We couldn’t be happier with the service and knowledge provided by DSW. We accomplished a beautiful overhaul of our entire site with the addition of a slick mobile responsive site. We’ve seen a vast improvement in our web traffic in general with major leaps in growth by mobile users.
– Chef Peter Pollay, Posana Restaurant
The world of WordPress theme development has advanced over the years to give small business owners an incredible array of options to layout and style their WordPress blogs, websites, and ecommerce stores at minimal cost. In the past, theme development was costly. Building themes from scratch and writing all the… Read more
Digital Strategy Works, an Asheville web design and web development company building websites for our clients exclusively on the WordPress content management system, is pleased to announce the launch of legendary house music DJ, Tony Humphries website and social media strategy. Read more
Here at Digital Strategy Works, we are frequently asked about hosting. We have our favorites. WP Engine, MediaTemple, Page.ly and SiteGround come to mind, but we frequently talk clients who signed-up long ago with Yahoo! Small Business for both domain management and hosting needs. Those early decisions to use a company… Read more
on June 1st , 2014, Digital Strategy Works founder, Tony Zeoli, presented at WordCamp Asheville the topic of “How to find and hire a WordPress Designer and Developer. We’ve got the slide deck here for you to review and share. Read more
Digital Strategy Works recently completed a fully responsive website for OneBeat.tv, a popular online EDM channel. The site renders in both web and mobile browsers, making it easily readable for site visitors. Learn more about how Digital Strategy Works employed a unique design for the OneBeat.tv beta website and responsive mobile experience. Read more
Digital Strategy Works blog post on the mystery of WordPress plugins and why we can’t install plugins at WordPress.com, but can on a self-hosted version of Wordpress. What does self-hosted mean anyway? And, what’s with this new term: “managed hosting.” What does it mean? Let us explain! Read more