This theme is an extension of a framework created for a local agency that wanted a way to spin up custom WordPress sites quickly and correctly. It grew into the starting point for all sites that I create.
Diagnosed and recommended fixes for a very slowly loading WordPress site populated dynamically via API.
Helped create a UI, migration, and technology plan for the Seattle Children’s Hospital blog channel combination.
Hashtag buzzwords! Used the 18f U.S. Web Design Standards framework to a great result. Write-up coming soon!
This was a fun little project for a branding and marketing group out of San Francisco. They were working with […] ›
Here are a few things that I think should exist, with my help or without. Make one or make them all, just let me know when they launch.
An incredible movie, a life-changing product, and a quote. Might be just what you need right now too.
This site was a partial migration from a custom PHP and MySQL application that was in dire need of an update. Collaborating with a talented designer, I built a site housing almost 400 products and dominates search ranking for high-value, niche terms.
I’ve been doing agency development and design work for almost a decade, and customer service for almost 2. But I learned a lot when the tables were turned.
Built RSS export views in EE to create WXR-formatted files for custom content types; output via shortcodes and custom widgets, per spec.
What started as a light update for improvement on mobile devices turned into a complete redesign and rebuild. This site explains and sells the WordPress products that I create.
Alan Colmes needed a central hub for his news curation and community surrounding his radio show and books. We’ve been iterating on this site for a few years and finally settled on a very customized version of the WP-Drudge theme I created.
This was a collaboration with the incredibly talented Megan Gray. A simple and beautiful design wraps store listings, events, and images.
This is a summary of an email I sent to someone who wants to get into creating custom WordPress themes and plugins. I’ve been doing this for over 7 years now and would like to think I have something interesting and helpful to say about this.
For web development folks in Seattle who want to level up on Sass, SCSS, Bourbon, and the like, I’m helping to organize an intermediate-level class sometime in the next couple of months.