‘design’ Videos

  • Lauren Pittenger: The Art of Minimalist Design

    Lauren Pittenger: The Art of Minimalist Design

    WordCamp US 2015Speaker: Lauren Pittenger

    December 11, 2015 — Minimalist web design requires a deep understanding of the needs of the people using your website. Clearing away design clutter and nonessential functionality leaves only the most important elements, creating a peaceful and focused environment for both the end user and the designer. This talk will cover visual design principles for creating a more peaceful user experience.

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  • Sara Cannon: Learning through Stealing - How to Become Better at Your Craft

    Sara Cannon: Learning through Stealing – How to Become Better at Your Craft

    WordCamp Ann Arbor 2015Speaker: Sara Cannon

    December 9, 2015 — We’re going to explore a few methods of learning – focusing on the practice of copying. Code, design, & user experience can all be improved when we take a deeper look into successful implementations. We’ll analyze methods and steal a few things along the way, learning how to truly make them our own.

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  • Chiara Dossena: La mia storia da WordPress Contributor

    Chiara Dossena: La mia storia da WordPress Contributor

    WordPress Contributor Day ItalySpeaker: Chiara Dossena

    November 24, 2015 — Intervista fatta a Chiara Dossena al primo «WordPress Contributor Day» italiano, organizzato dalla «Italia WP Community» a Milano il 7 novembre del 2015. #wpcdit

  • Andrea Fercia: La mia storia da WordPress Contributor

    Andrea Fercia: La mia storia da WordPress Contributor

    WordPress Contributor Day ItalySpeaker: Andrea Fercia

    November 24, 2015 — Intervista fatta a Andrea Fercia al primo «WordPress Contributor Day» italiano, organizzato dalla «Italia WP Community» a Milano il 7 novembre del 2015. #wpcdit

  • WP 101 Session

    WP 101 Session

    WordCamp Philly 2015

    November 23, 2015 — Appearance, Themes, Customizer, Menus, Header, Background.

  • Kirsten Starcher: Designers and Developers: Cats and Dogs Living in Harmony

    Kirsten Starcher: Designers and Developers: Cats and Dogs Living in Harmony

    WordCamp Vancouver 2015Speaker: Kirsten Starcher

    October 3, 2015 — Web designers and developers are each specialists with their own priorities, needs, and focus. Sometimes there can be a communication gap between the two, leading to misunderstandings and frustration. How can you learn to speak each other’s language and ensure your projects run smoothly and without hassles?

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  • Robbie Moore: From Ultra Boring to Super Awes

    Robbie Moore: From Ultra Boring to Super Awes

    WordCamp Rhode Island 2015Speaker: Robbie Moore

    October 2, 2015 — This session is guaranteed to win the most boring session award. But if you hang out for 60 minutes, there’s a good chance you’ll pick up some new tricks to help you design creatively awesome WordPress sites. No razzle-dazzle web design show-and-tell here, this is all about foundational paperwork. (Bleh!) Hang on. You will actually learn the 10 questions you should ask in a kickoff meeting and why the answers aren’t as important as the conversation, why you need to do at least six site maps for every project and who the most important person in the room is (I’m guessing it isn’t who you think it is). So bring your RedBull and get ready to trade in your creative doormat for a shiny new web design superhero cape b/c after this session, you’re going to be super awes!

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  • Jo Grey: Why Isn’t My Beautiful Website Enough?

    Jo Grey: Why Isn’t My Beautiful Website Enough?

    WordCamp Brisbane 2015Speaker: Jo Grey

    October 1, 2015 — 3 tips to help web designers get the right content from clients. Some easy-to-use sites designers can refer their clients to, such as building infographics, images for their blogs, and topic ideas.

    Jo will cover some of the following topics during her presentation:

    – Why a pretty website isn’t enough.
    – Providing content slows the web designer down.
    – Content generating ideas.
    – Content moving with the times – not static.
    – Clients start off strong, then fade when novelty of being a blogger fades.
    – Strategies and tips to help clients manage their content
    – Ways web designers can help get the right content the first time.
    – Repurposing existing content.
    – Engagement.
    – Personality in content.
    – Stories matter.

  • John Eckman: Design from the Content Out

    John Eckman: Design from the Content Out

    WordCamp Rhode Island 2015Speaker: John Eckman

    September 30, 2015 — “Content precedes design. Design in the absence of content is not design, it’s decoration.” – Jeffrey Zeldman We’ve all heard that content is king, yet when it comes to designing web experiences we’re still stuck with lorem ipsum and placeholder images, as though the real content didn’t matter. We’re still designing web experiences from the top down, starting with the desktop view of the homepage, even though they’re more likely to be experienced from the bottom up – starting with a content detail page on a mobile device. Designing from the content out means starting with atomic elements of content, and building a system of components and layouts based on the real structure of content.

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  • Mel Choyce: WordPress Design Trends

    Mel Choyce: WordPress Design Trends

    WordCamp Montréal 2015Speaker: Mel Choyce

    September 17, 2015 — What does the current WordPress design landscape look like? What are popular and upcoming design trends to look out for? We’ll take a look at the current WordPress design ecosystem and explore how it’s projected to change in the next year.

    Prerequisites:
    An interest in design! The talk is open to people of all levels of experience, but it’s going to be less of a lecture and more of a show-and-tell. It won’t teach you how to design, but it will give you a lot of examples of modern design built on and for WordPress and some of the really cool things WordPress can do.

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