Developers for hire
Let’s face it. At times, we all need help and can’t do it alone. We also can’t be good at everything. Over the course of my web design career, I’ve learned to narrow my focus on the tasks that I enjoy. These are also the ones I do very well. I also dislike saying no and love to provide connections to those who may be able to help. The following list of people are such folks. They are great at what they do, otherwise, I wouldn’t recommend them. Feel free to contact them if you think their skills would be better suited to your needs than mine.
Catherine Winters, Drupal Queen
Can’t decide between Drupal or WordPress? Catherine has experience in both and is very comfortable with either one. She also has a background in writing and design and is very fond of typography. If Catherine seems familiar to you, it might be because you’ve encountered her on Second Life or read her book, Second Life: The Official Guide.
Curtis McHale, WordPress Developer
Outdoor and cycling enthusiast, Curtis is a web designer/developer focusing mainly on WordPress. Curtis is my go-to guy for e-commerce integration. He’s worked with various e-commerce platforms and is very comfortable finding the best one for his clients. Curtis is also proficient with Ruby on Rails, JQuery and various other programming languages.
Denim & Steel, Software Designers
Have an idea for a new product or service but unsure if it should be a website, web app or perhaps you just need some clarifications on how best to approach it? Todd Sieling and Tylor Sherman at Denim & Steel, are software developers who’ve been working on the web for many years. Their primary focus is to make high-end digital applications and be your guide to understanding the digital world.
Desperately Seeking WordPress, Genesis Theme Framework Diva
Are you looking for someone who can help you out put together a website based on the Genesis theme framework? Look no further than DSWP. Cathy and her team work mainly with the Genesis framework and are very comfortable with it. Their main focus is WordPress set up, but they can also help you with website design, maintenance, facebook integration , etc…
Kim Woodbridge, WordPress Assistant
Do you have a blog already? Happy overall, but you just need a few tweaks? In that case you don’t need a programmer, you need someone like Kim who will listen to you and implement the plugins you need, customize the bits that are a bit too tricky for you and give you blogging and social media advice along with it.
Lift Studios, Interactive Design Agency
If interactive design is what you are seeking and want to move beyond the web, then look no further than Lift Studios. As the creative director and founder of Lift Studios, Haig has been creating strategies, designing and developing branding, advertising and interactive projects for over 15 years. Haig has taught Design and Web Strategy courses at Emily Carr and Simon Fraser Universities & Langara College.
Thrive Wire, Artistic Web Designer
If technical jargon makes you uncomfortable and would prefer to work with an artist, Sunshine Coast-based web designer, Tzaddi Gordon, might be the person for you. With a degree in fine-arts from world-renowned Emily Carr University, Tzaddi knows how to craft beautiful, one-of-a-kind designs that foster her clients’ success.