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About Wil and Zero Point Development

Zero Point Development is a WordPress consultancy and digital agency based in Sydney Australia since 2015.

I take on only a few select clients at a time so I can give them my very best attention and focus.

I specialise in making WordPress work hard for your business, generating leads, converting those to sales and making you money.

Your business should work to provide for you, not the other way around.

After getting to know you and your business from an in-depth discovery session, together we will look at what is doing well and what needs to be worked on to reach your business goals now and in the next couple of years.

I can help you to build high-converting landing pages, marketing funnels to fill up your sales pipelines, tweak your online content and social strategies, run effective email marketing campaigns, target the correct audiences using Facebook and Google ads, boost your brand awareness through copy, business networking and using LinkedIn more efficiently with WordPress running at the core.

Who is Wil Brown?

With a background in Computer Science, Wil has been developing with WordPress since 2008 and is at the heart of Sydney’s growing WordPress community, co-organising the monthly WordPress Sydney and Elementor Australia meetups. He’s also been vice president of Linux Australia in 2022 and 2023.

He has spoken at multiple technical conferences in Australia and abroad.

Wil sits on the organising committee for WordCamp Sydney and the Linux Australia subcommittee ‘WP Australia‘ for managing funds and growth for the Australian meetup community.

He maintains several plugins in the plugin repository and GitHub and actively contributes to the WordPress open-source project.

He also has a personal brand website where he offers online courses and business coaching for freelance WordPress developers and designers.


My mission is to provide my clients with expert guidance and innovative solutions, using WordPress as a cornerstone, to help them achieve their business goals and stay ahead of the competition.


When engaging with the community, projects and clients, there are a set of values I hold myself up to.

Transparency: There’s no black box where magic stuff happens. My work is transparent; I’m open and honest in all business activities.

Sustainability: I want my boy to have a planet where he can grow up and into. I consider the cost to the environment in every action. I walk or use public transport as much as possible (we didn’t have a car until my boy started primary school). We have roof-top solar. We recycle and reuse whatever we can and grow our own veggies.

Respect: I will be respectful of others regardless of my own views and theirs. Let’s be polite to each other.

Integrity: I’ll be honest and ethical in working and engaging with others. I’m not a “yes” man; I call things as they are. I’ll give you an honest and respectful answer.

Innovation: I love the phrase, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” However, I continually embrace new technologies and methodologies to improve and tweak processes.

Community: Being active and supportive through charitable giving, volunteerism, and community outreach. We’re built to be sociable. Life is sad without a community of like-minded peers.



Wil and Zero Point Development are proud members of the Australian Web Industry Association (AWIA).

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Why Zero Point Development and WordPress?

WordPress is uber-popular and runs on one-third of all websites.

That means one in three websites that you visit is likely to be running WordPress.

It’s a great tool for individuals and businesses to quickly establish their presence online with a company website, however, WordPress can do so much more.

Time and time again, I talk to business owners that aren’t using the power of WordPress to really run their businesses efficiently and effectively.

I created Zero Point Development to help businesses unleash the power of WordPress for lead generation and sales.

I believe that you shouldn’t be a slave to your business, it should work for and support you.

Daily Dad Joke

A Skeleton walked into a bar he said I need a beer and a mop

*You can have fun with API’s – these jokes are pulled from using a remote api call.

Chat With Me

If you run WordPress on your business website and think it could do more for your business, give me a call and we can chat about what you would like to do better.