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#1: WordPress WordPress Logo

I'm a freelance software developer based in the royal county of Berkshire.

I develop WordPress websites for the oil industry, cabinet manufacturers, construction companies, wedding venues, funeral directors, clubs, charities...

In fact, because the WordPress platform is very flexible and configurable, there is no industry sector that would not be suitable for me to develop a website for.

Check out some WordPress sites in the portfolio, below.

To ensure each website I build meets the exacting requirements it deserves I am able develop custom WordPress Themes, Plugins and Widgets.

Need an online shop?  Then I will also be able to help you through the process of getting your goods online.

How I work

If you need a brand new website we can work together to determine the ideal site for you and your business.

If you already have a website, or just an idea for a website, we can work together to determine what I can build for you.

Read more on How I work, or get in touch.


Training & Mentoring

If you wish to setup and create your own WordPress website but aren't too sure how to go about it, then why not book some 1 to 1 training sessions with me.  I can help you with any aspect from installing WordPress, administering a site, to editing site content and preparing images.  Or if you want to customise your own Theme get in touch.

If you have a team then why not consider my WordPress in a day training course on your premises?  Get in touch.

WordPress portfolio

[Here is a selection of some of my recent work using the WordPress framework]

Stag Geological

Stag Geological had a need to be able to update the website details themselves.  Not just the contact details, address etcetera, but also dates for their training courses.

The Old Mill

The Old Mill Aldermaston web site was rejuvenated from a static HTML site.  Adoption of the WordPress framework has allowed the site owners to take control of content updates and additions.

Aldermaston & Wasing Show

I developed a website for the the local village's produce show: Aldermaston & Wasing Show.  Initially the site was developed in static HTML, but soon it became evident that the CMS features of WordPress were required to ease update and new pages following the annual show.

Unofire

Unofire have a large list of services hat they provide.  Keeping these up-to-date on a static HTML website proved to be a cumbersome process.  By implementing their website using WordPress the whole process was simplified and greatly speeded up.