Regardless of the industry, when people care deeply about what they’re making and who they’re helping, it shows.
In one of those “meant to be” moments, I met the founder and president of the mind-bogglingly talented craft beer agency here in Seattle, Blindtiger. Oceania (Oce for short) invited me down to the office to talk shop and it just clicked.
8-month engagement to provide engineering, strategy, code review, pair programming, performance reviews, and security guidance.
A few details about the current (5th) iteration of this site.
A WordPress child theme gone mad! Built-in click statistics, moderation controls, grabbing text and images from submitted links, and expiring content.
Just in time for an announcement by Microsoft about their HoloLens project, we launched a complete site rebuild for 8ninths, focusing on their VR and AR capabilities.
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.
Helped create a UI, migration, and technology plan for the Seattle Children’s Hospital blog channel combination.
This was a fun little project for a branding and marketing group out of San Francisco. They were working with […] ›
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.
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.
My latest shipment comes in the form of a premium theme called Rank It WP. The idea, explained in-depth after the jump, is a Product Hunt-type site in WordPress.
A massive undertaking: migrate a popular eCommerce site from unsupported versions of Drupal and CiviCRM to WordPress. Challenge accepted!