August 20, 2015 — Will It Sell? How To Determine if Your Product or Service is Market Viable
August 20, 2015 — This presentation converges marketing and design as it explains various goals of websites, a typical conversion path, what could cause error in that conversion path, and a few tools which can help collect data (which is ultimately how you show improvement.)
August 20, 2015 — How come when you upload your photos, they don’t fit right and it doesn’t look like it’s supposed to look? This session is on basic photo editing for WordPress and what my process is for preparing the images before I upload them and why I do it this way.
How to prepare your photos for import – Photo editing options if you don’t want to buy PhotoShop – DPI, PX, Pica, PT, what the heck does all that mean? – How to edit or fix your photos once you’ve uploaded them – Plugins that help resize or optimize photos – I briefly touch on copyright and where to get good photos
August 20, 2015 — If there is always someone more qualified than you, more deserving of higher rates, and more of an expert; there is a good chance you have imposter syndrome. That’s okay, we all do.
We got together a seriously good line-up and the WordPress Melbourne meetup to talk about imposter syndrome, what it is and – more usefully – how to beat it.
This screencast features the voices of Peter Wilson (peterwilson.cc), Dee Teal (thewebprincess.com) and Gary Pendergast (pento.net).
August 19, 2015 — This combination talk/public square discussion covers where plugins come from, how to gauge their reputation for effectiveness and security, and how to assess your WordPress needs to decide which ones should make the cut and be added to your site.
August 19, 2015 — Want to learn how to up your development skill set by developing locally with WordPress? Well things just got a whole lot simpler with ServerPress! Learn about how easy it is to develop locally WordPress sites locally using this amazing tool.
August 18, 2015 — Explore exciting topics like: why it feels like you keep building the same project over and over again, balancing work, life, and business, how to motivate designers without buying them another shiny new Apple product, and so much more in this oftimes-sarcastic and always-painfully-true talk about all of the ways I almost went insane while trying to run my business. Why learn from your own mistakes when you can learn from (and hopefully avoid!) mine?