User

It goes without saying, but whether you’re designing or developing, it’s crucial to keep the user in mind.

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

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AMP at the speed of live

For years, the Liveblog plugin has been the go-to solution for WordPress sites looking for a live coverage ...

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 ...

Designing the Content Creation Experience

WordPress is being used in increasingly complex settings, powering everything from websites, to apps to content distribution services. ...

All-in-one GDPR

We'll be looking at the development process and the problems solved by our compliance toolkit to help your ...

NatWest 6 Nations Match Centre on WordPress

Following on from our work with the British & Irish Lions tour of 2017, Sotic were engaged to ...

Useful Accessibility Tools

A look at a selection of some useful free tools that help ensure accessibility of websites. The tools ...

Why You Should Give Great Support

So you’ve created a plugin or a theme for WordPress? Awesome! It doesn’t stop there. Find out why ...

Why are we writing all these blog posts?

Are you a growth-hacking marketing guru, creating compelling content that resonates with your target audience and drives value? ...

Fun and Games with Regex

Think ‘regex’ and ‘fun’ can’t exist in the same sentence? I’ll teach you how to win at computer ...

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 ...

The Role of Page Builders for Developers

Are custom page templates and shortcodes offering our clients and users the best content publishing experience? In this ...

WordPress at the United Nations

“WordPress at the United Nations” is about my experience doing WordPress consulting at the United Nations Head Quarters ...

Plugins Uncovered – March 2017

We all have our favourite go-to plugins, often using them repeatedly on our client projects.  We may have ...

Privacy by Design: 7 things you can’t afford to ignore

Even in a post Brexit UK, the new law on data protection is going to change things for ...

Word after word: my writing workflow

From blog posts to internal reports, reviews, documentations, business proposals or social statuses, there is a wide range ...

Happiness Bar – Dec. 2015

Looking for advise regarding WordPress?  Want to chat with the community about a concept you have?  Have an ...

Is the wp-admin interface dead?

With the rise of WP-API and WP-CLI plugin developers can no longer assume that a user is interacting ...

How we created Google Docs-style editing for WordPress posts and pages

Poetica is a beta WordPress plugin that inserts Google Docs-style collaboration into your WordPress posts and pages. Co-founder and ...

Learn more than the average Web Developer

Steve is going to teach the 10 things that people MUST know BEFORE they Build a Website.  It’s ...

Is WordPress always the right tool for the Job?

A case study of how we have used WordPress in creative ways and a few of the bumps ...

Theme LOL

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

Handling User Generated Content in WordPress

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

Google Publisher Plugin

Michael Smith will be discussing the Google Publish WordPress Plugin.

Writing blogs and articles – lessons from writing for newspapers

Peter Curtain gives a talk on writing blogs and articles, his lessons from writing for newspapers.

Intro + WP Contributor Day

Welcome to the WordPress London Meetup. Keith will discuss the upcoming WordPress Contributor Day.

Content Discovery Re-imagined

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

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 ...

How not to give appalling user support

More and more developers are using WordPress to build and sell online products (web apps, SaaS, etc.), and ...

WP-API

Access your WordPress site's data through an easy-to-use HTTP REST API

Where’s The One Click Install?

Lot's of web hosts now offer one-click installation of WordPress, but what if your chosen host doesn't, or ...
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