Turning complexity into clarity.

Shawn DeWolfe is a Canadian Web Developer specializing in Drupal website design and WordPress website deployments.

Web Development

Web design has evolved. The ability to deliver user controlled content, to share, to make a website effective from every device is within reach. Two popular options for web design stand out. One for data heavy sites; and one for a turnkey experience.
  • For a turnkey way to connect your business with customers, click here.
  • To turn a wealth of data into clear information, click here.

Technology Consulting

Outside of web design, I have almost two decades of IT work (hardware support, database development, app development, project management) and I have experience reaching back into the 1980s. I have seen lots of projects get completed and lots of problems get solved. Let Shawn DeWolfe Consulting get involved in the technology questions you have. - Learn More

New Blog Posts

HELP! The phone book has my website!

Did you get your print listings and your web listings from the same source? Is the print feeling a little expensive and the website feeling a little lacklustre? If your website is tied up with your phone book listing, fear not: there is a way out.

Shopify Had A WordPress plugin. Then They Gave Up.

If you’ve been waiting for the right time to start selling on WordPress, the wait was over. Then the wait started again. Now the wait is over.. .again. I have a way to integrate Shopify with Woo Commerce and WordPress.

Upgrading from Drupal 6

Drupal 6 made its debut in February 2008. For eight years, it was supported, upgraded and patched. In February 2016, support for that version of the Drupal content management system finally lapsed. Drupal 6.38 was the last version released.

The Drupal development community encouraged admins and site owners to upgrade from Drupal 6. Without code support, any new security vulnerabilities would go unaddressed. Drupal 6 sites would miss out on cool new features, new modules and new themes (including responsive themes).

Make Learning A Cinch

Last Summer, we started working on Cinch Academy (https://cinchacademy.com): an online learning aggregator.

We are in changing times. While maybe automation will get rid of work in 20 years or so, people will need to play out their careers and incomes until that comes about. Jobs that rely on antiquated technology are going (newspapers, for instance). Jobs that are easy to automate (eg. some elements of food service can be automated). Sectors where economies of scale allow for survival (eg. Amazon in lieu of department store retailers).