Jonathan Williams (wcfay, @johnwilliams, links, all presentations) “Developing for open-source software is generous and optimistic… but when you talk about security, you have to consider the world your enemy.” — John Williams
Dustin Williams (wcfay, session, @relmone, slides, all presentations) Let’s learn how to seduce users with ux and ui with a design-veloper.
Shan Pesaru (wcfay, session, @sharphue, slides, all presentations) When clients want a more robust website, rather than just a blog, the sidebar has got to go, and navigation must go where people expect. Page Templates let you take your base layout options and play. Taking a design into WordPress can be sped up by using […]
Jay Thornton (wcfay, Collective Bias, slides, all presentations) Responsive design is about building a design that reacts to the screen size of any browser. Answer the question “What if I don’t know what size screen all users will be using?” impacts your design thinking.
Shelley Keith (wcfay, session, @sk140, slides, all presentations) Shelley evaluated the breadth of WordPress plugins, themes, and services related to mobile. Shelley decided she needed to provide a mobile app as well as a responsive html5 theme that played well on small screens. Went with ShoutEm; lets her redeploy content as a responsive html5 that […]