Design

Why choose form or function, when you can have both? Together, these halves create a complete website, one that’s impressive to look at and use.

Here, you’ll see videos and slides of past presentations at WordPress London events that focus on design.

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Transitioning to a block-based editor in a pre-Gutenberg world

How do we move towards a block-based admin UI in a pre-Gutenberg WordPress? With the rise of page ...

Open Q&A Session

This is an opportunity for you to bring those unanswered questions you may have about WordPress, whether that's ...

SSR using WordPress API with VueJS and Nuxt

Alessandro will talk of his experience building production ready websites using Nuxt (a VueJS SSR framework) interfacing with ...

WP-CLI: An Intro and Interesting Use Cases

WP-CLI is the command line interface for WordPress. In this talk, John will introduce the core concepts of ...

The Night of the Living Style Guides

The line between design and development is getting blurrier, and our approach to web design is becoming more ...

Page Builder Panel – The Pros & Cons Of Them In Your Workflow

Featuring Doug Belchamber, Keith Devon and Mike Pead; this will be an open panel discussion around the use ...

Let’s do an accessibility audit of wpldn.uk together!

Following on from last month’s talks regarding why accessible websites are a must, it’s worth knowing how to ...

The Themers Guide to WP-CLI

WP-CLI is a useful tool for automating tasks and optimising developer workflow in WordPress. WP-CLI is commonly used ...

Leveraging the Customizer for Big Media

The Customizer is one of the most powerful parts of WordPress, its a great tool for users, and ...

Building Single-page Sites With WordPress

Single page applications (SPA) are big part of the future of web design. Using a JS library like ...

Why switching to WordPress Coding Standards will make you a better developer

WordPress Coding Standards have been around for a while, yet many developers don’t write code that conforms to ...

A Design Process for our Community Project #wpldnBuild

Learn about our suggested design process and how you can get involved in the #wpldnBuild.

Tidy Up Your WordPress Site for the New Year

With the start of the new year, now is the time to ensure that your content is up-to-date.

Building Themes With The WordPress Customiser API

If you’re not already using the customizer to add custom ‘options’ into your themes, then this talk will ...

Catering for WordPress

Building an online integrated information and support system for the catering / hospitality sector. The catering industry has ...

My WordPress Theme Structure

Using template wrappers, pre-processors, and more, for efficient WordPress theme development. Keith will talk you through how he ...

Front End Workflow Automation for Theme and Plugin Development

The emergence of preprocessors, front-end frameworks, HTML5 and CSS3 has made front-end a far richer and more complex ...

Artisteer

A lightning talk discussing Artisteer.

8 Design Tips for WordPress Websites

Ngaire covers 8 design tips for WordPress websites in this lightning talk at the WordPress London Meetup.

Theme LOL

Theme LOL - a hilarious (ahem) look at the state of the premium theme marketplace.

Cleaner Themes

Persil may say “Dirt is Good”, but when it comes to WordPress themes you want to make sure ...

Handling User Generated Content in WordPress

Getting lots of content into a site can increase the scope of the site, user engagement, and maybe ...

WordPress Security

The recent HeartBleed vulnerability has brought web security into the mainstream news recently. This talk will cover some ...

Content Discovery Re-imagined

Understanding reader's interests and appropriately tailoring your WordPress homepage for them.

Towards an Alternate Theme Structure?

In theory, child themes save you a lot of work. But not if you have to change lots ...

Moving Fluid

The responsive custom design. Ngaire Ackerley discusses fluid design within WordPress themes.

Simple Usability Tweaks for WordPress Themes

So you've got your WordPress site up and running and visitors are finding it through search engines. But ...

Designing WordPress Admins Icons

The 'Customizer' was introduced in Wordpress 3.4, allowing users to toggle settings on their site with a live ...

Tailoring WordPress to suit your client needs

WordPress is designed to make website administration simple. This talk covers how StudioA2 deliver projects that allow flexibility ...

Build a mobile theme to use with your WordPress site

Mobile website development is a hot topic at the moment. More and more users are accessing websites via ...

Themes, Plugins and Accessibility

One of the recent WordPress accessibility initiatives has been the introduction of the 'accessibility-ready' tag for theme authors ...
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