‘design’ Videos

  • Muhammad Johar Jaafar: Aku buntu! Perlukan Design Baru Tapi Bagaimana?

    Muhammad Johar Jaafar: Aku buntu! Perlukan Design Baru Tapi Bagaimana?

    WordCamp Kota Kinabalu 2019Speaker: Muhammad Johar Jaafar

    January 15, 2020 — Aku buntu! Perlukan Design Baru Tapi Bagaimana By Muhammad Johar Jaafar. As a designer or developer. You may or you may not encounter design inspiration problem. But it does happen in our daily life as Web Developer who use WordPress.

    This sharing session shared on how to get on path and acquire design inspiration, as well copy technique of getting similar website that we want.

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  • Justin Nealey: Fast Track Your Design Process

    Justin Nealey: Fast Track Your Design Process

    WordCamp Seattle 2018Speaker: Justin Nealey

    December 30, 2019 — As a fellow WordPress designer, I know how much time it takes to work with a client and get a website created. It can feel like an eternity with the initial consult, getting the pieces together, creating the rough draft to their requirements, presenting the rough draft, going back and forth with updates, and so on.

    While there’s no cure to make all of this automated, there is a way to shave countless hours and throw remedial tasks out the window. In this talk, I’ll go over my approach to streamline the WordPress design process allowing you to be more efficient, build sites quicker, and even handle more clients.

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  • Matthew Brent: Implementing a Design System in Gutenberg

    Matthew Brent: Implementing a Design System in Gutenberg

    WordCamp Niagara 2019Speaker: Matthew Brent

    December 30, 2019 — Design systems can be complicated to think about at the best of times. Then, try adding a brand new content editor to the mix… what can go wrong? Take a 45 minute journey with Redstamp’s Matthew Brent, discovering the highs and lows of implementing a dynamic design system in Gutenberg.

  • Jon Quach: Design Systems: Crafting For Crafters

    Jon Quach: Design Systems: Crafting For Crafters

    WordCamp US 2019Speaker: Jon Quach

    November 14, 2019 — Design systems are so hot right now. And for good reason! They improve collaboration and creation amongst your crafters (designers, developers, product, and marketing alike). Despite popular belief, it’s more than just colors, fonts, buttons, and components – much more. In this session, we’ll learn how to think about design systems to explore how you can empower your teams to do what they do, but better (and faster)!

  • Davide Casali: Remote Design: The Async Advantage

    Davide Casali: Remote Design: The Async Advantage

    WordCamp Milano 2017Speaker: Davide Casali

    October 21, 2019 — Working remotely has many benefits but also some obvious and non-obvious challenges. Discussions about remote work also often tend to be generic, however each discipline require its own kind of variations, and design isn’t different.

    A lot of the tools available to designers are meant to be used in person, but what if we happen to work remotely, or we want to switch a product team to being remote? How to build trust, gather feedback and craft a unified vision? This talk takes inspiration from some of the practices of Automattic’s teams to overcome some of the unique challenges of remote working.

    These solutions will also be beneficial to any designer that desires to engage with open source projects, as they are by definition remote.

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  • Kurt Archer : From gradients to animated GIFs: Is it 1990 or 2018?

    Kurt Archer : From gradients to animated GIFs: Is it 1990 or 2018?

    WordCamp Calgary 2018Speaker: Kurt Archer

    September 12, 2019 — Let’s talk about some of the design trends that are popping up in 2018 and what these mean for you as a designer or developer. We will explore the use of video, responsive design and illustrations in web projects and the importance of selecting flexible themes for your projects.

  • Joyanna Hirst: Typography and Fluid Design

    Joyanna Hirst: Typography and Fluid Design

    WordCamp Asheville 2019Speaker: Joyanna Hirst

    August 6, 2019 — Typography is a pillar of good design. Good typography is legible. We’ll go over some of the design fundamentals for typography. Then, we’ll go over the concepts of fluid typography and using dynamic units to set your typestyles.

    Takeaways:
    Typography basics for legibility
    Fluid web design
    Differences in web and print typography

  • Jason Tremere: Crazy Fast WordPress Design with Divi

    Jason Tremere: Crazy Fast WordPress Design with Divi

    Wordcamp Halifax 2018Speaker: Jason Tremere

    July 13, 2019 — You will learn how to create a professional looking WordPress website from start to finish in minutes.

    You will get a look at 140+ free layout packs (expanding weekly inside the Divi Theme).

    You will see how the Visual Page Builder allows you to create & edit your web pages, on the actual pages.

    You will hear how to customize your environment & your designs for even more efficiency.

    You will receive a list of free multimedia Divi resources to help you along the way.

  • Laura Hinkkanen: Content and Design (and vice versa)

    Laura Hinkkanen: Content and Design (and vice versa)

    WordCamp Nordic 2019Speaker: Laura Hinkkanen

    June 10, 2019 — Laura talks about content design as part of the design process:

    – Why and when you need a content designer
    – What content a designer brings to the design process
    – What are the benefits for the client/team/product

    Since the content design is still a bit rare or a new thing in Finland and the Nordics, she’s also going to talk about what is needed to become a content designer and how content is and can be part of agile development.

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  • Thomas Villain: Un design équitable

    Thomas Villain: Un design équitable

    WordCamp Bordeaux 2019Speaker: Thomas Villain

    June 3, 2019 — Quelle serait la place du designer, du concepteur ou de l’agence web dans une société de non-consommation ?

    Dans quelle mesure peut-on respecter son éthique personnelle ?

    Un design équitable, ce serait d’abord être équitable envers soi-même : démystifier la vie de l’entrepreneur au boulot 24h/24 et la croissance à tout prix, choisir ses clients, savoir dire non, trouver son rythme et l’harmonie.

    Un design équitable ce serait aussi être équitable envers les autres : être inclusif, penser accessiblité, pouvoir adapter ses tarifs, donner de son temps ou partager son savoir, et apprendre à travailler/coopérer avec les autres.

    Un design équitable ce serait enfin utiliser des outils équitables : éviter le syndrôme du mouton google-addict, privilégier les alternatives respectueuses de l’humain et moins aveuglément consuméristes.

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