Feature article in Net Mag’s “Ultimate Guide to WordPress”

Recently I was asked to write a 3 page tutorial for Net Mag's Ultimate Guide to WordPress Volume Two. I was approached because of my work building large WordPress websites sites and extending what can be done with the use of advanced custom fields. I chose to build and write about a small website for a rubber duck racing league.... Continue Reading →


Introducing (R)Evolution 2015!

Details of (R)Evolution 2015 so far have officially been revealed here: 2015.shropgeek-revolution.co.uk Woohoo!  ~ grin! As many of you know, we will be taking a break from organising (R)Evolution in 2016, so this year we are pulling out all of the stops. And honestly, I couldn’t be more excited about this year’s event (I know... Continue Reading →

Come and find me at WordCamp London 2015

If you fancy coming along to my talk, you can find me in the "developer" lightning track on the Sunday: http://london.wordcamp.org/2015/schedule/ My talk will be a shorter version of the one I did for WordCamp Birmingham. Here is a quick overview: Catering for WordPress The catering / restaurant industry has very few tools to help them... Continue Reading →

Announcing WordCamp Birmingham 2015

If you design, develop, or manage websites using WordPress then you will want to be at this. A whole weekend of talks and workshops dedicated to WordPress! And, as one of the core organising team I can say that it is definitely going to be much fun. 🙂 No matter whether you are beginner and what to learn... Continue Reading →

The new TBO Web Design Book has landed!

The book is called ‘Experiences – Volume 1‘ and contains 24 short articles from folks in the web & creative sector. The idea was to create something which is pickup-able, browse-able and relevant and features contributions from: Pete Seymour, Liz Elcoate, Phil Murphy, Christian Senior, Danny Bluestone, Kristina Auckland, Simon Jones, Jack Barber, Jamie Huskisson, Katie Cory,... Continue Reading →

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