WordPress co-founder, Matt Mullenweg, is on a mission to “democratise publishing”.
For small businesses, WordPress gives you control of your website. It allows you to market your business online and puts you on a level playing field with even the biggest companies. For bloggers, it’s a creative outlet to express expertise and opinions.
At Callia Web, we love how WordPress enables almost anyone to have a voice on the web. This is why our name means “beautiful voice”.
Our mission is to build a website just for you, so that you too will have your own voice online.
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Jo is located in Marlborough, Wiltshire and is happy to meet you in person if you’re local to the area. Or we can have a virtual consultation via Skype.
After a long career in IT Support, Jo left to fulfil a lifelong desire to start her own business. The first business was an e-commerce store and Jo embraced the supportive micro business community, helping others with their websites and other technical issues. Jo sold the store in 2011 to focus on designing and developing websites for small businesses and bloggers. Specialising in the WordPress content management system and the Genesis Framework, Jo was delighted when in 2015 Callia Web became a StudioPress Recommended Genesis Developer.
Jo is an active member of the WordPress community, attending many WordCamps each year, speaking at WordCamp London in 2015 about “Going Freelance” and being on the organising team of WordCamp London 2016.
Jo works from the Marlborough office.
Leeann began her career as a web designer working on internal and external websites for a global investment bank. This led on to a role within marketing overseeing the design of a number of investment websites and rebranding projects.
After a break for a few years to raise a family and concentrate on some of her own creative projects Leeann joined the Callia Web team in 2015. Leeann has a degree in design and her core skills include designing and developing websites in a number of content management systems including WordPress.
Leeann works from the Marlborough office.
Tesher began hand-coding websites in the 1990’s before studying animation at St Martins and landing her first job in digital, working in software design for a mobile phone start up.
Several years at a large London based e-commerce site awakened a keen desire to learn more about how to put user experience at the centre of any design process.
Tesher brings both technical and creative skills to create design solutions for clients' website and marketing needs.