Content Management

WordPress & Drupal

Every modern website should be based around a Content Management System (CMS).

As well as making your website easy to update, a good CMS will provide a website architecture that is Search Engine and Google friendly.

We will decide which Content Management System to use, based on the scope of your project. We only use industry - leading software, usually WordPress for basic websites, and Drupal for more advanced solutions.

WordPress:

"WordPress", to quote themselves, "Is a state-of-the-art publishing platform with a focus on aesthetics, web standards, and usability. WordPress is both free and priceless at the same time." it is a very quick and light CMS which allows you to build very sophisticated websites.

Drupal

When we need just a little bit more functionality, we use the more advanced CMS Drupal. Drupal is an award winning Content Management System. It provides a user management and framework around which we can install various "modules" depending on what we require the site to do. Drupal is a hugely flexible and scalable system that is very secure.

Recent Work

Some of Ireland's biggest brands use Pride Design to Design, Build, Manage, Market and Maintain their websites.

Website design for St.Patricks Credit Union in Dublin, Including Loan Calculators.

Website design and development for a step by step wedding and other stationary ordering website f

New website designed and developed for Cork's newest café, which is based in Merchants Quay in Co

New Website design for Pain Relief clinic based in Cork City.

Website for a busy Dublin city centre pub.

We redrafted the Ballymaloe house website to modernise the look and feel of the site and to also

We revamped the website for the Ballymaloe Cookery School.

We revamped the Cully & Sully website onto Drupal.

Rachel Allen was brought up in Dublin and left home at eighteen to study at the world-famous Ball

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