I am a London-based WordPress Developer who graduated from the London South Bank University. I am into Creative Web Design, Custom WordPress Theme Development, Digital Design, Video content creation, and Graphic Design.

I started my journey in this creative industry as a simple admirer of Web Technology, especially the script language that powers dynamic web content such as eCommerce websites, login sessions, animation, cookies and more.

Despite the fact, that I was a PC maintenance technician, my curiosity for Web Technologies brought me to CONEL College, Birbeck University, and then London South Bank University.

Currently, I am trying to shed light on the most technical asked questions by clients; which start with “How to …?”, or “how…?”.

As a WordPress user, you understand that the platform is highly customizable, but the sheer number of questions and requests can be overwhelming.

That’s why I’ve developed a solution that is both flexible and efficient: a custom WordPress theme that leverages the power of JavaScript, WordPress core functionalities, PHP MySQL, and ACF( Advanced Custom Fields Pro).

With this theme, I can solve many problems or tackle any challenge that comes my way. Whether it’s adding new features, optimizing for speed, or improving overall performance, I have complete control over every aspect of the website. And because I’m using WordPress core functionalities and ACF, I can easily add new functionality directly into the function file, without worrying about compatibility issues or other complications.

Best of all, the custom WordPress theme is designed to be fast-loading and responsive, ensuring that your website will load quickly and perform flawlessly on any device. With this powerful tool at my disposal, I can provide my clients with a solution that not only meets their current needs but also future-proofs their website for years to come.

So if you’re looking for a reliable, effective solution for your WordPress needs, look no further than my service.  With this custom WordPress theme and its advanced features, flexible design, and rock-solid performance, it’s the perfect solution for any website owner.

What are my strengths?

As a web designer and WordPress developer, my strengths are:

  1. Technical skills: My proficiency in web development languages such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, and MySQL, along with my expertise in WordPress, allows me to build functional and aesthetically pleasing websites.
  2. Design skills: My creative eye and ability to design visually appealing websites that reflect the brand and its values can set me apart from the rest.
  3. Communication skills: My ability to effectively communicate with clients, understand their requirements, and translate them into actionable development tasks is crucial in delivering a website that meets their expectations.
  4. Problem-solving skills: My expertise in identifying and solving technical issues that may arise during development, and my ability to find innovative solutions to complex problems, can help me overcome challenges that others may struggle with.
  5. Attention to detail: My meticulous attention to detail ensures that every aspect of the website is thoroughly tested and optimized for maximum performance and user experience.
  6. Adaptability: My ability to stay up to date with the latest web development technologies and trends and adapt to changing requirements ensures that I remain competitive in the ever-evolving web design and development landscape.
  7. Time management: My ability to manage my time efficiently, prioritize tasks, and meet deadlines is crucial in delivering quality work within budget and on time.
What are my short-term and long-term goals?

As a web designer and WordPress developer, my short-term and long-term goals are:

Short-term goals:

  1. Improving my proficiency in WordPress by exploring advanced topics such as diving even deeper into custom post types, theme development, and plugin development.
  2. Keeping up-to-date with the latest web design trends and technologies by regularly reading industry blogs and attending webinars.
  3. Expanding my network by attending conferences and networking events, and by engaging with other professionals in online communities.
  4. Developing effective communication skills to understand my client’s requirements and deliver their vision in a timely and professional manner.

Long-term goals:

  1. Becoming an expert in a specific area of web design or WordPress development, such as e-commerce development.
  2. Contributing to the WordPress community by developing and sharing plugins or themes, or by contributing to the core codebase.
  3. Achieving industry recognition and awards for my contributions to web design and WordPress development.
  4. Continuously improving my skills and knowledge by pursuing higher education or certifications, such as a postgraduate degree in web development.
  5. Establishing my own WordPress development agency and possibly using technology to empower African children.
What or who can matter most to me?

As a web designer and WordPress developer, what matters most to me can vary depending on my personal goals and values:

  1. Client satisfaction: As a service provider, ensuring that my clients are happy with the websites I design and develop is crucial. Building strong relationships with my clients and understanding their needs can help me deliver websites that meet their expectations and reflect their brand.
  2. User experience: Creating websites that are optimized for usability, accessibility, and performance is important to me. By putting myself in the shoes of the end users and designing with their needs in mind, I can create websites that are intuitive, user-friendly, and engaging.
  3. Personal growth and development: Continuously learning and improving my skills and knowledge is important to me. Pursuing my passions, exploring new technologies, and taking on new challenges can help me stay competitive and deliver high-quality work.
  4. Collaboration and teamwork: If I work with other designers, developers, or project managers, effective communication, collaboration, and teamwork can be essential in delivering successful projects. Sharing ideas, working together to solve problems, and building strong relationships with my colleagues can help ensure that the project is completed on time and within budget.
  5. Industry trends and best practices: Staying up-to-date with the latest industry trends and best practices is important to me. By regularly reading industry blogs, attending webinars, and participating in online communities, I can stay informed and deliver modern and cutting-edge websites to my clients.

Ultimately, what matters most to me as a web designer and WordPress developer is creating high-quality websites that meet the needs of my clients and their users, while continuously learning and improving my skills and knowledge.

What are the new trends I may be interested to learn?

As a WordPress developer, I am always interested in learning about new trends and technologies that can help me create modern and cutting-edge websites.

  1. Headless WordPress: I believe that Headless WordPress is an exciting new approach to building websites that can provide more flexibility and better performance. I’m interested in learning how to leverage WordPress as a CMS while using a different front-end framework.
  2. Voice User Interfaces (VUI): I think that designing for VUI is becoming increasingly important as more users interact with smart speakers and voice assistants. I’m interested in learning how to design and develop websites that work seamlessly with voice commands and provide a better user experience.
  3. Progressive Web Apps (PWA): I see PWAs as the future of web development, and I’m interested in learning how to create them. I believe that PWAs can provide a more engaging and seamless user experience across multiple devices.
  4. Motion design: I’m fascinated by the potential of motion design to enhance the user experience and create more engaging websites. I’m interested in learning how to design and implement animations and micro-interactions that can make a website stand out.
  5. Dark mode: I think that dark mode is a great feature that can improve the user experience and reduce eye strain. I’m interested in learning how to design and implement dark mode on my websites to provide a more user-friendly experience.

By staying up-to-date with the latest trends and technologies, I can continue to provide high-quality web design and development services to my clients.


Expand Blue is a custom WordPress theme designed to achieve a high level of complexity, but also optimized for speed in order to deliver a great user experience (UX).

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37 Sheldon Court Lansdowne Green London SW8 2BE

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074 11862931

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