Hi, I'm Chris.
I work with transformational organizations, working hard to make the world better, while providing a meaningful livelihood for themselves and their families.
I help you reach your audience with love, effectiveness, and fun, using WordPress and other technologies, and helping you craft authentic messages, and then integrate those messages with the technology, to create fun and meaningful systems.
- Over 12 years experience building WordPress websites for small business startups and learn organizations,
- Focusing on visionary and transformational leaders throughout many industries
- I bring a breadth of web development and front-end design experience
- Compassionate, heart-centered, yet practical consulting on all things WordPress and related communications technologies
- Integrate email, web, FaceBook, and other marketing methods
- Create your doable content matrix
- Support and community to get the job done
- Learn the ways to really align with your ideal clients
- Align the technological systems with the methods you love to do
- Develop deep understandings of how to reach and develop long-lasting relationships
This is a beautiful movement. As we become more and more aware that more is not always better, people have begun to innovate in the other direction, by asking: How can we do less? As all productivity folks (or, spiritual teachers) have pointed out, our attention is a critical resource. The mind’s temptation to expend attention everywhere only dissipates…
Personal notes here. Using jQuery Picture for dynamically selecting which size of an image to load in which case. It’s awesome. You wrap your image an an HTML5 element, and give it data-* attributes for different @media query breakpoints (that’s how responsive-ness works), and it intelligently loads the image for that breakpoint. As the default image, you…
A fun little “happy birthday” video showing Strayhorn (WordPress 1.5), which was the version when I started working with WordPress.
CSS is the formatting language of the web. If it’s mysterious to you, it needn’t be! No longer do you have to be beholdin’ to the whims of web developers—learn what this CSS thing is all about, and how YOU can apply it with simple techniques that can transform the look of your…
Faith Goble via Compfight Brian Krogsgard (@krogsgard): Are more plugins a bad thing? Versus fewer plugins? Pippin Williamson (@pippinsplugins): No—not at all! I run about 80 plugins on each of my sites. Brian Krogsgard: It’s a common myth, in the community, though. Pippin Williamson: Absolutely. My sites are my livelihood. 80 plugins doesn’t bother me…