Gregor Terrill

Development Lead


Gregor is an experienced web developer with an extensive list of technical skills and development expertise. As a graduate from Algonquin College’s Internet Applications & Web Development program, and with a background in the agency world, he brings 8 years of development knowledge to the Alphabet® team. Gregor has successfully launched numerous enterprise-level websites for post-secondary institutions, healthcare organizations, professional associations and technology companies. 

Gregor specializes in building responsive, accessible and performant websites and web applications using HTML / HTML5, CSS / CSS3, JavaScript and PHP. His technical expertise spans across a number of core web technologies, JavaScript frameworks and CSS methodologies and tools. This includes Node, MySQL, REST, GraphQL APIs, jQuery, Vue, Gridsome, SASS / LESS, BEM and Tailwind CSS. Gregor is also proficient with build tools such as Gulp, Webpack, Laravel Mix and PostCSS.

With a BA in Psychology from the University of Guelph, Gregor’s focus is on user experience, intuitive navigation and SEO best practices. He has an impressive amount of knowledge with ecommerce platforms and content management systems including WordPress, Craft CMS, Statamic, Shopify, WooCommerce and Craft Commerce. Gregor is the architect of well-structured content with a client list featuring notable organizations like the Canadian Real Estate Association, SurveyMonkey Apply, Wufoo, Colliers Project Leaders, York University, and Xplornet and brings to Alphabet® an holistic approach to digital solutions, merging the psychology of online behaviours, the importance of resonant content with a sophisticated technical execution.


  • Graduated from the Internet Applications & Web Development program at Algonquin College
  • Graduated from the Psychology program at the University of Guelph with Honours


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