This is an unofficial project that provides wp-cli access to WP Engine installs. It also provides command-line access to trigger backups, clear cache, and sync databases.
This is a WordPress plugin that aims to do one thing and do it well. If you have updated your site’s permalinks, this plugin keeps your old links working. No settings, configuration. Just works.
Mobile Featured Images is a plugin that was inspired by requests I have gotten several times from designers. It adds an extra image to posts and pages that let you set a mobile-specific featured image.
Rather than relying on a scaled down version of your desktop featured image, you can add an image custom designed for a small screen.
WP Engine’s GeoIP plugin gives WordPress administrators an easy way to customize their site’s content based on the visitor’s physical location. I was the lead for the 1.1.0 and 1.2.0 releases which added a number of enhancements for site administrators to be able to use the plugin without direct developer intervention.
I am the lead developer of Velocitize, an online publication focusing on emerging digital marketing trends and sponsored by WP Engine. I led the launch of the site in Fall 2016 and have worked to maintain and improve it since that time.
I am the principal developer for the Torque Magazine website. Torque is a WordPress-focused online magazine sponsored by WP Engine, but which maintains editorial independence. I have overseen one major site redesign of Torque and continuous visual and structural improvements.
I am the primary developer for WP Engine’s public websites, especially wpengine.com. During that time I led two major redesigns of the site’s appearance, a cleanup of the legacy codebase that resulted in over 2 million fewer lines of code, and a move from SFTP-based deployments to continuous integration.
The site loads over 300% faster than it initially did, with the DOM regularly loading in less than 1 second. Conversion rates have increased close to 10% during my tenure managing the site.
I am the lead developer for SEUFolios, a WordPress-based ePortfolio platform for students. For students, the platform provides flexibility, course integration, and document embedding. For faculty, the platform provides an online assessment tool. SEUFolios is a single system that shares data across multiple CMS systems. English Writing, Religious and Theological Studies, Visual Studies, Modern Languages, and Communications departments, as well as the School of Education currently use SEUFolios. Discussions have taken place with the St. Edward’s president regarding commercializing the system.
[sitelink title=’SEUFolios’ link=’http://seufolios.org’]
This website is a custom build for a stock photo e-commerce site. It is built using Drupal 7, a heavily modified child of a popular theme, and Ubercart.
[sitelink title=’Stock Pics’ link=’http://stock-pics.com’]