Hannah is a freelancer in Bristol who offers web development (in WordPress of course!) and project management. She is also a bit of a chatty one so you’ll find her out and about giving talks and teaching. She instructs with our group sponsor DevelopMe, and runs a one day introduction to WordPress. In her downtime she loves being outside, usually accompanied by her golden retriever and partner Nick.
Simon has been developing websites for over a decade and is now focussed on back end and server maintenance. His main project outside of work is running Bristol WordPress People. Simon is passionate about music and is one of those people who is a sucker for a limited edition coloured vinyl.
Rob has been monkeying around with website development for more than 15 years and is sure that he’ll get the hang of it someday soon. When not in front of a computer you can find him teaching kids to code, building random electronic projects or geeking out over something or other.
A graphic and web designer for over 30 years, owner of Bristol based business, 123 Design, for 21 years, Janice Tye has been happily playing with WordPress for the last nine. She designs themes and makes WordPress websites work for each client in the way that they need it to work. She was one of the founding members of Bristol WordPress People and has enjoyed watching it grow. She is a committed attender of WordCamps and co-hosted the first Bristol WordCamp in 2017. Outside of work, she plays with her grandchildren and plans adventures.
As a content creator, Tess has used WordPress for 3 years and works at software start-up FlexiDB, managing the launch of Mind Doodle, an online mind map for teams that hooks up to the WordPress API. Responsible for digital communications and community building in her day job, Tess spends her free time writing, kayaking and attending festivals.
A psychology graduate with over 10 years’ experience in client services, Joyann has always been a problem solver. For the past 2 years, she has consulted with charities, small business and start-ups on how to use social media to solve their business problems. Projects ranged from streamlining ordering process, building brand awareness and growing professional networks.
Our motto is “a friendly and approachable community for everyone“.
We are an active group and growing all the time. Currently, we have around 650 members, covering all the different disciplines that relate to WordPress.
We aim to cater to all areas of interest and to all levels of expertise with a group that is welcoming for everyone.