visual Composer is utilised brilliantly and allows us to take elements from each page and construct a unique look for a client, thus we are able to sit down and map out the whole. Another point to note is the Uncode Theme comes with 6 different menu styles each with multiple options and effects – so you don’t have to be stuck with just the classic top menu bar.
The support site has a bank of knowledge, and archiving of all posts means you can easily find the answer you’re looking for without the need for raising a ticket.
We had been waiting to use this theme for the right client. You can see it in use here with a site we completed for an HR client of ours Tassic
Yellow Jelly & Partners offer…
Start-Up £4.9K package – we have updated this package in 2019
If you require a new logo, photography and a website, the design team at Yellow Jelly & Partners offer a start-up digital package. We can create one-page responsive ‘Parallax WordPress Themed Website’ with free hosting for 1 year from only £1900 (+VAT) please contact us for further details.
The process Yellow Jelly & Partners carry out to build a website is a simple and straightforward one.
After the initial kick-off meeting, the dev team plan the site structure and discuss the content. This stage brings together all the digital assets for the site including text, images, video, links, SEO, sitemaps, wire-framing and visitor journeys. The design team then explore potential themes that may answer the brief. This helps reduce the time and cost of the final build.
Layouts are designed for key pages, which include responsive options. Sometimes as flat visuals before final approval.
Site build works in two phases. First the build team set-up the dev site on an agreed server. Then the dev team create a structure for the site and start the main build in line with the approved design.
As the site starts to take shape, we enter test stage which involves testing functionality and internal linking, proof-reading and fixing any outstanding design/build snags. There will be typically a few ‘Snag lists’ to work through.
This is the move from dev mode to live server mode hooking up Analytics and other reporting tools. We also perform speed tests, fine-tuning and performance optimising on the live site. Once the site has gone live there is a couple of weeks post-live technical support as standard. If you would like to discuss this in more detail over a coffee please contact Mark Casey at our London Studio in Moorgate.