‘redesign’ Videos

  • Mike Kirby: Winning Hearts and Minds - Effective Communication Throughout A Website Redesign

    Mike Kirby: Winning Hearts and Minds – Effective Communication Throughout A Website Redesign

    WordCamp Boston 2017Speaker: Mike Kirby

    August 15, 2017 — In 2014, The University of Maine determined that umaine.edu needed to be taken to the next level. A year later, a robust new website was launched to coincide with the incoming class and our 150th year celebrations. This session details the journey between these two points, and how we avoided common pitfalls in website redesign projects affecting hundreds of content contributors and their individual websites.

  • DeAnne Curran: Web Site Redesign Checklist

    DeAnne Curran: Web Site Redesign Checklist

    WordCamp Portland ME 2017Speaker: DeAnne Curran

    June 2, 2017 — Redesigning your website can be a pretty daunting task, but being prepared can make the whole process go a lot smoother. Defining your goals will help you understand what features are most essential to your new web site, who is the best partner for you, how much money you might expect to spend and how long it will take.

    This presentation should get you headed in the right direction with:
    – Questions to ask yourself
    – Research to conduct
    – Tasks to complete

  • Taeke Reijenga: Autotaalglas – a Case Study

    Taeke Reijenga: Autotaalglas – a Case Study

    WordCamp Nederland 2016Speaker: Taeke Reijenga

    October 28, 2016 — Autotaalglas.nl is a well known windshield repair company in the Netherlands. Over a period of a year we redesigned and redeveloped their website doubling their online conversion in the first 2 months after launch.

    In this talk I will use Autotaalglas.nl as a case study to illustrate the importance of good UI and UX for a succesfull website. Running WordPress as a CMS has many advantages but it is not automatically making your website a great website.
    How did we achieve a doubling of conversion and what are we doing to hold on to the conversion increase? Knowing that on average a car owner has a windshield chip or crack once every seven years you will understand that it doesn’t make a loyal customer.
    How to keep developing the platform and giving the client an advantage over their competitors? By the time WordCamp Netherlands takes place we are implementing a new feature that connects the website to the planning tool of every repair shop to show availability.

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