We’re proud to share the news that local WordPress developer and community organizer, Kenneth White, has joined forces with Nashville Geek, expanding the company’s expertise in theme, plugin and application development via the new WP REST API.
“I’m excited to have an opportunity to sharpen my skills as a developer,” Kenneth White, now lead developer at Nashville Geek, says about melding his company, sprclldr, into the geek team. “Running my own business was a great experience, but now I get the chance to focus on application problem solving and the quality of finished product.”
Nashville Geek is growing, building a team of experienced design and development professionals who are dedicated to staying on the forefront of WordPress as it matures from single-site publishing to more complex business needs. The addition of Kenneth to the team brings another level to our ability to create better-organized & accessible content management for our clients.
With a fifteen-year history as a graphic designer before diving headlong into web development, Kenneth has a unique perspective on coding. “I’ve always been adamant about using design thinking to make information engaging and clear, so that technology isn’t a barrier. From application planning to conversion of the brand experience into a positive user-experience, we develop tailored solutions for each of our clients. My greatest joy is hearing from our clients that their site is easy to manage or that we’ve simplified some previously clunky process, giving them time for more important things like managing their business or helping their clients.
“WP REST API is exciting because it allows us to customize those solutions even further with custom admins, front-ends and network data distribution. We’re only seeing the beginning of what it will allow us to do.”
Scott Farr, co-owner and senior developer at Nashville Geek says, “Kenneth has been a friend and colleague for many years. He’s the perfect fit for our small Geek family, and we’re proud to have him aboard. His diverse experience in all aspects of the web development game helps to raise the bar for the whole team. I look forward to seeing how our team evolves from here.”
Learn more about Nashville Geek and their WordPress capabilities at www.nashvillegeek.com.