WordPress Website Redesign: Franek Laser & Fab Systems


Duane of Franek Laser & Fab Systems came to us with a desire to update his company site and make it easy for customers to find the products they were looking for. Because it had been so long since their site was updated, it didn’t include features that today are essential.


We updated their custom site […]

September 24th, 2014|Blog, Case Studies|Comments Off

WordPress Website Redesign: Arrow Acoustics Inc.


Arrow Acoustics had a great looking site when it was designed years ago. But over time the site had started to look a little outdated and the family-owned acoustic installation company from the Bay Area knew it was time for a change.

They came to us asking for an updated, clean and sleek look for their […]

June 23rd, 2014|Blog, Case Studies|Comments Off

Website Redesign: Stephanie Johnson, Zephyr Real Estate


When Stephanie Johnson of Zephyr Real Estate came to us a few years ago, we designed a hand coded website for her. This year she asked us to make her site look more modern and to add elements that would help attract her ideal real estate clients.


We updated the website platform from hand coded to an easy-to-manage […]

June 3rd, 2014|Blog|Comments Off

3 Reasons Why You Need a CMS

If your website doesn’t have a content management system, you are missing out on one of the greatest pieces of your overall web presence. A CMS can reduce costs, help you optimize your site and give you the freedom to make changes that work for you.

First, let’s define our terms. A content management system (or […]

July 19th, 2012|Blog, Uncategorized|Comments Off

What if the Internet Ran Out Of Space? IPv6

Imagine having a cell phone or mobile device that cannot get online.

Imagine a computer than cannot get on the internet.

Imagine a world without WiFi.

No Hulu.

No Facebook.

No Pinterest.

The internet becomes a hot commodity in a sort of apocalyptic adventure…in real life.

If these scenarios sound like science fiction, keep reading.

The internet is running out of space. Having […]

June 11th, 2012|Blog|Comments Off

10 Tips For Improving Your Website

With thousands of websites competing for our attention, it’s important that those striving to have a great website make it stand out. There are many things you can do to make your website more readable, more interesting and more likely to provide real value to the visitor.

Here are 10 tips for improving your website.

1. Increase […]

May 1st, 2012|Blog, Uncategorized|Comments Off

8 Reasons To Use WordPress For Business Sites

WordPress is a well known, open source content management system that powers many different types of websites. If you’re looking for a SEO-friendly system for your business, here are the top 8 reasons why WordPress will benefit your website.

1. Content Management
At its core, WordPress is a versatile content management system that provides you with many […]

January 25th, 2012|Blog|Comments Off


Baycentric would like to publically state that we strongly oppose the SOPA & PIPA (HR3261 & S968) bills that are currently being debated in congress. SOPA/PIPA authors and supporters insist the purpose for these bills is to prevent internet piracy. Yet with strict censorship rules along with copyright regulations, they are trying to take full […]

January 15th, 2012|Blog|Comments Off

Top 5 Reasons To Use MailChimp

As many of us know, emailing marketing can be a tediously time consuming yet necessary task that often requires some help, which is why there are a whole bunch of  reasons to go bananas for the evolution of MailChimp! Here are the top five.

Ease of Use – You do not have to be a programming […]

January 4th, 2012|Blog|Comments Off

Guide On Search Engine Optimization (SEO)


Also known as Search Engine Optimization, has become a popular tool for bloggers and website makers alike, but what exactly is SEO? Search engines work off specific keywords. When a person enters “cakes” into the search bar, Google recognizes websites that contain this keyword and compile a list of searches that are relevant to the […]

December 22nd, 2011|Blog|Comments Off