The article “Universal Design IRL” pushed me to broach the topics of diversity, inclusion, and accessibility with the Seattle WordPress meetup. It’s the starting point for what I hope will be some fruitful discussions that improves the meetup over the long haul.
Posts Tagged ‘WordPress Seattle’
Two great articles, both about different types of communication.
If you know me, you know that I’m a maven. The one thing I like more than an easy-to-use tool is sharing that tool with someone else who needs it. And so in that spirit, check out the list of plugins that power MRWweb.com. You’ll get an idea of what powers this site, and, if you have a WordPress site of your own, hopefully you’ll find a useful plugin..
The video of my Seattle WordCamp 2012 presentation with Christine Winckler is up. And in bonus news, my WordPress plugin was spotted on WPMU and at WordCamp Birmingham.
From the article: “It’s choice time. Time to decide which WordPress option is the right one for your blog or website. The only problem is, well, you’re kind of confused—and afraid you’ll screw up.”
I missed posting last week (sorry!), but I’ve been busy and want to get everyone up-to-speed on where I’ve been and what I’ve been up to. Three new websites, one huge plugin update, and a WordCamp Seattle presentation.
As a web designer, the work I do often gets spread across the web, and just because a project isn’t as big as a website doesn’t mean it’s not worth mentioning! Check out some of the cool stuff I’ve been doing on the web.