March 16, 2015 — Have you developed enough WordPress skills to make your own custom themes, but they still look like crap? Don’t worry, there’s some simple steps and tools that can help you design less like a developer.
March 16, 2015 — Using experiences from NicSocks.com and his previous company, Motribe, Nic will explain the value of real relationships and face to face business in a digital era.
March 15, 2015 — This talk covers Free/low cost investment (How to save time & money longterm using WP), Fast & Flexible – content, design/template, user roles…, SEO happy – use the database structure to support your keyword strategy, Super powerful – plugins, oh my! (tips, ideas, my favorites), Gorgeous – Themes & Design (how to pick a good one, css)
March 15, 2015 — Learn ways in which user-centered thinking and data can improve your process of creating WordPress websites for both end users and clients.
March 14, 2015 — Getting online is the first part, and getting money is the best part! Whether you are selling a few hand-made products, or want to become a retail giant, WordPress has features and plug-ins to get your merchandise out to the world.
March 13, 2015 — It’s time to stop putting everything including the kitchen sink into themes. A theme shouldn’t be a bloated monster with an options panel that stretches out the horizon. This talk is a call to action, to stop making themes that do everything and start making themes that focus. Themes that are designed to meet a need, to fit a market. Themes that work out of the box and don’t require a manual you could use to hold up a table that’s missing a leg. Themes that don’t be my everything.
March 13, 2015 — The old “waterfall” model of design, development, and client partnerships, where projects are expected to be handed off from one entity to the next, often falls short among changing scopes, project discovery processes, and evolving requirements. This talk discusses the added value that up-front communication and agile collaboration methods bring to a web-based project to save time, money, and headaches. Primary: for project managers, contractors, agencies, and anyone else who has to manage or work with multiple team members on a web project.
March 12, 2015 — Poor communication within the team, dissatisfied clients, lack of direction; Every developer encountered one form or another of these problems and in this talk, Tomaž goes over them, analyzes their causes and suggests a few solutions from which we can all improve our business relationships.