Speakers: Kristoffe Biglete

  • Kristoffe Biglete: How We Grew Our Blog Mobile Traffic by 800%

    Kristoffe Biglete: How We Grew Our Blog Mobile Traffic by 800%

    WordCamp Nordic 2019Speaker: Kristoffe Biglete

    June 18, 2019 — Mobile first! Yes, but how?

    In a heavily optimised marketing environment, the one room where growth is still a work-in-progress is mobile.

    In this presentation, I will showcase how we leveraged the AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) framework by Google, to increase our mobile traffic and help our business grow.

    I will show how we integrated WordPress with AMP, the advantages and disadvantages, and how to start building an AMP template yourself.

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  • Kristoffe Biglete: How not to build a front-end from scratch everytime

    Kristoffe Biglete: How not to build a front-end from scratch everytime

    WordCamp Denmark 2016Speaker: Kristoffe Biglete

    August 1, 2016 — From starting a blank canvas theme with custom CSS, or wanting to use a JS framework for your custom plugin, the problematic remains the same: how do I not build a front-end structure from scratch at every new project?

    To make sure not to waste precious time, and to be consistent in your workflow, automation and systematization of your front-end structure can be easily implemented through several tools.
    This presentation will present you among others things how I use SASS, Gulp, Bower, and other useful tools that will make your life so much easier.

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  • Kristoffe Biglete: Preparing the Post-Mobile UX

    Kristoffe Biglete: Preparing the Post-Mobile UX

    WordCamp Denmark 2015Speaker: Kristoffe Biglete

    December 9, 2015 — If you thought responsive design was the long awaited solution for cross-device web design and UX, it’s not. With mobile access overtaking desktop, and the rise of emerging devices, responsive has been and still is a successful transition from fixed to adaptable layout and content management. But what’s next?

    We will see how developers, designers and users are approaching the evolution of today’s content and experience, as well as the achievements and limitations of multi-channel design. Also, with Core 4.4 as a milestone, we will see how WordPress prepares its front-end transition with its new theme Twenty Sixteen and the integration of the Rest API.”

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