December 5, 2016 — In today’s world, it is all about content marketing. Doing it right means thinking about a lot of different things. What should you publish? How do you make it converting? How do you connect it to analytics? What about SEO tricks?
Whether you are a user, developer or designer you will find this session useful. Whether as a reminder as to what’s important for the other groups and how to help work towards the common goal of a better website and effective business, or as a primer on how to boost your workflow.
November 9, 2016 — Spend time talking with a group of freelancers and the conversation will inevitably include someone’s unfortunate experience with a terrible client. Most freelancers have a story or two (or eight). While bad clients can’t be completely avoided, there are strategic steps any freelancer can take to contain the impact of a bad client.
In this session, Nathan explains how to create a system that preserves workflow and keeps problem clients in check.
October 27, 2016 — Many members of the WordPress Community use or are a part of a distributed workforce of designers, developers, content creators, and project managers. Having the right tools in place and establishing a good workflow for incoming projects is essential to success. Otherwise you risk dropping tasks, miscommunication, and overall disorganization–all of which can drastically affect your company’s bottom line.
October 27, 2016 — This is a round of lighting talks on implementing automation so you can focus on the important things instead of repetitive and tedious tasks.
August 15, 2016 — Developers and designers work together on a daily basis to bring custom WordPress builds to life, but sometimes the process can be a bumpy ride! Designers and developers both approach a site design and build from very different angles and this can cause issues. I’ll draw on my own experience of the good, the bad and the ugly to outline some ways that designers and developers can adapt their workflows to work more effectively together.
August 9, 2016 — As WordPress has evolved from a blogging tool to a full-fledged CMS and even application framework, the need for intuitive workflows for clients to manage their website’s have never been greater. As bigger organizations with more editorial staff starts using WordPress, we get a whole new set of challenges.
In this session, we will explore how we can create workflows that clients and non-technical staff find intuitive and easy to work with. Additionally, we look at common pitfalls, and find the way forward through behavioral knowledge and case studies.
July 25, 2016 — Hvordan bruger jeg WordPress strukturen passende til mit indhold?
Hvis du vil overføre dit content / din struktur til WordPress, er der er mange muligheder:
Menuer, Portfolio, Pages (Parent- og Child), Posts, Kategorier, Tags, Tagcloud, Search, Produktmenu, Produktportfolio, Produktpages, Produktkategorier, Produkttags, Produkttagcloud osv.
Men hvordan begynder du og hvordan benytter du mulighederne rigtig til din egen hjemmeside, så du samtidigt får en god Google ranking?
I denne introduktion får du en indledende præsentation på max. 30 minutter, hvorefter du har mulighed for at stille spørgsmål med dine egne eksempler.
July 4, 2016 — I will cover different tools for faster and easier development of WordPress projects from the local set up to acceptance testing. The focus is on the improvements that we all can do in our daily development work that can help us write cleaner code, deploy it safely on remote servers, test it and also to be able to include easier new people in our teams and onboard them.
July 3, 2016 — How to grow a virtual company with dozens of remote employees and freelancers. The talk will focus on hiring opportunities, delegating activities, identifying key roles for a company and finding the right talent. Once the team is sorted out, we’ll cover project management strategies and tricks, online collaboration (both for code and infrastructure, project management and communication), employee retention, and other key challenges that remote teams struggle with.
June 30, 2016 — This talk tells how a completely distributed team works using the example of Hyperion, one of the teams that worked on the new WordPress.com, codenamed Calypso. The audience will be able to see in a deeper detail how a distributed team is organized and it will get a few driving principles on how to replicate that themselves.