‘communication’ Videos

  • Diane Danielson: Keynote - 2016 Trends in Communication and Design

    Diane Danielson: Keynote – 2016 Trends in Communication and Design

    WordCamp Boston 2016Speaker: Diane Danielson

    August 9, 2016 — Diane will be doing a deep dive into what makes a powerful brand in 2016 as well as related trends in communications and design that are changing, and will change, the way people perceive and engage with online content. Expect some insights, practical tidbits and a little bit of fun!

  • Masahiko Kawai: 熊本地震の支援サイトを30分で立ち上げ、独自ドメイン新規取得込みで即日運用開始した話

    Masahiko Kawai: 熊本地震の支援サイトを30分で立ち上げ、独自ドメイン新規取得込みで即日運用開始した話

    WordCamp Kansai 2016Speaker: Masahiko Kawai

    July 18, 2016 — 2016年4月14日および16日、熊本県で震度7を観測する地震が発生しました。(平成28年(2016年)熊本地震)

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  • Becky Davis: Project Management or How to Herd Cats

    Becky Davis: Project Management or How to Herd Cats

    WordCamp Europe 2016Speaker: Becky Davis

    July 4, 2016 — Whether you’re creating a small site for one stake holder or re-designing a large site with many players, understanding how to manage the project is the key to getting anything done. We’ll look at a couple of case studies and learn about methods and strategies that keep a project on track and get the site launched.

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  • Siobhan McKeown: Rebuilding Babel – Communication in a Virtual World

    Siobhan McKeown: Rebuilding Babel – Communication in a Virtual World

    WordCamp Europe 2016Speaker: Siobhan McKeown

    June 30, 2016 — Ever been baffled by an online comment? Said something online that’s blown up in your face? Communicating through text alone is a challenge, but communicating in text in real-time in a multinational context is insane. This talk will address the challenges of online communication and look at how you can communicate effectively through just the medium of text.

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  • Morten Rand-Hendriksen: Empathy and Acceptance in Design and Community

    Morten Rand-Hendriksen: Empathy and Acceptance in Design and Community

    WordCamp Europe 2016Speaker: Morten Rand-Hendriksen

    June 29, 2016 — Working on and with the web is engaging in that most human of endeavors: Communication. Even so, it’s easy to forget that the people we interact with and those who access and interact with our creations are just that: People. Learn how to make empathy and acceptance driving forces for your interactions and designs to build great informational experiences for everyone.

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  • Melissa Eggleston: The Zombie Cure - Content Strategy for Better Websites

    Melissa Eggleston: The Zombie Cure – Content Strategy for Better Websites

    WordCamp Atlanta 2016Speaker: Melissa Eggleston

    April 7, 2016 — What communication mistakes do organizations make that cause them to be zombie-like? Learn about research on identity and communication that impacts content decisions on our websites. In this session, we’ll discuss how to avoid being like “the undead” by:

    identifying communication problems on the web generally and on your own website
    determining your organization’s identity (it’s not the same thing as your brand)
    finding consistency in written and visual content with your identity
    selecting the right visuals for your website (photos, videos, graphics) and avoiding problematic ones
    getting others on board with this consistency (it’s sometimes like herding cats, I know)
    We will talk about real-life examples of these various issues. You’ll walk away with practical tips you can begin using immediately to improve your organization’s communication on your website and beyond.

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  • Cemal Tashan: Designing for Seniors

    Cemal Tashan: Designing for Seniors

    WordCamp Orange County 2015Speaker: Cemal Tashan

    January 7, 2016 — An American turns 50 every 7 seconds. The senior age group is now, for the first time, the largest in terms of size and percent of the population in the U.S. Those aged 50 and older represent 45% of the U.S. population. One-third of the internet users in the U.S., are adults aged 50+ representing the Web’s largest constituency.

    WordPress sites must be designed with this in mind. You will learn how to meet seniors’ needs from one of their own.

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  • David Laietta: Designing For Those Who Matter – Your Users

    David Laietta: Designing For Those Who Matter – Your Users

    WordCamp US 2015Speaker: David Laietta

    December 14, 2015 — We often forget when designing and developing websites that there are actual users on the other side of the screen. Whether through ability, age or cultural differences, there are a lot of ways that we can inadvertently alienate users. We sometimes forget that we’re making websites for our clients and customers, not ourselves.

    In this presentation, I’ll give a brief rundown of considerations that should be given to make your website as effective to as wide a range of users as possible. Accessibility, internationalization, UX and UI changes will be covered, as well as some tips on how to determine your goal, and make your website work toward that goal for you.

  • Joe Casabona: Never Assume when Teaching WordPress

    Joe Casabona: Never Assume when Teaching WordPress

    WordCamp US 2015Speaker: Joe Casabona

    December 12, 2015 — Posts & Pages might have some obvious differences to you but to new users, they seem exactly the same. When teaching WordPress, the goal is to make sure the user feels comfortable, so never assume! In this talk I’ll go over some of my tried and true methods for introducing and training people on WordPress

  • Winstina Hughes: Community Spark - How To Start a Discussion on Community Engagement

    Winstina Hughes: Community Spark – How To Start a Discussion on Community Engagement

    WordCamp US 2015Speaker: Winstina Hughes

    December 11, 2015 — Council meetings sit empty until a road closes, a subway schedule changes, or property taxes increase. Suddenly, meetings are packed with concerned residents. It’s often too late by that time. Use WordPress.com as an interactive digital communication tool to engage the public before meetings are crowded. Incorporate the public’s voice in your local planning process with simple steps outlined in this session.