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Projects

Some of the WordPress projects I've worked on for both local (Shropshire based) and multi-national clients.

Jem’s Mail Form →

In September 2016 I redesigned and redeveloped Jem’s Mail Form. The relaunch included new functionality which allows users to easily and quickly download the latest version of Jem’s Free Mail Form, as well as purchase the Premium Form with integrated PayPal checkout using the Express Payments API. The new site features a bespoke WordPress plugin […]

wordpress, custom plugin, paypal api, member login

St Bede’s Catholic Middle School →

The St Bede’s Catholic Middle School website was built on WordPress by Network Manager Matthew Setchell. Matthew approached me about giving the school’s home page a quick makeover — highlighting important information and social media integration — as well as making it easier to browse the site by utilising WordPress widget and menu technology. As […]

wordpress, theme modifications, school website

Lifestyle Businesses →

After adopting Lifestyle Businesses’ WordPress website from a local design agency, and moving to a more reliable cost-effective host, owners Simon and Linda prepared a list of changes they wanted to make to their site to improve usability, flexibility and compatibility. Working with the integrated plugins, including file sale download management software Easy Digital Downloads, […]

wordpress, improvements, easy digital downloads, hosting

Magiboards →

I’ve been working with Shropshire-based whiteboard and noticeboard manufacturer Magiboards since around 2006, when in my role of web developer with Shropshire-based digital agency matm I took on the task of creating an entirely bespoke e-commerce website allowing their business customers to buy from the Magiboards website directly. Fast forward to 2015 and the Magiboards […]

wordpress, custom post types, custom taxonomies, custom plugin, search engine optimisation, ecommerce, hosting

A note on agency work

I do a lot of work for local design & marketing agencies that I can't show here: because of NDAs, project confidentiality etc. If you'd like to see the work I can't share publicly, get in touch and I'll pass you on the relevant people.

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Why I love working with WordPress

I've been using WordPress since the heady days of version 1.2 and developing WordPress websites commercially since version 1.5 (released in 2005!)