Vancouver WordPress Web Developer
I’ve been creating websites since February of 1997, as lead developer of Whitewolf Design & Copy, with over 380 successful projects. Most of the sites have been custom designs.
When Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little released WordPress in May of 2003, I was developing sites in Flash/ColdFusion, Drupal or Mambo (became Joomla!). I began adding WordPress blogs to my client websites, to fascilitate fresh dynamic content, but it was the June 2010 release of WordPress 3.0 that was the game changer.
WordPress quickly became the go to content management system for content creators and marketers, and today roughly 65.2% of the world’s websites run on it. From simple resume pages, to large secure e-commerce stores, or robust multi-site installations, WordPress is extremely versatile, stable and secure (when backups and software updates are made regularly), and it has a light learning curve for in-house content edits and additions.
Unlike the majority of web designers and developers, who typically outsource the entire project to the lowest offshore bidder, or just throw your content into an off-the-shelf-theme, I will custom design and then build your entire website personally, with perhaps some team assistance. There are thousands of ways to build out a WordPress site, and I don’t believe a generic training solution is right for most custom websites. So we’ll create a set of custom-screencast tutorial videos made from your new website. In the tutorials we will personally walk you through each procedure you’ll need to maintain your website’s content, step-by-step.
And I won’t abandon you. I believe that all WordPress websites need a webmaster, and we are available for hire to provide webmaster services on an ongoing basis for the life of your site, write web copy for you and assist you with your online marketing. Copywriting and content writing are my forté. Many developers “build ’em and leave ’em”… I’ve been here for my clients for over 24 years, and I have worked with some for over a decade. You’ll have my personal phone number and email address, if you have any questions.
Looking forward to working with you,