Customers have different needs, and depending on the project scope and requirements there are different execution models for building your idea to life.
While small websites could be standard and could be built in weeks, more complicated solutions usually take months or over a year.
Larger WordPress solutions take time in defining requirements and development milestones, iterating through different phases, ensuring the product quality.
Occasionally we are approached by customers looking for WordPress development services who have a set budget or have researched other offers before reaching out to us. Since our pricing model is a combination between hourly cost and value, our end goal is providing the best quality possible within a reasonable cost. So this is how Read More
The main difference between websites built by high school students or starting freelancers and established web developers is the quality of the end product.
The difference between inexperienced freelancers or small agencies and rockstar freelancers and proven WordPress agencies is the project development target.
Our WordPress Architect Mario Peshev guest-blogged at Brainleaf about our process dealing with larger WordPress projects. Our Work Process is optimized for $10K – $25K projects or long-term development over $50K. This way we could ensure that we are aware of the business targets and penetrate the market with the right web toolkit. Also, we aim for Read More
Our latest free WordPress theme Masonry was launched during the Contributor Day at San Francisco this weekend for the WordPress.org Theme Directory: We are very happy that our friend Emil Uzelac, incredible person, a talented designer and the lead of the WordPress.org Theme Reviewers Team has designed Masonry for us and assured that the theme would Read More
If you have to deal with migrations and debugging, then you have probably struggled with the absolute WordPress links across every website. Replacing all link instances back and forth when working locally is troublesome at times. For some of our projects we tend to work on their original domain name by pointing our local DNS Read More
Four “Team DevriX” members attended WordCamp Europe last weekend and it has been a blast! Our owner was part of the organizing team, and we had a volunteer helping as well. We spent over a week together with WordPress contributors, plugin and theme authors, platform developers and numerous inspiring WordPress users. Tired, but nevertheless excited, we’re Read More
Most of our DevriX team members are fans of “Game of Thrones” (we even have a John Snow alias here, try emailing jsnow at devrix and you’ll see!). And since “The Winter is coming”, our coffice habits are somewhat interrupted by the temperature differences, traffic jams and more. Therefore we’re reducing the commuting and moving to a Read More
DevriX was founded in Bulgaria, which happens to be the host for WordCamp Europe 2014. Our team is always happy to help fellow WordPress contributors, and we’re accepting all sorts of questions to our Skype account – devrix.com Feel free to ping us for any questions related to your stay in Sofia – we would be happy to Read More