December 10, 2019 — Do you have a form builder? Did you know that it can do a whooooole lot more than just contact forms?That’s right. And many of the jobs you think you need a “specialized” plugin for, or have to hire a custom developer to achieve, your little form builder can do just as well. With no custom code needed.Yes, your form builder can do that.And doesn’t it make sense to get the most out of the investment you’ve already made?Sometimes what you’re looking for is sitting right under your nose, ready to go to work for you or your clients. Come see me, and I’ll show you around. #Facts
September 18, 2019 — Do you need a simple membership site where users can submit their own content? Easily display that content? Come join me to talk about how you can use a tool you already have to automate collecting and displaying user-submitted content, and allow your users to manage their own membership. It’ll be fun!
July 7, 2019 — Did you know there are mini-WordCamps that happen every month all over Atlanta? WordCamp is awesome. From the great topics and happiness bar to meeting new people & catching up with old friends, everyone has a great time. But you don’t have to wait once a year to get this experience! Come meet the organizers of our local WordPress meetups and learn how you can continue your WordCamp experience year-round.
If you’re local and applied to speak, but didn’t get accepted this year — or, if you’re thinking of applying to speak next year — this is where to start.
January 23, 2019 — Sometimes you don’t need an e-commerce plugin to sell items on your WordPress site. While the workshop has been focused on WooCommerce, Naomi will be briefly exploring other ways you can sell simple products and services. Some of these solutions are in the form of inexpensive or even free WordPress plugins.
July 19, 2018 — Do you need a simple membership site where users can submit their own content? Easily display that content? Come join me to talk about how you can use a tool you already have to automate collecting and displaying user-submitted content, and allow your users to manage their own membership. It’ll be fun! 🙂
May 15, 2017 — Over 150 people came together one October to build 48 custom WordPress websites for 48 non-profits in 48 hours. Learn how we built the custom fundraising system that empowered these organizations to accept online donations and mobilize their communities to start their own fundraising campaigns just like charity: water — in less than two hours with zero custom code. And take away some tips for how you, too, can quickly and efficiently build custom business applications at a fraction of the cost using WordPress.
March 27, 2017 — In a gold rush, the people who got rich were the ones who sold the tools. And buying expensive tools didn’t guarantee success.
If you’re working with clients or building a site to support your business, a form builder is the one simple, inexpensive tool you can’t do without. Come learn how I run my product & services business with this simple, unassuming tool of the trade. You’re sure to leave with a gold nugget or two 😉
April 8, 2016 — How many times have you asked (or seen someone else ask): Do you know of a plugin that can do ___? My client wants to ___. Sometimes what you’re looking for is sitting right under your nose, ready to go to work for you and your clients. Come learn how I use a simple form builder (yes, that thing you use to create contact forms) to build complex custom applications, with no code.
August 15, 2015 — Forms. We all use them to collect contact information, but there’s so much more you can do with a custom form builder. Many WordPress users don’t realize just how much you can get out of this one little tool.
Naomi’s session opens a whole world of possibilities for you to discover with your deceptively simple but incredibly powerful form builder. Learn how to equip your website to collect payments, schedule appointments and lots more—all while avoiding the need to bloat your site with a dozen different plugins.
April 15, 2015 — Plugin Development Panel