November 6, 2014 — People put a lot of effort into putting a website together, but often stumble at the finish line when it comes to making their final design decisions. Learn how seemingly minor design choices have a huge impact on how people interact with and understand the content of your site. In this video, Michelle Schulp goes through specific examples of simple design tweaks that make a big difference.
November 1, 2014 — WordPress is popular which means many people want to learn how to use it via a classroom setting or one-on-one instruction. Having been a teacher of WordPress for several years, Tracy has experienced the ups and downs of teaching WordPress and has developed techniques that work well for students. In her presentation Tracy shares tips, tricks and things to avoid when teaching folks to use WordPress.
October 23, 2014 — There are many things that solo developers do that break down when placed in a team environment. We’ll walk through some of the best practices and things to keep in mind when going from freelance to working in a team.
August 7, 2013 — This presentation covers how to identify a stakeholders true knowledge, actions to avoid, actions to take, and some fun stories of my biggest failures. The target audience is semi- to fully-technical designers, developers, or business owners working with clients or teams that are not fully technical.
May 29, 2010 — Odyssey:
What a Wonderful World: WordPress Community!
presentation at WordCamp Yokohama 2010 in Japanese
「すばらしき WordPress コミュニティーの世界」 オデッセイさん
プレゼンテーション ワードキャンプ横浜 2010 ＜日本語音声＞
Video by Atsushi Ogisawa 荻澤篤志 （ CMS Solutions K.K. ）
September 26, 2009 — Mark McLaren gives a five-minute talk on the evolution of the Web from one-way communication to social interaction and how the use of WordPress fosters community development.
Video production by Joe Christensen of Blaze Streaming Media.