I originally planned to have what is now CalderaWP ready by October 1st of last year. I also planned on working alone. The delay is proof of the proverb that Corey Miller from iThemes always quotes in his awesome WordCamp talks: “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” Instead, I teamed up with David Cramer, who met through working on the Pods Framework project. And today we launch with six products, a nice handful of free plugins and have more in the pipeline. More importantly, thanks to David, they are way better than anything I could have made alone. User Experience Is All That Matters For your site visitors, how the page that they are looking at in their browser got there doesn’t matter. The only thing that matters is that its usability. For site owners, no matter how many things a plugin can do, if the UI isn’t intuitive, then none of those cool features matter. That’s why our motto is “Transform Your WordPress Experience.” For our plugins, limiting page loads, and intuitive experience is our priority, front-end and backend. That’s not all. Next month, we will begin offering WordPress training for WordPress developers. One of the most amazing parts
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