WP Ann Arbor April 2017

Wednesday, April 26, 2017
6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
(Room 1250, Undergraduate Science Building, 204 Washtenaw Ave, Ann Arbor MI 48109)

Topic: The WordPress Design Phase

Speakers:

1) Ross Johnson (Custom Themes)

2) Janelle Reichman (Child Themes – why to use them, how to design them and how to implement them.)

Overview: Overview: In the third of eight meetups, we will cover the WordPress website design process.

Talk Level: All

Ross Bio: Coming soon

Janelle Bio: Coming soon

 

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2017 Meetup overview: 

Our meetups Feb – Oct will have a theme “project lifecycle”, we’ll cover the major milestones of building a WordPress website.

We have created a speaker sign up sheet; we need 3 or more speakers for each event. See signup link for details

• Feb: Sales and Kickoff ✓

• Mar: The project discovery phase ✓

• April: The design phase

• May: Responsive coding phase

• June: Development phase

• July: Content phase

• Aug: Testing phase

• Sept: Birthday Party

• Oct: Hosting + Security Phase

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Call for Topics & Speakers:

If you have a topic, you would like us to cover, please let us know. Also, we are always looking for new speakers to talk about WordPress related topics, if you or you know someone who would like to speak, please get in touch.

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Location: Room 1250, Undergraduate Science Building, 204 Washtenaw Ave, Ann Arbor MI 48109

Room 1250 is on the 1st floor of the Undergraduate Science Building. The doors will remain unlocked until 7 pm, but we’ll post signs on the doors directing you where to go and including a contact cell phone number.

Location Tip! The Undergraduate Science Building is on the corner of Washington and Palmer. From the street, take the steps up one level. At the top of the steps, you will see the door entrance. Parking is available on Palmer Drive.

Parking

Parking is available on Palmer Drive.  Also, University Blue-lot parking should be free from 6 pm on; carefully check the posted signs. A parking map is available; the Undergraduate Science Building is at M-2 on the map.