Learning and sharing the experience of how to use WordPress in large corporates, multiple sites , page builders, maintenance, ease of rollouts etc
Aspen Pharma only uses WordPress for all their sites.Continue reading
Waiting on content is one of the biggest bottlenecks in digital agencies. In this talk I cover
Why clients take to long to send content
3 ways to help your clients provide content faster
Some great tools to help the process along
How to request content in a way that makes it easy for clients
In past 14 years I have seen many technological shift in WordPress.
I would share with example and best use guide what I feel the best Local Development Environment for WordPress in 2018.
This will be a very helpful session anybody looking to drive deep into WordPress and who are already working in WordPress, they will be able to explore other better ways to improve their workflow.Continue reading
An exploration of ideas, lessons, hacks and opportunities to make you a more productive WP developer… and take your business on the road.
Lessons learned whilst traveling the world as a remote WP developer.
Hard realities of what it’s like to be a digital nomad, and what you need to do to make it profitable
Australian specific tax implications and opportunites
Acknowledge maintenance is required, and turn it into a product you sell to your clients (eg: ManageWP, InfiniteWP)
Develop using ‘reusable function’ methodologies in your business (eg: starter themes, child themes, frameworks). Look at baking your own framework, but always use others.
Look for opportunities to streamline your development (eg: CSS compilers, FTP sync, placing WP in a subdirectory).
Become a hosting reseller to increase your passive income and be a one point call for your clients. This will save you time dealing with site builds.
Identify opportunities to buy developer licenses and sell access to these as part of your maintenance.
The benefits of stepping out of your comfort zone, and learning from other developers – especially non WP focused ones.
For the past 5 years, I have worked for The Code Company developing bespoke web applications using WordPress as a CMS/application framework.
I wanted to share some lessons and insights gained from working on niche start ups to enterprise-level applications as well as talk about general problems in software development.
The intent is to share my personal experience as a client-facing back end developer. Anyone with interest/experience in project work with WordPress is invited to come along.Continue reading
Ereignisse werfen ihre Schatten voraus. Sollte alles nach Plan verlaufen bringt der November gravierende sowie einschneidende Neuerungen für das WordPress Ökosystem. Für den 27.(19.) November 2018 ist die Veröffentlichung von WordPress 5.0 angekündigt, welches die Einführung eines neuen, React basierten, Inhaltseditors namens Gutenberg mit sich bringt. Über Letzteren wird Simon Kraft, Web-Entwickler aus Stuttgart, sprechen. Er unternimmt einen kleinen Ausflug in die Tiefen des neuen Block-basierten Editors. Er erläutert dabei das Konzept der neuen Inhaltsblöcke, zeigt was bei der Umstellung und Anpassung bestehender Inhalte an Gutenberg zu beachten ist und geht abschließend auf die, während dessen Entwicklung, entstandenen Kontroversen ein. Das Projekt Gutenberg findet mit der Veröffentlichung von WordPress 5.0 jedoch nicht seinen Abschluss. Vielmehr handelt es sich dabei nur um die Erste von vier Phasen, im Zuge derer dessen Konzepte noch tiefer mit Funktion und Antlitz von WordPress verwoben werden sollen.Continue reading
What are the little blocks made of?
In this deep dive into Gutenberg’s design patterns, we’ll start looking at existing Gutenberg blocks, taking you through the design patterns used.
From there, you will learn how to harness these patterns and use them to create your own blocks. Learn how to design a block the right way, and build on the strong design foundations within Gutenberg.Continue reading
As the demands placed on the web continue to rapidly expand, businesses will move away from a browser-centric and siloed internet presence towards more pervasive and multichannel digital experiences. Integrations across a larger set of technologies will become dominant with emphasis on user expectations for security, personalization, and cross-device utilization.
Modern organizations will continuously develop, deploy, and undergo change and the demand for a centralized content hub will only become more critical.
WordPress, with 30% of the web’s audience listening, is positioned to be the solution of choice for this hub.
Through integrations with emerging technologies such as voice assistants, chatbots, IoT devices, and AR/VR, WordPress has the potential to manage and push content outside of the browser and through this impending evolution.
In this session, we will explore the array of technologies entering these new spaces and discuss how to prepare your business practices and development teams for the next iteration of the web.
We’ll focus on new market opportunities, possible product ideas, and how to leverage cloud services to mature your websites into future-ready digital experiences, powered by WordPress.Continue reading