WP doin is a web company setup in 2012 that focuses its business around WordPress Theme and Plugin development. The whole thing started as a simple, single person running blog, with WordPress tips and tricks related to Gravity Forms and WooCommerce plugins.
Since then WP doin has managed to partner with Xfive and Goodie Website for an ongoing working opportunities. We’ve got more than 6 years of experience with respect to technology used, having created numerous small and mid sized websites, wordpress.org and client specific plugins.
We are offering the following services:
- From .psd Theme Development
- Custom WordPress Plugin Development
- WooCommerce Integration
- Gravity Forms Integration
- Migration of existing site from one hosting to another
Our prices start at $1000 per theme development. Small site tweaks, migration and plugin development prices usually vary, hence there’s no bottom border here.
Our development process is pretty straightforward: once received a submission we start off with an introductory call through Google Hangouts or Skype to figure out clients’ specific needs. We ask numerous questions, provide suggestions, estimated development time and a quote.
We appreciate technical documents that outline clients’ specific needs and also understand that non-technical client’s may need some suggestion and guidance.
Later on we switch to task based development approach working on Asana, giving our client’s access to a task based tool that simplifies the communication process. Once finished we present the client with a non-public subdomain based install of his site / plugin that he or she is free to review. After applying all of the changes requested we put the finished installation on the client’s hosting of choice.
What we excel at is an attention to detail. We do not propose unrealistic deadlines or accept any simplifications or problematic workarounds. Our goal is to provide something easy to manage, modify and use, taking into account future extensions as the business grows.
WordPress is not only a CMS: there are number of tools that facilitate website creation and speed up the development process. We use theme and plugin development frameworks, split the assets into logical and easy to reuse components, use github, bitbucket or gitlab to work on the code and test our creations across multiple devices.
WP Doin CEO