Custom vs. Pre-Built WordPress Themes Custom vs Pre-Built WordPress Themes

The question whether to use a pre-built/premium WordPress theme/template depends on a lot of factors. Budget, timeline, functionality and the ability to provide concrete instructions all play into this decision. I have several cases where a client wants to use a theme to save read more »

Off-Hour Development Off-Hour Development

One of my pet peeves is off-hours development. I strongly feel that the work being done should be done on the same business hours as the client’s. This reduces project management cost and the back and forth process associated with a system where the read more »

How Not To Get Burned From A Shopping Cart Website Project How Not To Get Burned With A Shopping Cart Website

There is nothing that scares me worse than a shopping cart website. There are a number of questions and steps that are needed before it would be possible to select the platform and start programming. I have a pretty good questionnaire, but even then read more »

Location Aware Sites
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We have all seen these websites that serve up content based on the location of the user. This technology gives the user a better experience based on his/her location. Things like language, content, prices, phone numbers and even the look can be dynamically changed read more »

WordPress Plugin Review

I recently released a WordPress portfolio plugin that dynamically displays work by category and multiple categories.  Most available portfolio plugin do not allow an easy way to search dynamically without doing a traditional search that brings back results which can then be reviewed. For read more »