What Clients Say
I recommend Kirsten without reservation. She listened carefully to my design ideas and then brought them to life, coaching me through developing the look and feel of a great looking website. Her attention to detail – fonts, colours and layout – really show in the final site. Need a great designer that can bring together the technical and artistic – look no further.
As a designer, it’s critical for me to work with an interactive developer who is resourceful, reliable and knowledgeable. Kirsten has all those qualities and more. No matter what questions I have on a project, she’ll have the answers for and, if she’s not sure, she’ll investigate. Kirsten is an inquisitive and adaptable developer – prerequisite qualities for designing or coding interactive material. She is an expert in her field with an open mind and a generous nature – a professional relationship I’m very happy to continue.
I don’t think I’ve ever met anyone with such a breadth of talent in so many areas… and she doesn’t just dabble, she masters everything she puts her mind to. She pretty much just decides to do something, and then a month later she’s great at it. I’m telling you, she can do anything. ANYTHING!
I’ll be giving a presentation again this year at WordCamp Vancouver. This one is called “How to Stay Calm and Troubleshoot Your WordPress Code” – a brief introduction to problem-solving and isolating bugs and issues on your website whilst remaining cool as a cucumber. Tickets for the event will likely sell out, so register now, and […]
I’m featured in an article in the Vancouver Sun today on independent workers in the gig economy, talking about the pros and cons of the freelance life. Having been working as an independent contractor for all but a few years since coming back to Canada in 2002, it’s hard to imagine ever giving up the flexibility and […]
I’m writing this from Ubud, Bali, where I’ve been living for the past three weeks. Until next spring, I’ll be embracing the digital nomad life, and taking my work with me. I’ve been getting my WordPress work done at the world-renowned Hubud, one of Bali’s finest coworking spaces. Next week, I’ll be setting up in the much more […]
I just attended this year’s WordCamp Vancouver, and realized I’m well overdue for a new post here.
In 2016, I explored the joys and challenges of remote working by spending a few months in India, and balancing travel and meditation with ongoing project work. I’ve been involved in a few rich and complex WordPress development projects, one that hasn’t launched yet, and a suite […]