Robert Spangler

UI/UX designer & front-end developer


Introducing WP Maintainer

WP MaintainerHot off the presses, today we’re launching along with WordPress 3.5. If you have a WordPress site, WP Maintainer makes your life simple and helps fight perspiration when updating your installation, hitting the oops button, or battling security concerns.

Here’s the long list of features, and below, in my opinion, are the key features:

  • All WordPress Updates
  • Scheduled backups
  • Security audit + monitoring by Sucuri
  • Free WordPress migration, if needed
  • 1 hour of development time (plugin install, audit, css fix, etc.)
  • Discounted development costs

Why do I need this?

This is mainly for clients and site admins, not developers or super users (unless you want to get paid every month for referring people).

The people working on your site are experienced and are all involved in the WordPress community, your information and accounts are treated like the Crown Jewels, and we understand business and the web.


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About Robert

I work with clients ranging from local small businesses and non-profits to large Fortune 500 companies.

If you think I'm the right guy for your project, please feel free to give me a shout.

I am a full-time freelance website designer and front-end developer from Baltimore, Maryland, currently living in Nairobi, Kenya.

I design and code for user experience on the web with special attention on mobile devices. I come from a background in eCommerce and lead generation, which I'm very good at. I spend most of my time personalizing and creating customized WordPress themes for clients. Other than designing websites I spend time with family, study, occasionally tweet, and rarely +.