Kevin Kirchner
Katy Rudy
Account Director
Konstantin Filippov
Software Engineer

In the past 9 years, Kevin has combined his development abilities with a keen eye for design to help ensure the success of over 65 online merchant projects. He is well versed in key concepts regarding user-experience and has played a critical role in helping design sites with proper end-user needs in mind. As a Magento Certified Frontend Developer, Kevin serves as an internal resource for Classy Llama maintaining the organization’s online brand and presence.

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My core passion/driver is empowering people and ideas to achieve their full potential. I have the uncanny aptitude to inexhaustibly try out new options, explore possibilities or ask probing questions – so I can encourage and empower another or facilitate bringing out their potential or come alongside those who need help and be there for them.

I have found that regardless of my exact role or responsibilities, if I’m given the opportunity to work in a context with the freedom to explore various solutions for the purpose of empowering a team-mate, the agency, or a client to reach their full potential, you will see me produce amazing results on a consistent basis. It drives me to learn new tools, techniques, skillsets, and expertise.

Things I strive to increase:

  • Reconciliation, Joy, and Knowledge of Truth
  • Functionality without unnecessary complexity
  • The size of the box in which others typically try to work
  • The probability of bringing good ideas into reality
  • My collection of crazy fun soccer moves

Things I work to decrease:

  • Fears
  • Injustice
  • Hopelessness
  • Work without purpose
Kevin's Blog Posts
December 18, 2017

Meet Customers Where They are in the Buying Process – The Decision Path

Why Targeted Messaging Matters You are looking for new ways to get more customers. If you could only find people at just the right moment with […]
August 22, 2012

Switching Images on a Configurable Product with MagicZoomPlus and Magento

We’ve found out how to swap images based on a configurable option with MagicZoomPlus! And we’ve done it despite the misleading feature description from Magic Toolbox’s […]
June 1, 2011

Add Custom Layout Handles (e.g. Parent Categories)

If you ever need custom layout handles in your local.xml, it’s fairly simple. In this example, the observer method will make a new handle for categories […]