Archives: February 2014


Social media terms

Social Media Strategy

        Filed under: Branding, Social Media

For social media, content has always been the king and distribution its queen.  Social networks are filled with information about companies and products trying to generate more traffic to their websites through real-time conversations. Businesses are looking for different ways to create viral content to have more visibility for possible clients and customers.  Social media … Continued

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WordPress Design Agency in Washington DC

        Filed under: SEO, Web Design, WordPress

WordPress Design Agency in Washington DC When a customer comes to for a new website design based on WordPress, they sometimes struggle to articulate exactly what they want their website to look like. That’s why we most often encourage the client to review the designs available through Themeforest, for example. We often recommend this approach … Continued

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Responsive Web Design

        Filed under: Usability, Web Design

Responsive design is now widely used as a cost effective alternative to deliver content across different platforms. There are also great responsive CSS frameworks that allow designers rapidly deploying user interfaces, thanks to the graphic resources and JavaScript features that they include by default. CSS frameworks These are the three frameworks that we typically use in our … Continued

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Responsive web designer in Washington DC

        Filed under: Front-End Development, Mobile, Usability, Web Design

Responsive design is now widely used as a cost effective alternative to deliver content across different platforms. There are also great responsive CSS frameworks that allow designers rapidly deploying user interfaces, thanks to the graphic resources and JavaScript features that they include by default. CSS frameworks These are the three frameworks that we typically use in our … Continued

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Custom web development and design is out, pre-designed WordPress templates are in

        Filed under: Google, Web Design, Web Development, WordPress

WASHINGTON DC WordPress Designer and Drupal Developer, inQbation. I have long suspected that custom web design is on the way out and is being replaced by more cost-effective pre-designed templates that can be quickly and easily customized and tailored. Google trends pretty much sums it up.  Since 2005, searches for web design has steadily dropped … Continued

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WordPress website maintenance contractor washington dc

        Filed under: Web Design, WordPress

WASHINGTON, DC – WordPress design, development, and plug-in experts.  Since 2008, inQbation has provided custom WordPress design and development services to a wide range of clients including small business startups, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies. We like WordPress because it is easy to use, quick to implement, and cost-effective.  However, because it is so easy … Continued

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Github vs Bitbucker for version control. Subversion is dead.

        Filed under: How to, Web Design, Web Development

Development companies must control the changes to the code, we can not afford to have developers overwriting “by accident” other works and of course many people can be working at the same time in the same project, the discussion about if using Git or Subversion is over, Git has shown to be ahead from Subversion, … Continued

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Washington DC web development company specializing in nonprofit organizations and member associations

        Filed under: Nonprofit

WASHINGTON, DC – Since relocating from California to Washington DC in 2010, inQbation has established itself as one of the leading web design and development agencies in DC that specialize in the needs of nonprofit organizations (NPOs), nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), and member associations. In the beginning, we served only start-ups – hence the name, inQbation … Continued

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SEO 101: How to rank on the first page of Google

        Filed under: Google, How to

The way search engines work is that they attempt to deliver web pages that most closely match (or reflect) the searches that people enter into the Google search box. So, if somebody were searching for, “ergonomic baby bottles” then Google will look for pages that seem to reflect “ergonomic baby bottles”. Google will look for … Continued

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WordPress: Call to undefined function wp()

WordPress: Call to undefined function wp()

        Filed under: Web Design, WordPress Design

WASHINGTON DC WordPress development company – Herndon, Virginia Recently, one of our clients reported that they were seeing a PHP Fatal Error when attempting to access their website. Here is the error we saw: PHP Fatal error: Call to undefined function wp() in <WordPress path>wp-blog-header.php on line 14 I did some research and ended up checking … Continued

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Holy brand management Batman! 37signals becomes Basecamp.

        Filed under: Branding, Project Management

HUGE NEWS and a game changer in the project management system space: Jason Fried of 37signals announces that he is re-focusing and re-branding 100% around Basecamp. It’s about time!  Despite the fact that Basecamp boasts over 7 million users and is considered the most popular project management system (PMS) on the market, Basecamp sucks!  Don’t … Continued

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