August 6, 2015 — This talk is a behind-the-scenes look at building a publications website from scratch using our recent work on the acclaimed Harvard Law Review website. We look into the design systems that publications need and the WordPress tools to make a complex publication come together.
November 20, 2014 — This session takes you through some of the advanced techniques and secrets to get the most out of the ACF ecosystem. It goes through specific examples of real-world usage on sites like NPR, Random House and the Harvard Law Review. With WordPress and ACF, developers can create seamless editing experiences for the people who maintain your sites, better than any enterprise CMS out there.
August 21, 2014 — Twig, the most popular PHP template language, unlocks new possibilities for theme designers. This session introduces the benefits of working with Twig and some of the coolest features that empower template developers entirely new concepts to manipulate their WordPress themes. It provides specific examples in how major media companies use WordPress and Twig to make sustainable themes that can live-on and be extended for years to come.
January 2, 2014 — Template languages are a major feature of Rails, Node and Django, but not something found in WordPress (until now). This session walks through how to build a theme using Timber and Twig. With this understanding, you’ll be making more themes with cleaner code and less debugging.
September 1, 2013 — Learn how to design simple structures that look totally unique: but still are easy to develop and manage.