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.

4 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

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