We’re Open for Business (again)!

Welcome. We are Open.
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Yes, we’re open for business. We never really left. Just wanted to send a friendly reminder.

And when I say “we”, I mostly just mean me (insert joke here); my life mate does the books and puts up with my incessant pleas of testing out my latest in-progress products.

It looks pretty. I’m not sure what it does. Is this red error message normal?

Pauli Loeffler – My life mate

That being said, I’m concentrating on the moment on providing custom plugins and custom Admin UI’s. Both things I am insanely good at.

I’ve done my best to post my prices, but honestly, custom plugins and admin UI’s are a lot of work and I’d prefer a fixed or variable/fixed cost for these efforts.

I’ve consolidated most of my work on my Resume page. Feel free to check that out.

And as a “Thank You” for reading this far (seriously, this post is short), I want to offer on a first-come first-serve basis a sample of my admin UI work. If you have a free plugin that needs some admin work, or you’re considering adding in a few options, please let me help you. It’ll be a portfolio piece. Just browse to my groovy landing page and fill out the form. If you’re a fit, and you’re first, I will begin by scheduling a Zoom call with you. If you need to know how I work, please read my Launch With Words case study.

If you’ve made it this far, here are some obligatory call-to-actions.

Cheers,

Ronald Huereca

Ronald Huereca
Ronald Huereca

Ronald Huereca

Ronald has been part of the WordPress community since 2006, starting off writing and eventually diving into WordPress plugin development and writing tutorials and opinionated pieces.

No stranger to controversy and opinionated takes on tough topics, Ronald writes honestly when he covers a topic.

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Ronald Huereca
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Ronald created MediaRon in 2011 and has more than fifteen years of releasing free and paid WordPress plugins.