Webinology is a full-stack WordPress development firm.
It takes a lot of pieces to design, develop, and deploy a web application; full-stack developers have an understanding of all of the required components.
That doesn’t mean that all of us are experts in “all the things,” but that – together – we are.
Most of us use web applications every day. Here at Webinology, we use ClickUp to track our projects, Everhour to track our time, Gusto to pay ourselves, and Freshbooks to keep track of our pennies.
While websites are often primarily informative (like this one) with a few basic functions like a contact form, a web application is more about doing things. A web application might be something that you need to help with your internal business operations, or it might be a tool by which you provide unique services to your clients.
Sometimes, WordPress is the right choice to deliver a web application. If we do that, we do it with custom plugins, written specifically to serve your business needs.
A website provides your business a home on the Internet — where most everyone goes when they need something. Your website might be primarily informative (what your business does, how to find your stores, etc.) You might want your site to provide help for customers to reduce call volume, or maybe even offer a chatbot.
If you sell things, that’s called eCommerce. An eCommerce site is getting closer to a web application, but because it’s such a common theme for websites, it’s not the same as developing wholly unique functionality.
If you expect that your site will need to be updated frequently – and especially if you’d like to do some of it yourself, then it’s probably best to use a CMS (Content Management System) to build your website.
WordPress is the world’s leading CMS, and it’s our focus.
Note: when projects require a number of these services, we can work out project-based pricing. It doesn’t have to be as complicated as it may sound!