Today we have Juan Pablo from the Shock Family, you might be familiar with ThemeShock or the WP Theme Generator, which has been making waves lately. Let’s get to know him a bit more, I’m sure you’ll find this interview very interesting.
It’s been some time since we had an interview here on WPMayor.com, but we’re back with a bang! Our guest today is none other than Andrew Powers, the founder of super popular theme builder Pagelines Framework. I think this is a very interesting read for you guys, I certainly enjoyed it myself. Be sure to check out Andrew’s idea on how WordPress could be improved, I think it’s quite an original move he’s proposing.
This time the interview doesn’t take place on our site WPMayor, however I still wanted to let you know about this really interesting interview I came across lately. It’s with Aaron Brazell, a top WordPress developer who specialises in high-end plugins.
Today’s interview brings us in touch with Simon Fairbairn, a WordPress freelance designer and developer who has been travelling around the world since 2010. Let’s discover how he manages to combine his love of travelling with keeping clients happy with his WordPress freelance services.
Today we interview Galin Simeonov from AlienWP. Galin has release a couple of really popular minimal responsive themes. The best thing is that you can grab them for free from his site www.alienwp.com. In the interview we discuss Galin’s work with WordPress and also talk about the usefulness of frameworks when developing.
Today we have with us Gilbert Pellegrom, who describes himself as a Web Developer, Software Engineer & Part-time Entrepreneur living in the North of Scotland. Perhaps you will quickly recognise him when we talk about Nivo Slider, the massively successful WordPress slider he built and continues to refine. I was very glad to have the opportunity to gain an insight into Gilbert’s work life, and I think you will find the interview very interesting….
It’s time for another interview in our series, this time we have Amir Helzer with us. Amir is the founder of WPML, one of the very best Multilingual plugins for WordPress. Amir has been working on WPML for a number of years now, and has built a team of 15 people who are involved with this project. In the interview, Amir tells us how he got started with WordPress, some tips for building a company around WP, and also introduces two new plugins, Types and Views.
Today we continue our series of interviews with WordPress developers by having a chat with Matthew Ruddy, developer of the excellent Riva Slider. If you’re looking for a slider plugin, that’s one of the best WordPress sliders available, and you should definitely give it a try. Matthew is still very young but has already experienced success, selling more than a 1000 units of his plugin. Matthew has kindly offered to give away 3 copies of Riva Slider to our readers. All you have to do is tweet about this post and post a link to your tweet in the comments…
We continue our series of interviews with WordPress rockstars today by having a chat with Pippin Williamson, a very talented plugin developer who is known for his many plugins available on CodeCanyon, as well as his tutorial site Pippin’s Plugins.
Pippin has managed to create a freelance business focusing on WordPress plugin development, and I am sure it will be very interesting for those of you out there who dream of concentrating fully on WordPress work in a freelance environment.
Being a freelance developer myself, I found Pippin’s hardware setup as well as his views on marketing oneselff very interesting. Read on…
Today we team up with Dean Wormald from ‘You Make the Website’, a very interesting character who talks to us about working with WordPress, travelling and freelancing. He also gives us an insight into his plans for this year, including the launch of some very interesting tools for freelancers.