February 19, 2018 — Two are smarter than one!
We know the benefits of a good business partner, but is a partnership right for you? Learn what it takes to partner up and grow your business. We’ll walk you through best practices and tips to help you understand what it takes to forge a rich, rewarding professional partnership.
Whether you’re toying with the idea or can’t wait to get started, attend this session to get insights into how a professional partnership works and what it takes to establish one without regrets. A merger, or going into business with a partner, is exactly like walking down the aisle and getting married. You have to make sure you’re a good fit because this is a long term commitment. Are you ready to say “I do?”
Join our session as we lift the hood and show you what it really takes. Walk away with key lessons learned and advice from a local business duo that merged two years ago and hasn’t looked back!
December 26, 2017 — На WordCamp Moscow 2017 Евгений поделится практическими советами, которые помогут людям разных профессий: дизайнерам, верстальщикам, программистам, менеджерам в реализации коммерческих начал с WordPress.
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Евгений занимается созданием веб-сайтов с 2009 года, коммерческой веб-разработкой с 2011. Евгению прекрасно удается совмещать с веб-разработкой и удаленную преподавательскую деятельность, где он всем желающим преподает начальный курс по WordPress.
November 28, 2017 — Visual design should work toward the site’s goals, but many of us came to WordPress without a background in design. How then can you select, modify, or build a theme with confidence that your design choices will be engaging and effective?
We’ll take a brief tour of web design fundamentals, and examine how contrast, hierarchy, white space, line length, and color selection can help you avoid design blunders and get a solid design every time.
September 23, 2017 — An update for WordPress, themes and plugins should fix things. Right. And it does. Sometimes, however, some new bugs crawl in despite the best efforts and thorough testing. The multitude of installations and different plugin setups makes it impossible to test any plugin in every situation that exists in the world. And sometimes an update produces an error unfortunately, and in some cases even a totally broken site. This is when angry users attack support forums demanding an immediate fix, asking for their money back, giving 1-star ratings, and sending the developers to hell and back. Rightfully so? I don’t think so. Maybe partially. But you can do a lot to prevent an update breaking your live site and putting you out of business.
So here are my tips for never ever having a broken live website for more than 10 minutes, when doing an update on core WordPress, your theme or your plugins.
July 14, 2016 — Pinterest is more than a fun addiction — it’s a proven traffic driver, especially if your target demographic is women. In this lightning round you’ll get 15 solid tips on how to transform your Pinterest activity from being a passive pinner to a strategic pinning machine! Pinterest will be your new secret weapon in your marketing arsenal that will drive traffic and increase sales.
– Current tips to maximize your Pins.
– Do you need to use hashtags on Pinterest?
– How many times a day do you need to pin?
May 25, 2016 — Naoko Takano, one of Japanese General Translation Editors (GTE), presents some basic rules and tips for translating WordPress into Japanese.
WordPress 日本語版作成チームの高野直子が、WordPress を日本語に翻訳するための基本的なルールやコツについてお話します。
January 19, 2016 — This session focuses on the do’s and don’ts of using the WordPress editor. Also, it will provide tips to improve a user’s content creation process, as well as how to fix problems that can occur.The intended audience is beginning users.
December 13, 2015 — LeeAnn will give you a brief overview on the principles of accessible front-end design and show you how easy it is to start building a better web experience for everyone. We will cover what accessibility means in WordPress design and development and go over a few simple steps to audit a website for accessibility. You will be provided with tools and tips on how to easily add accessibility into your workflow and will walk away with a better understanding of how you may be excluding certain users from your sites and immediate actions to prevent it from happening.
December 11, 2015 — We want code that is easy to understand, re-usable, and flexible. But we are always up against deadlines, so we rush, and end up with code that is messy, buggy, hard to maintain, and makes us go slower even though we’re trying to go faster.
What is clean code? In this talk I’ll provide some answers to this question, and introduce you to 10 good habits that will help keep your code clean, such as the use of meaningful names for your variables and functions, and following the “Boy Scout Rule” (leave the code cleaner than you found it). I will even try to persuade you that using a lot of code comments is a sign that there are problems with your code. I’ll also discuss the particular challenges of applying some of these techniques in the WordPress environment.