Name tag for WordCamp Seattle 2014

Web Design is a Process – Supporting Links for my WordCamp Seattle 2014 Talk

At WordCamp Seattle 2014 I did a talk titled Web Design is a Process in which I refer to a number of different services and sources. Below are all the links for easy retrieval.

Prepare

Plan

Build

Slides from the presentation


About Morten Rand-Hendriksen

Morten Rand-Hendriksen is a staff author at lynda.com specializing in WordPress and web design and development and an instructor at Emily Carr University of Art and Design. He is a popular speaker and educator on all things design, web standards and open source. As the owner and Web Head at Pink & Yellow Media, a boutique style digital media company in Burnaby, BC, Canada, he has created WordPress-based web solutions for multi-national companies, political parties, banks, and small businesses and bloggers alike. He also contributes to the local WordPress community by organizing Meetups and WordCamps.

7 comments:

  1. Loved your talk at WordCamp! Is there any way to download your slides? The type on a few of them is too small to read in this blog post and I don’t see an easy way to blow it up bigger.

    1. I’ve changed the display to a regular thumbnail gallery. If you click on any one of the slides you’ll get to a larger version and there is navigation from one to the next so you can see them all individually.

  2. you covered a lot in your short time period, lots to think about.

    I am just a guy who has been dabbling in web sites and WordPress for fun, not for work, but I enjoy learning something new every day. This all started with my taking on the maintenance of the local curling club web site.

    all the best and hope to make it a WordCamp one day

    Al

  3. Hi Morten,

    Just wanted to say that you are a very good speaker! I follow you also on Lynda.com & in your books and always everything is cristall clear. Again with your talk at wordcamp. I need to rethink my workflow.

    But I have a question, is there a way to build a website for less fortunated people this way? It will take a lot of time to do all of this for each website. I work for a lot of small starting businesses that don’t have huges piles of money :-). What can you recommend than?

    Cheers

    Marco

  4. Hi Morten, thank you for posting this video from your WordCamp talk. You touched base on the first three steps, which was great info by the way, but since your time was limited do you have a blog posting on the last two, the optimize and launch steps?

    Thank you!

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