May 30, 2015 — Nous commencerons par un survol des requêtes que WordPress fait lors de la préparation du contenu d’une page ainsi que de la boucle qu’il traverse pour préparer le HTML puis nous finirons avec une boucle d’affichage d’un objet très spécifique. Nous verrons aussi comment « expliquer » à un engin de recherche comme Google ce que nous lui présentons avec des attributs qu’il saura comprendre. Cette présentation ne s’adresse pas seulement à des développeurs de thèmes. Si vous êtes un utilisateur qui se concentre uniquement sur le contenu du site, je vais vous armer de concepts et d’outils permettant une meilleure communication avec vos développeurs.
May 29, 2015 — Growth talks are usually addressing large businesses or startups but I’d like to take a different angle and give a few valuable tips to anyone who wants to run a project using WordPress in some way or another. It can be a personal blog, a small business or a larger project. How do define your very own relevant metrics, how to make sure you are focusing your effort in the right direction, how to take important decisions and how to monitor your results. All of this, specifically tied to WordPress sites and blogs.
May 25, 2015 — Wireframes. Such a mysterious and elusive term. You may have heard rumours that they exist deep in the depths of waste bins napkins to top secret security compounds. Legend states that wireframes transcend powerful benefits of website creation. But rumour has it, they could be dangerous or almost extinct. Could this be all true?
May 17, 2015 — This presentation explores how to use design principles to organize and display elaborate user experiences like mega-menus, massive news sites, high-information catalog pages, and multi-level interactions.
May 16, 2015 — WordPress has achieved it’s mission to democratize publishing, so any blogger, writer, editor, or content manager has access to a powerful publishing platform on the Web. But, how do you put all of the awesome capabilities of WordPress to best use? Copywriting is just a beginning step in the production process for a content management system.
May 16, 2015 — Get a an overview of marketing ideas that can enhance your WordPress site. I am going to discuss the role of content, plugins and calls to action that can help create greater results. The session will also briefly touch on funnels, SEO, social and signups. Time will allow for questions and dialog between attendees.
May 14, 2015 — Could you recover your WordPress website if it was lost due to a hardware failure, hacked, or corrupted during an update or plugin install? Having reliable automated backups can make the difference between taking 10 minutes to restore your site, and needing to do a complete site rebuild that may take a week or more. This presentation will look at the many options and plugins for backing up your WordPress site including backing up to Amazon S3.
May 11, 2015 — Approach your site design as pure typography. This may sound weird at first, but if you think about it, everything from headlines and body copy, to buttons and quotes, almost all of it… is just plain text. It’s at the core of almost every single site you design. My talk discusses adding an initial step to your design process to help you knock out design work faster, easier, and more efficient by simply writing everything out first.
May 5, 2015 — People start new blogs all the time, only to abandon them with just a few entries written. Pam talks about how to
– give your blog focus
– get started on serial posts
– create an editorial calendar
– where to find inspiration
Pam wants to give bloggers the tools they need so they won’t want to give up after just a few posts.