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.
September 15, 2013 — Creating sites for a specific client is one thing, but creating them for the masses is completely different. This panel of commercial theme and plugin authors answers questions about anything and everything.
September 12, 2013 — An in-depth look at 10 link building technique and tactics that work today. A deep dive on each technique with illustrations and tips and tricks associated with each technique.
December 2, 2012 — Erick Hitter goes in-depth on the roles that control user accounts in WordPress, the various capabilities given to each role, as well as how behind the Administrator, Editor, and the other default roles is a powerful system that can be customized extensively.
November 30, 2012 — There is no dominant screen size anymore. Visitors are viewing the web on devices with screen resolutions that vary from the tiny (240×320) up to massive retina displays (2880×1880). The question isn’t if you should be developing responsive sites, but how to make sites responsive as painlessly as possible.
November 29, 2012 — This session focuses on developing WordPress plugins that are easily extendable by other developers. The idea is to build plugins that not only allow you to add-on and extend the plugin, but also allow other developers to create extensions and modifications without ever modifying the core source code of the plugin.