WordPress 103 (SEO & Security)

This is the third post in a series teaching the basics of WordPress from a client’s perspective. There are a lot of different Content Management Systems (CMS) out there but the most popular, and the one we use at King Design is WordPress. Using a CMS allows our clients to edit copy, swap images, and show/hide Read More

A New Age Workflow

For years, we had a simple workflow from design to development, that I assume, most other agencies also utilized. We worked this way, like cavemen, until some new software emerged recently and brought us into the modern era. Often times, we used software for purposes that it might not have originally been intended for which Read More

WordPress 102 (advanced custom fields)

This is the second post in a series teaching the basics of WordPress from a client’s perspective. At King Design, we like to give the power to our clients by giving them the ability to edit their sites after they’ve been built. We mainly use WordPress to accomplish this goal. For someone not used to using Read More

WordPress 101 (basics)

This is the first post in a series teaching the basics of WordPress from a client’s perspective. Here at King Design, we pride ourselves with not only making great looking and functional websites, but also making them easy for our clients to edit for themselves. We do this by using a Content Management System (CMS) Read More

Your Email Signature Should Be Text

Every once in a while, I’ll see an email signature come through as an image. Sounds like a small thing but it is one of your most powerful marketing tools. I would recommend changing it to text. Here’s why: 1) A large number of email programs block or don’t display images. So your recipient won’t Read More

Holiday-ify Mason

Every year, here at King Design, we like to come up with a fun microsite for the holidays. Last year, we shrunk ourselves into a snowglobe. After that successful creation, we brainstormed ideas for what might be fun this year. What about a Santa brand book? How about a Duck Hunt-esque snowball game showing how much we love Philadelphia? Read More