Research Website Development Service

Are you a researcher at the Brigham who needs a website? We work with researchers to build websites for research laboratories (and occasionally, studies and other major research initiatives). 

You can learn more about how to work with us and start the process to get into the queue to have a website built. This is a free service for Brigham investigators and in the past five years, we have created more than 370 WordPress laboratory websites. Since 2009, we have worked on more than 1,000 research websites across various platforms.

What We Do..

We create WordPress websites, working with ERIS (Enterprise Research Infrastructure & Services) and Research Computing for the initial set-up of the site, then our team designs sites with the input of the researcher before training the researcher and any other team members to become editors and maintain their site in the future.

We do continue to provide support and troubleshoot after site launch, as well as trainings for new editors, but the goal is that each Laboratory update and maintain their own site content and the web team acting primarily in a support function moving forward.


  • Web Development, Redesign and/or Troubleshooting 
  • Planning and Information Architecture
  • Content Strategy
  • Visual Design 
  • Stock Photography 
  • Production
  • Content Migration
  • Search Engine Optimization
  • WordPress Training
  •  A responsive base theme that matches institutional brand standards
  • Content areas for information about the lab, research projects, a lab team directory, publications, and news updates
  • Drag and drop content placement
  • Custom web functionality
Conference Websites
Research Websites Created
Total Websites Hosted by ERIS
WordPress Users Trained


  • Anatomy of a Lab Website
  • Brand Standards
  • Best Practices
  • Stock Photography
  • Recent Projects
  • Web Style Guide

Quick Links


  •  WordPress Documentation
  • Total Theme Documentation
  • Elementor Documentation
  • Content Strategy Guide
  • WordPress Codex