When he's not being a complete goofball, “they” drag Justyn into the office where he pretends to be a Senior Editor and Content Engineer at Creative Content Experts — a content marketing firm out of NW Arkansas. He has 10+ years’ experience in technical writing and geek-related fields. He loves WordPress, coffee, and peanut butter a little too much.

Justyn's articles

  1. Responsive, Real-Time Graphs in WordPress: Plugins and Plotting

    This entry is part 4 of 6 in the series Build Responsive, Real-Time Graphs in WordPress

    This entry is part 4 of 6 in the series Build Responsive, Real-Time Graphs in WordPressIn this part of our series on creating a responsive, real-time graphs within a WordPress site, we’re going to finally get to the good stuff! The last three parts were for getting the newer designers up to speed. If you’re […]

  2. How to Handle Price-Sensitive Design Clients

    Over the years, I’ve found that clients typically fall into two extremes when it comes to pricing: the “I don’t care” crowd, and price-sensitive clients. Of course, my favorites are the ones that don’t care about the price, but these are few and far between. Generally speaking, most clients seem to fall into one of […]

  3. Responsive, Real-Time Graphs in WordPress: Form Processing

    This entry is part 3 of 6 in the series Build Responsive, Real-Time Graphs in WordPress

    This entry is part 3 of 6 in the series Build Responsive, Real-Time Graphs in WordPressIn this series, we’ve been building out the functionality needed to create amazing, real-time graphs. Up to this point we’ve done the following: Part 1 We loaded a base plugin that loads our graph libraries We uploaded a blank PHP […]

  4. Build Responsive, Real-Time Graphs in WordPress: Functions and Data

    This entry is part 2 of 6 in the series Build Responsive, Real-Time Graphs in WordPress

    This entry is part 2 of 6 in the series Build Responsive, Real-Time Graphs in WordPressIn the first part of this series, we covered the basics of setting up customized WordPress functions. Here’s a quick recap of the steps if you skipped ahead: We installed the Flot for WordPress plugin We uploaded custom-workout.php to the […]

  5. How To Install jQuery Mobile on Your WordPress Site the Right Way

    So, you want to start taking advantage of some of the fantastic new jQuery Mobile features on your WordPress site, but you could use some guidance as to the best way to get up and running fast. No problem! With this quick walkthrough, I’ll show you the “right way” to get WordPress to load jQuery […]

  6. How To (and Why You Should) Build a Reading Mode in WordPress

    A “reading mode” as I define it is an optional minimalist view that website visitors can use to view your post content. What I’ve put together is ultra-minimalist — it’s nothing but the content: no sidebar, and no ads. It’s touch-sensitive and responsive, so mobile users won’t have any problem using it. I also added a […]