Changing lives: Alexandra Spalato

In this new episode of Changing lives, we’ll meet with Alexandra Spalato an experienced web designer, front-end and WordPress developer. She’s specialized in several areas like building custom themes using the Genesis framework, WooCommerce, PSD to HTML and also Foundation, Bootstrap, just to name a few of them. During the interview, she’ll share with us…

The how-to guide to start with WordPress outsourcing [FREEBIE]

WordPress has recently reached a tremendous milestone in its history, specifically in its market share: the “scrappy open source underdog” now powers 25% of all the CMS-based websites of the entire Web. If you look at its quick adoption rate, this news doesn’t come completely unexpected. Still, it’s an impressive result. From a business perspective,…

Changing lives: Nathan Reimnitz

In this new episode of Changing lives, we’ll meet with Nathan Reimnitz a web developer with 8+ years of experience in everything web related, with a focus on website and mobile game development. He’s specialized in CSS, HTML, Javascript, Photoshop, PHP, PSD to HTML, Responsive design, UX. He’ll share with us his insights and thoughts…

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The Minimum viable WordPress Plugins Setup For Your New Website

As of today (end of October 2015), the WordPress plugins repository accounts for 40k+ plugins, which generated more than 1 billion downloads. Wow, right? Numbers aside, plugins are one of the main factors that make the WordPress ecosystem growing its user base so rapidly. WordPress plugins are the first choice for many when they need…

Welcome to “Changing lives”, freelancing stories from WordPress experts

There are thousands of WordPress developers and designers around the world who decided that freelancing was the best way to cut out a living and express themselves through their job. These people are professionals, experts in their fields who work on a daily basis with other people around the world in need of their experience…

How to write a WordPress project brief: The Blueprint

What if I tell you more than 45% of the projects posted here on Codeable are skipped because none of our 191 WordPress experts wants to take them?! That’s a lot, isn’t it? One of the main reason is clear to us (and developers too): project briefs are poorly executed. Thus, almost nobody wants to…

How to hire a WordPress developer when you know nothing about code

Of all the WordPress users, I’m pretty sure the majority of them don’t know everything about what’s happening behind their website, e-commerce, or blog built on this open source software. Sure, some of them might know HTML and CSS; others are even able to hide post dates or edit some PHP lines, but that’s all….

7 crucial aspects to outsourcing WordPress projects

Outsourcing WordPress projects is a great way to scale your business. But it could also be a double-edged sword. On one hand, outsourcing can make your business keep up with unexpected work or just provide clients a product/service you aren’t able with your in-house resources. And that’s awesome. On the other, when done wrong, it…