You’ve found the Bowl Hat, which is the trading name of Dani Llewellyn, a freelance Developer.
Passionate about WordPress
We are passionate about web development and regularly support others as regular members of the official support chatroom. Our staff are listed as contributors to several plugins on the plugins repository. Bowl Hat even has two plugins that we wrote and maintain. Of the plugins that we maintain our favourite is the A-Z Listing plugin.
Also passionate about Snap Packages
We are the primary maintainers of many Snap Packages that we created. These include the GNU Image Manipulation Program, the Cawbird Client for Twitter and several games such as OpenRA and SuperTuxKart.
We have worked for varied clients from small charities through to large national and international corporations and NGOs. We have also even been involved with development for several of the UK Government’s many departments. Check out our portfolio for more detailed information about some of our clients and their projects.
We have regularly attended the Snapcraft Summits organised by Canonical and have contributed towards bringing well-known household names to the Snap Store. At these events we worked with delegates from Microsoft for PowerShell and Azure CLI, Travis-CI, and Plex Media Server among many others.
Bowl Hat are able to build complete websites from scratch. All functionality is created by our in-house team for each project including the entire theme and any plugins required. Where third-party plugins exist for a purpose we use these before recreating the wheel. We publish code that we develop for clients as much as possible for anyone to benefit from.
We can also independently consult on bringing your Linux Apps to the Snap Store. We are not affiliated with Canonical so we can advice without bias.
Bowl Hat operate SnapStats.org which monitors the public Snap Store. The site can keep you informed of the latest Snap Packages that are published as soon as they appear. It also keeps a daily record of statistics such as the number of publicly accessible Snaps there are.
I can be found on Twitter, Facebook, GitHub, and GitLab. I also maintain a profile on WordPress.org.