Speakers: Tammie Lister

  • Tammie Lister: Mighty Morphing Design

    Tammie Lister: Mighty Morphing Design

    WordCamp Europe 2015Speaker: Tammie Lister

    July 10, 2015 — Beyond the land of responsive design lies the world of adaptive experiences. Where not only does your site work well on different screen sizes, it adapts to them. Mighty morphing design works on any device, in any place. Yet it goes beyond that, these are designs that optimise, reduce and change depending on the device you are using. It’s beyond just popping a sidebar below the content and calling it responsive. Mighty morphing design is the way we should and need to be designing. In this talk I’ll show you what it is and show you how you can become a mighty morphing designer.

  • Lance Willett, Tiago Noronha, Ben Gillbanks, Tammie Lister: State of Themes Panel

    Lance Willett, Tiago Noronha, Ben Gillbanks, Tammie Lister: State of Themes Panel

    WordCamp London 2015Speakers: Lance Willett, Tiago Noronha, Ben Gillbanks, Tammie Lister

    June 1, 2015 — Taking stock of the world of WordPress themes as going into mid-year 2015. Topics to cover include: next-generation themes, looking at Twenty Sixteen and beyond; lessons learned from 5 years of default themes; business of selling themes in 2015; theme support and maintenance; accessibility; mobile and responsive; JavaScript and REST API in themes.

  • Tammie Lister: Colour Theory and Psychology

    Tammie Lister: Colour Theory and Psychology

    WordCamp London 2015Speaker: Tammie Lister

    June 1, 2015 — All too often when we think of colour we think of trends and palettes. But, colour should and does go deeper than that. It influences even how people interact with what we create. By simply changing the colour of a button you can change it’s meaning. With a bit of theory you can easily create combinations to enhance or activate moods. Colour theory is at it’s core about colour mixing. Beyond this there are human differences, cultural implications of colour. Colour is complex. Knowing even the basics of colour theory and psychology means you have a powerful tool in your kit.

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  • Tammie Lister: Theme, Don’t Be My Everything

    Tammie Lister: Theme, Don’t Be My Everything

    WordCamp Maui 2015Speaker: Tammie Lister

    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.

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  • Tammie Lister: Theme Review Team

    Tammie Lister: Theme Review Team

    WordCamp San Francisco 2014Speaker: Tammie Lister

    November 2, 2014 — Contributor Track: Theme Review Team

    The Theme Review Team is a group of volunteers who review and approve Themes submitted to be included in the official WordPress Theme directory. The Theme Review Team maintains the official Theme Review Guidelines, the Theme Unit Test Data, and the Theme Check Plugin, and attempts to engage and educate the WordPress Theme developer community regarding development best practices.

  • Tammie Lister: A Journey into Underscores

    Tammie Lister: A Journey into Underscores

    WordCamp Manchester 2014Speaker: Tammie Lister

    October 9, 2014 — Underscores is a starter theme, but what does that mean? Why should you use Underscores, also known as simply _s? In this talk I’ll go through why at Automattic we use it to create our themes. I’ll also show you why and how you can too.

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  • Tammie Lister: The Theme Is In The Details

    Tammie Lister: The Theme Is In The Details

    WordCamp Hamburg 2014Speaker: Tammie Lister

    July 10, 2014 — You can bring delight to users by giving thought to even the smallest part of your theme. This talk is about how to not accept the default and to consider even the smallest element of your theme. It shows that theme details matter.

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  • Tammie Lister: The Life of a Theme

    Tammie Lister: The Life of a Theme

    WordCamp Europe 2013Speaker: Tammie Lister

    December 12, 2013 — This is a tale of a theme, from its early stages of research through to the first steps into wireframes and the move into a prototype. It’s a tale of joy, sadness and a dash of danger as browsers are fought and code tamed. This is a story that doesn’t include Photoshop but that does include designing in code. It’s a story we all know variations of and this is my version. This is the story of my design process and how I create themes.

  • Panel Discussion: BuddyPress QandA Panel

    Panel Discussion: BuddyPress QandA Panel

    WordSeshSpeakers: Tammie Lister, John James Jacoby, Boone Gorges, Paul Gibbs, Raymond Ho

    November 9, 2013 — This session is a panel discussion with audience questions about BuddyPress with Tammie Lister, John James Jacoby, Boone Gorges, Paul Gibbs and Raymond Ho.

  • Tammie Lister: Beyond the Default: Explorations and Experiments in BuddyPress

    Tammie Lister: Beyond the Default: Explorations and Experiments in BuddyPress

    WordCamp San Francisco 2013Speaker: Tammie Lister

    August 9, 2013 — For years BuddyPress was tied to a specific theme and creating a custom theme had a steep learning curve. BuddyPress now has theme independence. This presentation looks beyond the default, to new UI’s, new possibilities, to design for the community not to the default and gives some consideration to what the ‘new default’ should be when you load BuddyPress.

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