IronGlove provided development services as a partnered subcontractor to modify and improve the PHP templating structure, integrate new features, and improve the blog layout. We worked diligently with Webship Solutions to integrate multiple points of contact across the site using ActiveCampaign, as well as connecting some buttons to modals that triggered downloads for user content. Overall templating was improved in PHP using Foundation and a hybrid Elementor integration to provide better responsiveness with some page templates. The blog itself was modified to provide more readability across a number of devices and styles were updated using Sass to provide better readability and to integrate new sections and features to mimic the original custom theme.
DONE RIGHT THE FIRST TIME
As a professional developer that focuses on providing services to other agencies, don't ask me to cut corners or put a band-aid on it. There's a right way and a wrong way to reprioritize work and speed up production time that doesn't involve creating problems for clients. If you want my help, we're going to do this ethically, correctly, and to standards.
REALISTIC PROJECT PLANNING
When I work with your agency, expect me to be a good listener, to be confident in what I do, and to never sugarcoat things for you. If something needs to be said for the sake of your reputation and the client's project, then expect to hear it from me first. We'll work together to come up with a realistic, professional plan for your clients that won't cause them pain.
RIGHT TOOL FOR THE RIGHT JOB
I don't believe in slamming out cheap templates, using stock settings, or working fast and cheap. It's not only your harming your business image as an agency, but it will destroy my reputation as a professional developer. While I'm more than happy to help you, don't ask me to do things that should be found on cheap offshore contractor sites.
My goal is to work in unison with your agency as a contracted senior member of your team to augment the skills and expertise you don't have in-house. We'll need to work closely together and learn to trust one another. So expect a tight working relationship with professional pushback, and you'll need to be ready to grow from day one to be successful.