August 27, 2014 — Sure, WordPress is SEO-friendly out of the box, but it’s not SEO-awesome. Jon will share proven strategies and techniques on how you can SEO the crap out of WordPress. He’ll also be covering Google Authorship and the importance of Schema.org structured data for your site.
August 8, 2014 — Web design does not start with a Photoshop comp. Web design does not start with a Photoshop comp. Photoshop is step 7. Or 10. Or 50. Before you draw a single pixel on your canvas there are a myriad of things that need to be covered. This talk is an exploration of the web design process, all the way from the first client meeting to the shipping of the final product. Llearn about IA and UX techniques, card sorting, personas, concurrent development, agile process, version control, the works.
August 27, 2014 — Sass, a CSS preprocessor, allows you to write faster, more powerful, and more manageable CSS. Learn how easy it is to setup your project to use Sass. Once Sass is ready to go, you will discover the powerful tools that Sass provides to take your CSS to the next level. Integrating Sass with WordPress can be tricky at first, so we’ll take a step by step approach showing you how to seamlessly take your Sass files and use them in your WordPress project.
August 28, 2014 — Доклад посвящен малоизвестным классам и функциям в ядре WordPress, которые могут здорово облегчить жизнь программиста, и позволят по-новому взглянуть на процесс разработки.
August 27, 2014 — This presentation discusses WordPress from a designer’s perspective. What you need to know to design WordPress websites that achieve your clients functional goals, provide a great user experience for visitors, and won’t be break the budget to build. Learn what you need to know about websites in general and WordPress in particular. And finish with some tips and tricks that will help you design and some things to be careful of.
August 24, 2014 — This talk is on the business side of WordPress-based design & development work. It touches on tips for selling WordPress to clients, finding your niche inside WordPress’ opportunities, WordPress-specific contract points to consider if you’re a freelancer, methods to train clients on WordPress projects once built, ongoing client support opportunities and more.
August 24, 2014 — The hardest part about using responsive images in your web projects is—well—everything. The good news is that there are tested solutions that you can safely implement today while we wait for the browsers to sort things out. Learn what to consider when deciding on a solution for serving images to your users that are appropriate to their screen size and will walk away with several techniques to try out right away.
August 28, 2014 — In this talk looks at the basics of what you should be tracking on your site and why.
August 27, 2014 — Harness the power of the WordPress Transients API! In this presentation, I’ll answer the age-old question, “What on earth are transients?” And also, “Why would I want to cache things?” Alisa highlights some examples of real-world cases of using the Transients API and show how easy it is to get started.