We’re a team of freelancers, coders, designers, and innovators who have come together under the banner of 96factory, our parent company, to provide you with the tools you need to create dynamic, interactive, and user-friendly web experiences.
At GridBuilder X, we have a single, unyielding mission: to revolutionize the way you interact with data on the front-end of your website. We understand the challenges that come with presenting data in an engaging and accessible way. That’s why we developed our namesake plugin, GridBuilder X, to solve the pervasive issue of front-end filterable grids.
Our journey began as authors on Envato, the marketplace for creative assets and creative people. It was there we honed our skills, built a reputation for quality, and gained a deep understanding of the unique needs of website developers and designers. However, we also experienced firsthand the unfair charges that often burden creators in such platforms. This experience led us to envision and create a new solution, one where high-quality doesn’t come with an exorbitant price tag.
This was the genesis of GridBuilder X.
We believe that great ideas shouldn’t be hindered by technical limitations or financial constraints. Our plugin is designed to provide you with unparalleled control and flexibility over your web grids, allowing you to filter, sort, and customize to your heart’s content. GridBuilder X is not just a tool, it’s an enabler, empowering you to bring your most ambitious ideas to life on the web.
As a team, we’re united by a passion for innovation, a commitment to our customers, and a love for what we do. We believe in open communication, agile development, and most importantly, delivering products that make a real difference.
At GridBuilder X, we’re not just building a product; we’re building a community. A community of developers, designers, and innovators who are pushing the boundaries of what’s possible on the web. We invite you to join us on this exciting journey.
Welcome to GridBuilder X, where we’re redefining the grid, one pixel at a time.