October 28, 2013 — Making the WordPress back-end do what you need it to do can be tricky. When setting up the back end, it’s important to set it up in such a way as to make it easy for your client to understand.
October 23, 2013 — This talk focuses on organizing your project and some tools and techniques for designing gorgeous, professional small to medium size business websites.
October 15, 2013 — Designers and Developers get together to discuss workflow, frustrations, best practices, and things they wish the other side knew about what it is they do!
October 9, 2013 — This talk discusses “design thinking” as a problem solving strategy, including why the most beautiful sites are not always the most successful. It ends with some ways to start applying “design thinking” principles to all of your projects.
September 17, 2013 — Logic and statistics drive many usability discussions. Likewise, emotion is often discussed in context of interactivity and aesthetics. Emotion and usability sound like separate topics but they closely intertwined, so much so they are impossible to separate. This presentation demonstrates how one can design themes and websites that are emotionally engaging and intuitively usable; creating the most compelling user experience possible.
September 17, 2013 — Most web designs are done with beauty and user experience in mind, but what about back-end usability? That’s why we work in WordPress, so that the site owner can add/edit; right? Balancing the layout needs of the designer and making it truly usable by the site owner is a balancing act. We will look at several case studies of how a site went from a graphic to a custom theme and kept it as user friendly as possible.
August 19, 2013 — В докладе Николай расскажет, зачем нужны сайты-портфолио для различных профессий и какие задачи можно решать с помощью таких сайтов. Покажет основные инструменты WordPress и варианты их применения.
June 15, 2013 — This presentation is an overview of the design process we use with our clients, guiding them to make strategy based decisions on theme design, use of WordPress Menus, page templates, widgets, and plugins to create customer focused websites that convert into new leads or sales.