About cubecolour

Cubecolour is a web design and development agency run by Michael Atkins in Sutton, South London.

cubecolourI have been creating websites since the mid 1990s whilst working for a software company where I looked after the network and provided IT support to staff and customers. in-house design projectsincluding creating and managing the company’s website and intranet.

I became a full-time web developer in 2008 and specialise in creating websites using the WordPress content management system with the Genesis theme framework with custom child themes. I develop a lot of WordPress plugins for the projects I work on and have offered several as free downloads on WordPress.org and as products which can be purchased with support from this website.

How Cubecolour can help you

  • Provide shared hosting or Virtual Private Server for your website
  • Design and build an attractive and effective website
  • Manage your website’s software updates
  • Update your website content, including adding or changing pages
  • Provide and edit licensed images for your website
  • Provide documentation and training so you can update and manage your own website
  • Develop and implement custom functionality for your website


WordPressWordPress is an open source web publishing platform powered by PHP and MySQL. It has been around for ten years and has matured into a reliable, secure and easy to use content management system which now powers over 25% of the web.

Specialising in WordPress, cubecolour can build you a great website taking care of the entire process from start to finish.

If already you have a WordPress site

Cubecolour can help with

  • Wodpress/Plugin/Theme Upgrades
  • Theme Customisation
  • Custom Plugin Development
  • Set up Google Analytics
  • Configure features to help Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)
  • Recover WordPress from file and database backups
  • Implement security hardening measures
  • Attempt recovery where a backup is not available
  • Move WordPress from one Server to another
  • Move a WordPress.com blog to a self-hosted WordPress installation
  • Clean up a hacked installation