Any chance to work with WordPress is a welcome one, and WordPress happened to be the perfect fit for this project. The client, and Enterprise Software company, needed what a lot of companies need. A custom design, a CMS (content management system), and full social integration. For these reasons, and others, WordPress worked great for their application The site consists of a three level hierarchy (home–>page–>sub-page), which WordPress keeps neatly organized. Additionally, the traditional blog functions of WordPress work great for a “News” Page. However, this client needed something a little tricky. That is, they wanted a “news” section that they could update with posts, but they also wanted a blog. To address this, I built a custom blog page and a custom news page that each use a custom WordPress loop to only pull the correct content for that page. In addition to custom PHP coding to make WordPress bend the way the client wanted, I also built a custom theme for them. What I like about how it turned out is that it matched the aesthetic of a high-end tech company, but is not so cold that it loses its humanity. This is always a delicate balance for me. For this type of client, I look to build something clean and professional first, but I also like to add small splashes of color and interesting photos to give it a human side. Lastly, the site heavily uses Google fonts to round out the custom, techie look and feel.