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Welcome to HollyPryce.com

If you hadn’t guessed already, my name is Holly Pryce. I’m a web developer with over a decade of experience and a love for building sites using WordPress.

As a self-taught developer, I’m passionate about sharing my love of code with others. I want to show you how to DIY your own website or blog using the WordPress platform, and to give you confidence when working with code.

On the blog I write about WordPress and web development, sharing tips, tricks and step-by-step tutorials to help you to get to grips with creating a website. I also blog about my favourite digital tools, and share behind the scenes snippets of my life as a web developer.

If coding and building websites doesn’t seem like your thing, or you simply don’t have the time, I offer a range of web development and WordPress service to help you out.

A little bit about me…

I’m originally from Shropshire in the UK, but I moved to Liverpool for university when I was 18. I loved living on Merseyside so much that when I finished my degree I decided to stay, and last year I bought a house on the Wirral with my partner of 8 years, Tyrone.

I started teaching myself to code and build websites when I was a teenager, simply to for fun. I ended up studying geography at university, but after graduating I realised that my heart wasn’t in it anymore and that I wanted to pursue my love for web development.

I spent two and a half years working as a front-end web developer at a digital agency specialising in tourism websites. During my time in that position, I developed a variety of multilingual websites for destinations in Europe and Asia.

When I started to feel like my career was going nowhere, I decided to quit my job and start my own business offering a range of web development services.

When I’m not developing, you can find me creating content for my personal blog, going for walks along the beach, practising yoga or watching Louis Theroux documentaries. I love to travel and I’m a massive fan of classic British rock music.