Over the last few weeks, the WordPress community has been awash with some big conversations about the future of commerical WordPress businesses (specifically theme and plugin sellers). Some big names like Chris Lema, Tom McFarlin, and Chris Wallace have all weighed in, and I suggest you head over to WP Tavern’s bumper post to catch up Read moreKeep Reading
As 2013 winds down and we get into the swing of things for Christmas and New Years Eve – your church’s website can often be the last thing on your mind. After all – once everyone has turned up for the Christmas service you’ve been promoting so heavily on the site – there’s nothing to Read moreKeep Reading
At Jordesign we’ve noticed that cost is often a major factor for Churches looking for websites. Many smaller churches can’t afford the cost of a fully custom developed site, but are interested in a solution where they aren’t locked into a pay-by-the-month solution.
We’re in the process of developing a WordPress based solution for Churches which will allow them to have an affordable website for a lower cost than a fully custom developed site. And the only ongoing cost will be an annual renewal for hosting, domain registration and support.Keep Reading
Hackagong 2013 was held last weekend – and once again I was privileged to be involved.
I teamed up once again with Rhys Powell (a super slick young web/iOS dev) and we managed to pump out a really polished final product by the end of the weekend. We created Whispr: a web app that allows private disposable chat without accounts, and without the need for a native app.Keep Reading
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