WordPress Enterprise Integration

Leveraging WordPress as a Framework

WordPress continues to face adoption challenges as an enterprise-grade solution due to skepticism around Open Source tools and the rapid consumer adoption of WordPress itself. Crowd Favorite leverages its expertise in bringing Open Source solutions to the enterprise by educating IT and Marketing professionals everyday that power and scalability can be achieved by using WordPress…

Replatforming Your Website With an Open Source Solution

With increasing frequency we are finding mid-market and enterprise organizations replatforming their websites, moving away from antiquated and expensive proprietary solutions and towards Open Source technology like WordPress and Drupal. While Crowd Favorite is helping to lead the charge in bringing the power, dynamism, security, scalability, flexibility, and cost-effectiveness of Open Source software to the…

Bringing Your Online Brand to Life: Engaging Digital Experiences for Your Customers

There’s a difference between having a business and running a brand. A brand stands apart because of its personality, a set of traits that make it unique, a vision statement to define its objectives, and a strategic plan for delivering that persona to your customers via an engaging digital experience. How well you align your…

Wordpress Media Management in the Enterprise

When handling high-traffic sites, large numbers of simultaneous image uploads and inordinately large media libraries, WordPress media management requires customization to remain performant.

Recently, I was working on a project that required me to copy a database with 3 million spam comments. The database export was 12GB and just about everything I tried failed because of the sheer size of this file. I eventually did get it to work. Here’s how: First, I tried doing things server-side using…

For a long time, WordPress advocates working at large enterprise organizations and institutions have been fighting an uphill battle to bring their beloved CMS into the fold of their companies. This battle has been fought in the face of stiff competition (like SharePoint and Luminis), misconceptions (WordPress is just a blog), and some real concerns…

Tucson’s leading power provider brought us in to improve their customer experience by completely rethinking the design and content strategy of their site and by rebuilding it in a streamlined, mobile-friendly way.

A newly formed, post-merger company, Vixxo engaged Crowd Favorite to design and develop
a site in alignment with their new brand identity that would position them to lead the market.

Recently, an interesting bug popped up, post launch, during a WordPress project. This bug caused certain styles and images (assets from here on out) to not load in Chrome and Firefox, because these browsers do not allow “mixed content” (different content coming from both secure and non-secure sources). Problems like this occur when your URL…

Starz sought help from Crowd Favorite to build starz.com, a consumer-facing, javascript-powered media site, thereby freeing up their in-house team to focus on other areas of development.

Crowd Favorite has been working with the Gawkerverse on their Foodgawker site for several years. Along with its sibling sites (Craftgawker, Stylegawker, Dwellinggawker, and Weddinggawker), Foodgawker tremendous collections of curated content and highly-technical features to improve performance and ability to navigate content. As a part of this, the site features a fully-responsive design, and provides an API with…

Improving traffic to any website is a constantly evolving process. Among the best, and most obvious ways to increase traffic is to make the website more prominent on search engines, like Google and Bing. Each engine has its own method of ranking results for any given search, but both search-engines agree that a better user experience…

Crowd Favorite worked closely with the clever folks at Crispin Porter + Bogusky to implement the new TDI Clean Diesel site for Volkswagen Auto.

National Geographic had been experiencing repeated success with its migrations to WordPress. With their new success, National Geographic wanted to develop an experimental blog that would cover a team of writers and their exploration to Everest.

Gawkerverse is a network of user-generated photo gallery sites, including foodgawker.com, built by chief gawker Chuck Lai. Lai enlisted Crowd Favorite to help enhance the design and functionality of his sites for a better user experience.