November 4, 2014 — In a world where web design can quickly turn to web decoration, designers are problem solvers who must not only lead clients through the creative process, but protect the integrity of the solutions they deliver. With an abundance of options readily available to add to a site at any time, it is imperative that designers step up and become the voices of, and champions for purpose driven design, where each element has a specific purpose and only the elements needed to compel action are included. No more, no less.
November 1, 2014 — We’ll look at what designers (website creators) really do on the job. The task is to first: discover the problem; second: solve the problem, and finally: produce the solution. We’ll delve into why “producing the solution” is the only portion of the job, creators time track and how to champion and add value to all three areas of this work.
October 4, 2014 — As a tag-team of developer and designer, Jeremy Pry and Liam Dempsey will talk through how designers can embrace version control to better manage their WordPress code. The talk covers not only a bit of “how to get started” but also a discussion of work flow.
September 10, 2014 — In this session learn where to find designers and developers in your local area or beyond to build the unique WordPress experience you envision. We’ll discuss how to set expectations, manage your project from concept to completion and the ongoing maintenance of your projects.
August 27, 2014 — This presentation discusses WordPress from a designer’s perspective. What you need to know to design WordPress websites that achieve your clients functional goals, provide a great user experience for visitors, and won’t be break the budget to build. Learn what you need to know about websites in general and WordPress in particular. And finish with some tips and tricks that will help you design and some things to be careful of.
June 17, 2014 — 現場の Web デザイナーが語る、WordPressをさらに使いこなすヒント
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!