January 6, 2017 — Google is pushing Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) in a big way. AMP pages restrict what you can do all for the sake of performance on mobile devices. In this talk we’ll cover the basics of AMP, how it’s different than mobile-ready and responsive design, and the plugins you’ll need to take advantage of AMP on your WordPress site.
December 10, 2016 — In Episode 8 I talk about the Flow Team, which reported on the user experience of a volunteer testing the WordPress Mobile App Version 6.1 on an Android 5.1 device.
The Support Team is a good place for someone to get started helping people who have issues with their WordPress websites.
November 11, 2016 — Is your WordPress website truly ready for an increase in visitors using mobile phones and tablets? Research shows most websites have much lower conversion ratios for mobile devices compared to the desktop. Why is this relevant and how can you change this for your website?
This presentation will offer insights into the behavior of your mobile visitors. It will also provide highly actionable tips and techniques on how to improve the top problems (such as loading speed, menus and forms) that prevent mobile visitors from converting to customers.
October 8, 2016 — Episode 2 recaps the Polyglots announcement of Global WordPress Translation Day, the ZIP file issue with the Plugin Team.
Then the focus is on the Mobile Teams announcement of the WordPress version 6.0 Android app RC 1 and the Design Team request for testers for the Customizers add theme features.
August 28, 2016 — What makes a good website? What components are a must-have for an effective website? Jamie will discuss how to decide what pieces your website needs and provide tips for producing the best version of each component. This session is designed mostly for the company or organization that is creating their own website using WordPress, or at least is providing most of the content for a designer who is creating the website.
August 17, 2016 — Introduces design, development and blogging app resources that allow WordPress users the freedom to manage a business, team, multiple websites and other assets while on the go.
April 21, 2016 — Bilder sind ein wichtiger Bestandteil unserer Webseiten. Aber leider sind diese oft viel zu groß und verschwenden unnötig mobiles Datenvolumen. In seinem Vortrag wird Walter uns erklären, welche Bildformate wir nutzen können bzw. sollten. Außerdem wird er erklären, wie man WordPress optimiert, um automatisch das richtige Bild für jeden Browser und Endgerät auszuliefern
December 12, 2015 — This session will cover the severe need for low-tech access to WordPress, but for content production and consumption – a problem somewhat unique to the developing world. It will cover use cases, user groups, and a few proposed techniques for making both content and publishing tools available to those without high-speed Internet, 3G connectivity, or traditional desktop publishing tools.
Attendees will achieve a deeper understanding of potential, unreached user demographics and the tools/techniques they can use to reach these groups.
December 12, 2015 — It’s 2020 and the majority of Internet traffic is mobile. Billions of the world Internet users have never owned, touched, or seen a computer larger than their pocket. Just as we were inquisitive kids, tinkering with Kid Pix and Geocities themes, the digital natives of today will be builders on the same platforms they use for consumption. Can you install and configure WordPress via your phone? Theme it? Create custom plugins? Launch it? Spoiler: I did, and I’ll show you how.
This talk is both a trend forecast thought piece and a proof-of-concept demo. I’ll share some technical learnings, discuss why they matter to our profession, and hopefully inspire you to attempt something just as crazy.
November 24, 2015 — Report about the great people and situations from the first Italian WordPress Contributor Day. It was on November 7th in Milan and attended by about 60 people from different regions of Italy.
We had created the following working teams: Core, Support, Polyglots, Community and Mobile.
Thanks to all the people involved in the organization, contributors, team leads & sponsors!
Let’s do it again and with frequency! 😉