Project Link: www.givingpress.com My Involvement: I am the co-founder and creator of GivingPress. I designed and developed the GivingPress website, GivingPress Pro theme and the free GivingPress Lite theme. In addition, I designed the brand and wrote the majority of the website content. I continue to provide support and ongoing improvements to the website and themes.
Project Link: www.organicthemes.com Project Description: Organic Themes is a premium WordPress theme shop founded by David Morgan and Jeff Milone. The site was launched in February of 2010 with 6 themes. It was an immediate success. With a continually growing theme collection and reputation for quality design and great support, Organic Themes remains one of
Project Link: www.kahunahost.com Project Description: Kahuna Host is a managed WordPress hosting company founded by David Morgan and Jeff Milone. The service caters specifically to WordPress powered websites and features automatic installation of the platform with a premium Organic Theme upon sign-up — a true instant setup solution for professional websites. In 2014 we sold
Project Link: www.swelltheme.com Project Description: The Swell Theme is a free theme for the WordPress community, with a premium version released on Organic Themes. The WordPress community has provided a good life for me, and some of the people I’ve met in this industry have become great friends. I designed and developed the Swell Theme as
Project Link: 2015.maui.wordcamp.org Project Description: WordCamp Maui was the first official WordPress conference held in the Hawaiian islands. Speakers from all over the world gathered to share their knowledge of all things WordPress. WordCamps are nonprofit events funded by the WordPress organization. All organizers volunteers their time and expertise. It’s an awesome way to give
Project Link: www.invulu.com Project Description: Invulu, Inc. is the corporation for the Organic Themes and Kahuna Host online businesses. It’s owned and operated by David Morgan and Jeff Milone. The name “Invulu” was conceived by the founders. It’s a combination of the words “invention” and the Hawaiian word “ulu,” which means “to grow.” My Involvement: I am a