Dan has been building websites since 1995 and started using Joomla around 2009 after dabbling with Mambo. A sometimes attendee of JUGL and other networking groups, he runs a small web development business (DJA), collaborating with other developers and designers in and around London, England. In his spare time Dan plays the guitar, goes to gigs, bakes bread and is a crew volunteer at Glastonbury Festival.
Since 2008, I am creating websites with Joomla. In 2014 I started volunteering in the Joomla community and I am now active in various teams (Maintainers, Accessibility, Events). I like to write articles for the Joomla Magazine and other blogs. Since 2019, I have been (co-)organising the JoomlaDay Germany / D-A-CH.
Hello, thanks for checking out my profile. I've been working with Joomla since 2008 and I run a small Joomla! based digital agency called Square Balloon.
I'm very people orientated, so if anyone wants to get in touch for any reason whatsoever, just reach out. Friendly is my middle name. Well... it's not, but given my first name, you would probably believe anything I say about my middle names.
Before you ask, Mum suffers from a spelling disability called being Irish. Dad is English... but he's dyslexic so he can't spell either. Perhaps Mum was taunting him when she gave us all silly names. Anyway, it's pronounced, "Owen".
Hi! I'm Crystal, the Founder and UX Engineer of Lucid Fox, a small website design studio which builds research-backed websites for nonprofit organizations.
I've been building websites for years and have spent time in agencies as a front end developer, web designer, and UX researcher. I was first introduced to the Joomla community in 2014, and never looked back!
When not volunteering for the Joomla project, SD is the owner and president of Danico Enterprises, a web and digital marketing firm located in the Chicago northwest suburbs.
Creating and supporting solutions powered by content management systems, especially Joomla are at the heart of Danico’s work.