Catalyst News

New Website Overhaul Coming in 2019!

Happy New Year to all! A quick update, the website is currently undergoing a complete redesign to better reflect the branding and direction of Catalyst Design. Completion plan is expected in the 1st quarter of this year. We are looking forward to shedding the old skin and pushing an all new aesthetic direction forward!

New WordPress Video Tutorials

We got some fresh new vids now ready to watch dealing with replacing, editing and uploading photos and documents. Venture on over to the Video Tutorial Section to view them all. As always any requests for future videos is always welcome and hope this round proves very handy in easing the process of building your WordPress site. Here is one video sample:

NOTE: These videos apply to version 3.9 or above

Catalyst Design is now Responsive!

Catalyst Design v3.2 has landed with a fully responsive design for mobile devices. So now you can enjoy the wonders of Catalyst on your device of choice. Already working on v3.3 with some exciting features to come.

Introducing Catalyst U

Catalyst Design has officially released v3.1 with a brand new section called Catalyst U. This will be an education hub for all things web. To kick things off, we have posted video tutorials for WordPress for those beginning to learn the platform or advance their knowledge.Over time, there are plan for more sections to come.

We also patch a few things up and prepped for new exciting features to be released in the near future. Merry Christmas to everyone reading this post! See you at 3.11 🙂

Welcome to Catalyst Design v3.0

After much planning and many lines of code later, Catalyst Design has relaunched with an all new brand and website presence. This is just the beginning of what is to come for the site and will be providing version and news updates as we move forward. Future plans include resources section filled with tutorials and recomendations of the best services in web and tech.

A special thanks to all of our clients that have remained loyal, we are absolutely nothing without you.


WordPress now powers 22% of the Web, has over 46m downloads, according to founder Matt Mullenweg.

Source: CNN Money