For the past 6 years, I have been creating WordPress themes for Press75 — a brand I had established in 2008 to explore my growing interest in web design and development. As an entrepreneur, I’m extremely proud of how Press75 has grown and its long-standing place in the WordPress community, but I’ve realized it’s time for me to focus on new avenues and interests. With that in mind, I’ve been searching for a suitable new owner with the assets and passion required to build on a brand I know has so much more to give. Today, I’m very happy to announce that Press75 will continue to grow and deliver quality WordPress products under a talented team lead by Travis Totz — a good friend of mine.
Finding a new owner for Press75 was much more difficult than I had imagined. I wanted to find someone I knew would be able to provide the kind of product Press75 customers have grown to love. When I met Travis a few years ago, he was just getting started with WordPress services, since he has built his own agency, which is a leading solution for WordPress theme customization services. Over the years, Travis and his team have provided countless theme customizations for Press75 themes and customers. Their attention to design and detail is something I know will be appreciated by current and new Press75 customers moving forward.
As of today, Travis and his team will be taking over all aspects of Press75, and I know there will be follow-up information provided by them as they begin to focus on new site and product development. It was our mutual goal to make this transition as seamless as possible for current customers. Your account information will be left unchanged and you will be able download themes and access documentation and support as you always have under your current purchase agreement. If you have any specific questions about what’s to come, feel free to contact us via email and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
As for myself, I plan on continuing my journey designing and developing focused website solutions such as Cinematico and Leeflets. I’m especially thankful to have had the opportunity to create and maintain Press75 over the years and for every customer who was willing to invest their time and money into something I created. If you’re interested in following my new ventures in design and development, please do sign up for my newsletter here and/or follow me onTwitter.