For the past couple of years, we’ve been ‘in the trenches’, learning how to deliver plain vanilla web sites using WordPress.
This month marks our transition from this learning period as we forge ahead with more advanced WordPress features and capabilities.
We’re planning 3 initial projects, all either internal or pro bono, to get the ball rolling.
- Food Press: a collection of custom post types and taxonomies designed to support a variety of restaurant and food service sites and web apps
- westerntel.ca: The first business site I created myself, a lifetime ago, will be converted to WordPress to support owner maintenance and the lessons learned from Food Press to provide a members-only sub-domain to share technical documentation with industry associates
- Harbourside Housing Co-op: The long-neglected (possibly defunct) site of the housing co-op I’ve lived in for the past 20 years. This will require some interesting segregation of content and functionality, providing general information to the public while serving as a central communication and organization hub for the members that already live here.
All in all, we’re anticipating a busy and downright fun second half of 2012. We’ll also be providing a more consistent presence here on our blog as we work our way through these projects. Here’s hoping we’re able to inspire our readers with the work we’ll be doing 🙂