Gravity Wiz is a small company dedicated to providing awesome Gravity Forms resources in the form of snippets, tutorials and plugins.
David the Gravity Wiz @spivurno
Well, hello there! My name is David Smith. Not a very wizardly name but yes, I am one of the wizards behind Gravity Wiz. I’ve spent the last decade of my life mastering Gravity Forms and sharing that mastery with the Gravity Forms community! Feel free to ping me on Twitter. I love meeting new people!
Clay the Code Conjurer @claygriffiths
Hey there, I’m Clay. I joined the Gravity Wiz team as the lead engineer in 2017.
I’ve been working with WordPress since 2008 and have a knack for creating magical solutions that solve everyday needs. Some of those include creating the most popular local development tool for WordPress and pioneering the drag-and-drop theme framework ecosystem.
I’ve delved deep into the arcane technologies. Keep an eye out for new, robust, sorcerously powerful perks!
Scott the Support Sorcerer
Hola, I’m Scott. I am Gravity Wiz’s support wizard. I cast spells that allow the other characters to do what they do best. I answer customer questions, chase down bugs, and work on improving the customer experience.
I love to share knowledge. When I’m not answering your emails I’m usually at the local hackerspace teaching woodworking classes or helping with community-oriented projects.
What is Gravity Forms?
With the way Gravity Forms has revolutionized WordPress forms, I can’t believe you haven’t heard about this awesome WordPress plugin! A quick and easy way to familiarize yourself with Gravity Forms is the nice intro video on the GF home page (click the big play button).
Gravity Forms provides an easy-to-use, drag-and-drop interface for building forms very quickly. Don’t be fooled by Gravity Forms clean UI. There is a lot more functionality available just below the surface. And that is what Gravity Wiz is all about. Helping you get the most out of Gravity Forms!
We are selective about the projects we take on; however, we’re always interested in hearing about what you want to do with Gravity Forms. Even if we can’t take on the project, we often have an existing solution or some helpful pointers on where to start.