Mid-year is here, and per usual, we have lots going on at WebDevStudios (WDS)! From new website launches to new clients and new employees, we have much to celebrate and share. Let’s get started.

Panels and Podcasts

Often referred to internally as our media darling, WDS CEO and Co-Founder, Brad Williams, was recently featured on a panel of experts and a podcast. On May 21st, MalCare, BlogVault, and WP Remote hosted a live panel discussion called “Managing the Current Uncertainty – Hear from the Best in WordPress.” Brad was among those “best,” sharing his ideas and insight for managing a business during these current times, as well as providing commentary on how consumer evolution has affected eCommerce. If you missed the event, you can watch it below.

 

Remote Work Leadership

We never tire saying it: WebDevStudios knows remote work. Operating as a 100% distributed company since it launched, WDS is well-versed in the practice of working from home. As such, Brad was invited to the Start Local podcast, a show hosted by Joe Casabona and Liam Dempsey, which focuses on businesses in Chester County, PA, and the greater Philly area as they try to navigate through the COVID-19 economy. In this episode, Brad highlights the advantages of working remotely and offer recommendations for structuring remote work. Click here to tune in now.

How to Make Customers Happy – Q&A with Greg

“At WebDevStudios, we only want to build and ship fast websites,” WDS Director of Engineering, Greg Rickaby, explains to WP Rocket in his interview on their blog. Read the full interview to find out how this dependable caching plugin helps us build successful websites for our clients.

New Employees

Help us welcome two new additions to our growing team. First, we have Senior Backend Engineer, Ashar Irfan, who describes himself as, “…the magician behind the curtain who makes WordPress websites work perfectly and ensures nothing is broken.” Ashar contributes to the WordPress core and is a big JavaScript and Node.js enthusiast.

Next, meet Bret Phillips, our new Digital Strategist. In this role, Bret is responsible for bridging the gap between sales and project operations by focusing on client needs analysis, requirements gathering, and project planning. Having worked in various professions, such as a developer, sales, project management, accounting, strategy, etc., gives Bret a unique perspective and makes him a great fit for WebDevStudios.

We’re Hiring!

Even with new faces added to our virtual hallways, WDS is still growing and hiring. We’re currently on the hunt for Lead, Backend, and Frontend Engineers, as well as a Sales Manager. Do any of these career opportunities appeal to you? Please visit our Careers page to learn more about working at WebDevStudios.

Note: studies show that minorities are less likely to apply if they do not meet 100% of the qualifications but we would love to hear from you even if you feel like you don’t meet every single qualification. We are open to training the right person who has the right attitude and fit.

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