I have been developing WordPress websites for over 5 years, and been a developer for 20.
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I do highly precise, detailed work, converting designers' beautiful comps into full-featured, custom WordPress websites.
I do plugin work, full WordPress PHP and jQuery development, and complete standards-compliant slicing of comps into CSS and XHTML.
I am careful and thorough, adhering to development best practices, and test all work in all the major browsers and versions, for compatibility.
I keep up to date on web design best practices, such as...
I work with great designers (and have many great designers to collaborate with, if you need that for your project). I turn their Photoshop "comps" into fully functioning, beautiful WordPress websites.
I am creative and knowledgeable about the field of web design, and recent developments, both in design technologies, and development methodologies.
I have a long-term background contracting with large software companies, and small businesses alike.
I have extensive experience working with North American clients, and helping them translate their visions into reality, effectively, and affordably.
My entire focus is WordPress. I am very knowledgeable about how to use this incredibly flexible tool effectively--considering which plugin to use, which feature of WordPress, etc.--to make your solution a reality.
I am very conversant in the language of web developers and graphic design, but am also very good at translating this into terms the layman can understand.
My aim is always to produce the very best quality work, that meets and exceeds the designer's expectations, in terms of quality of code, but also in terms of great and clear communication, alignment, budgets, and planning.
I write code that is intended to be maintainable, clear, and easy to change.
But at the same time, I look to see how I can increase the efficiency of my work, by re-using someone else's code to achieve your aim, or helping you refine and clarify the goals of any desired functionality, where...
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