This month I had the privilege of developing a new site in WordPress for a Canadian non-profit called thisvillage. Designed by my good friend and extremely talented designer Zach Bulick, I developed a custom WordPress theme for their site. Go ahead, check ’em out, and make a donation to their cause!
This last week was an interesting milestone, in a way. We had the full week (minus the holiday Monday) free to work on our final projects for the end of our time at BCIT. I call it a milestone, because there is a sense in which it feels like an introduction to working in the […]
To my legions of faithful readers: my apologies for the tardy post! I had the chance to visit a dear friend near Seattle this weekend, so I jumped at the chance without having the time to write. Please forgive me. There’s not actually too much to say about this last week, beyond what I already […]
This week marks the beginning of the light at the end of the tunnel. Our first major group project has been more or less wrapped up, our final projects have been assigned, and there are only a few courses left. The biggest course remaining, WordPress, we have just begun this week. Like Drupal, WordPress is […]
As it turns out, putting together a site from Drupal isn’t quite as straightforward as I imagined. With practice, however, much can be accomplished. My challenge has less to do with creating a template, with regions into which content can be inserted, as it has to do with operating the CMS itself. With Drupal, one […]