25% Off for New Clients COVID-19 has had an impact on every single person and business in our country. As more and more of our lives move online, websites have never been more important. via GIPHY We understand that many non-profits and businesses want to refresh / redesign their sites, build a site for the […]
RocketDogRescue.org has won Best Online Adoption Site in the 2015 Beast of the Bay Awards hosted by Bay Woof magazine, beating out many national pet adoption websites. Each year devoted dog lovers in the Bay Area select winners for 56 fun categories from best dog-friendly politician, to best dog-friendly bar. The minnows at MIGHTYminnow are
Trestle A handy boilerplate child theme for serious Genesis developers. Trestle takes a lot of the grunt work out of building sites using the Genesis Framework, providing quick and easy-to-implement solutions to common problems and repetitive tasks. We’ve taken Genesis’ rock-solid foundation, integrated mobile-first CSS, responsive navigation, a full-featured settings panel, and much more. Download. Install.
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The work we did creating a new website for Rocket Dog Rescue was recently featured on Adobe’s Dreamweaver Blog. Read about how we used Adobe technology to make adopting or fostering a dog in need easier than ever.
We are a small company. MIGHTYminnow, small but strong. That’s sort of our unofficial tagline. And at our size, the bottom line is a real consideration. Rent, payroll, expenses… Estimates, calculations, hours, invoices… These mechanisms (which we sometimes find quite tedious, in all honesty) are necessary components of our day-to-day. They are the business counterparts
Last Weekend, the minnows gathered with 8 eager students to take on the challenging but exciting task of creating websites for each student over the weekend! We feel that it was a great success and we’re excited that this was the third Website Weekend in a row to sell out. With it came some great
This past weekend saw WordCamp SF come to town, and it pretty much rocked my socks off. Though MIGHTYminnow represented last year, it was before my time so this was my first WordCamp. I think I’m totally hooked now. Below are some highlights: Speakers The sheer number of hugely talented presenters was astounding: WordPress core developers, prolific
Sometimes MIGHTYminnow gets the question, “Why do you guys use WordPress?” First, CMS (Content Management System) based websites are easier to maintain than “static” websites. WordPress is one choice of CMS and there are tons of other CMSs on the (open source) market. While no CMS is the perfect answer for every website, we find