Blogs, Forums & Wikis
Engaging the audience of a website can be very important. Web 2.0 technologies such as blogs, forums and wikis can be useful in creating an interactive community and building relationships with end users.
By utilising cutting edge open source software we are able to offer the desired 2.0 functionality to our clients along with the piece of mind that the solution is being deployed by experts.
Professional Blog Design
A blog is a highly personalised website and is useful in cases where the website owner’s views and opinions are of interest to the target audience. Using WordPress, the industry leading open source blog software, we are able to deploy a fully skinable blog to sit along side your main website and remain consistent with the design. Many features are included as standard and more still can be added via the many plug-ins available. Please see BB Trust for an example of our blogs.
Professional Web Forum Design
Forums have been a staple part of the Internet for many years and are often used prominently in business to consumer situations, especially those with young audiences. Forums can aid sales through the creation of a "buzz" about your work. A variety of administration options and settings can be used to moderate your community. Please see Pete and the Pirates for an example of our forums.
Wikis offer a practical and democratic method of information sharing. Thanks to Wikipedia any Internet user is familiar with the wiki concept. By deploying open source wiki software such as MediaWiki we can offer wiki technology for our clients’ websites and intranets. At Redwire we have found a Wiki to be the most convenient solution for our software documentation.
Please contact us for more information.