Posts By: Paul

Remote Work Update - 4 months on


This is part three in a series about remote work at bv02. You can read part one here and part two here. It has been 4 months already and the European leg of my year-long remote working journey is over. I spent June in Prague, Czech Republic, then July in Ljubljana, Slovenia, August in Cavtat, Croatia and most... Read more »

Working remotely: a "Remote Year"


This is part two in a series of posts about remote work. Part one focused on remote work at bv02, how it’s going and how we do it. If you didn’t read it, you can find it here. In that post, I alluded to something new I’ll be doing with respect to remote work. I’m excited to announce that I will not only... Read more »

Working remotely at bv02 for two years - how is it going?


Hello from the West Coast! I’m Paul Wright, the long-time Information Architect, User Experience Designer, multi-tasker here at bv02. I’ve been at bv02 for almost 4 years and I’ve been working remotely from Vancouver for the past two. Things are about to get even more interesting on the remote working front,... Read more »

Running a Network of Sites with WordPress Multisite


One of the great and somewhat recent features of WordPress, the ubiquitous free and open-source content management system, is multisite, allowing you to operate a connected group of related websites. This is amazing because you can share code (including themes and plugins) between the sites, access all of the sites... Read more »