I’ve been creating websites with WordPress since the first version in 2003 and professionally since 2006.
WordPress projects are the main focus of my professional career and I contribute to the community as a theme and plugin developer, translation editor and WordCamp speaker and co-organizer. My open-source plugins are currently being used on over 20,000 websites.
I am currently developing and managing website projects and API integrations at Say Hello, supporting clients directly and providing technical and conceptual support to partner agencies.
I have presented at WordCamp events in Switzerland several times, sharing my experience and design review techniques.
Modular Functionality – Organizing Your Code To Make WordPress Development Easier
WordCamp Geneva, 2016
Programming and design
I’ve either conceived, designed, developed or collaborated on the following projects as part of my work for my employers.
Blog posts about WordPress
If you’re writing a plugin which needs to connect to a third-party service, there’s a relatively high chance that you’ll need to store credentials securely.
Using a third-party service to compare your website before and after a technical update.
Block Patterns, Block Variations and Reusable Blocks. How and why they’re useful and implementable.
Building a single-selection category selector for WordPress Gutenberg using React.
A simpler alternative to wrapping a Gutenberg edit component with a higher-order component.
How I used manual content structuring and the power of the WordPress Site Editor to set up what we believe to be the first non-plugin-based multilingual WordCamp website.
There are several translation plugins in the WordPress ecosystem, each of which has its strengths and weaknesses when it comes to translating and managing multilingual content. There is also the brilliant plugin Loco Translate, which I’ve been using for a very long time to translate English strings in plugins and themes. (Usually German, French and […]
Finding out custom user capabilities via the REST API, to determine whether or not to add a custom sidebar in the Gutenberg block editor.