My name is Kim Christiansen and I develop, optimize, secure and maintain WordPress websites for people that want to work on their content, not on their WordPress site.
I’ve been in information technology, supporting content creator, for over 20 years. I’ve seen the desktop publishing revolution and the desktop color revolution. I’ve been surfing the internet wave since the very beginning, seeing the dramatic and profound effect it would have on how we communicate. Along the way I’ve worked with printers, design firms, ad agencies, photographers, artists and individuals to bring creative content to life.
I was a little suspect of WordPress at first. But as how WordPress worked became clear, I realized the power of what it represented. An easy to use, self-publishing platform, available to everyone, for free. It was the complete democratization of publishing, removing the barriers between you and your audience. Well, except WordPress is really complex underneath, it’s so vast and extensible that security problems and compatibility issues can eat up all of your time.
I started out focusing on WordPress security. And that’s still a main focus because without a secure base to work from, you can’t get your word out. But that focus left so many other unanswered questions. Like why is the site so slow? How do add this feature or do that thing? How can I make it easier for my customers to do business with me? How can I get more out of Google AdSense and Google Analytics? How do I do an email list? Can we make my logo bigger?
Answering these questions required I broaden my services to encompass all technical aspects of WordPress and connected services. I’m the technical person who builds your website, glues the bits pieces together and keeps things running. I’m not a designer by trade, this website should be ample evidence of that (It does look like this on purpose though). I take your design and bring it to life in WordPress. I give you a solid base to work from, creating content with confidence, knowing I have your back after the site’s up and running. In short:
I develop, optimize, secure and maintain WordPress websites for people that
want to work on their content, not on their WordPress site.