Just Launched the new VII Photo Agency website for De.MO Design of Milllbrook, NY

Office Mascot…

Many design studios and startup businesses feature a token pet as the office mascot…we wouldn’t want to dissapoint…

WordCamp SF Recap…

I recently attended WordCamp SF 2011, 3 days of great presentations by some great people, and some of them were even quite funny!

WordPress is fast becoming a great CMS ( Content Management System) and has been for some time one of the most intuitive backend interfaces I’ve worked with.

It’s not just blogging software any more….

New and Notable:

BuddyPress – Your own private social network built on WordPress.
WebFonts – Websafe only fonts are fast becoming history with new ways to implement any font anywhere on the web without resorting to graphic fonts.
UppSite  – Deploy your website or web application in multiple mobile app systems quickly and easily without coding.
Process – New ways to manage customers, clients, designers & developers that ensure projects run smoothly.
Responsive Web Design – New techniques for designing websites that recognize, respond and adapt to differing devices and screen resolutions.
Premium Themes – New professionally developed WordPress themes that allow for WYSIWYG and Drag n Drop layout and design with the ability to quickly create child themes for fast turnaround projects on a budget that look great.

BTC will be looking for ways to incorporate some of these great new features, concepts and ideas into new sites and services. Stay tuned for more or feel free to contact us, we love to talk about projects!

WordCamp San Francisco 2011

BTC Will be attending Wordcamp SF 2011 following the designer and developer track. Stay tuned we’ll be bringing great new ideas back from the conference.

WordCamp San Francisco is the official annual conference of the WordPress open source project. This year there will be 3 days of brilliant content bringing together hundreds of amazing WordPress bloggers, developers, designers, and professionals for a weekend of indulging their WordPress geekery.