Organizing WordCamps: A Panel Discussion

Transcript ↓ In this episode, the host, Michelle Frechette, introduces the organizers of WordCamp Atlanta: Annabel Prince, Aaron Reimann, and Will Middleton. Each organizer shares their involvement with WordPress and their roles within the community. They discuss the impact of the pandemic on WordCamps and meetups, the challenges they faced in planning the event, and… Continue reading Organizing WordCamps: A Panel Discussion

Member Spotlight: Jeremy Fremont

Jeremy Fremont is the director of business development at Multidots, a leading WordPress development organization. He enjoys life to the fullest and loves that on a daily basis, he gets to connect with organizations to brainstorm and strategize ways to accelerate their digital growth through their websites. He has had the pleasure of working in… Continue reading Member Spotlight: Jeremy Fremont

Community Roundup Week Ending September 8

DEIB in WordPress Continues Underrepresented Gender Release Team After WordCamp US I sat down (via Zoom, of course) with Josepha Haden Chomphosy, the Executive Director of WordPress, to discuss the underrepresented gender release team currently in process for the next WordPress release, reflections back on the all-women/non-binary release, and thoughts on inclusivity in WordPress. It’s… Continue reading Community Roundup Week Ending September 8

Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 22

Transcript ↓ In this episode, Cory Miller and Corey Maass discuss preparations for WordCampUS and designing business cards for the event. They receive feedback on their design and decide on a winning business card design that includes pricing information and a QR code. They also discuss the content and layout of their product’s landing page,… Continue reading Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 22

Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 21

Transcript ↓ In this episode, Cory Miller and Corey Maass discuss the progress with their product and plans for marketing. They mention ordering stickers and preparing for WordCamp US. They also talk about the importance of having a clear name for the plugin and creating a frictionless process for potential customers to sign up or… Continue reading Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 21

Community Roundup Week Ending September 1

100 Years is a Very Long Time Last week WordPress announced its 100-Year Plan. When I think of 100 years… Well, honestly, I don’t think about 100 years often, but when I do it’s almost always looking back at what we (the collective, global “we”) have accomplished in the last 100 years. In the (almost)… Continue reading Community Roundup Week Ending September 1

Community Roundup Week Ending August 25 (and WCUS)

WordCamp US – It’s a Wrap! I returned home from WCUS (and the Community Summit) last night. Home less than 24 hours and filled with gratitude for all the people who planned and executed such an amazing WordPress week, to the attendees who made it amazing, and to the sponsors who made it possible. My… Continue reading Community Roundup Week Ending August 25 (and WCUS)

Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 20

Transcript ↓ In this podcast episode, Corey Maass and Cory Miller demonstrate and discuss the features of their OMG IMG plugin. They showcase how the plugin allows users to show or hide sections, customize settings, and create images for social media posts. They also address challenges related to layout and templates, including different image sizes… Continue reading Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 20

Member Spotlight: Rachel Winchester

Rachel Winchester, or Win for short, is an independent product designer and startup founder who occasionally dabbles in internet art and other creative projects. Catch her hosting the Philly WordPress Meetup every month. Win began her career by teaching herself digital marketing, participating in WordPress meetups, and creating arts-related websites for fun. She deepened her… Continue reading Member Spotlight: Rachel Winchester

Member Spotlight: Jon Clark

Jon is a Marketing Automation Manager for StellarWP. Based out of the DMV area, Jon enjoys all things data and analytics, tech, sports, hiking and working on building his Youtube channel. What do you enjoy most about working in WordPress? The thing I enjoy the most about working in WordPress is the complexity. There are… Continue reading Member Spotlight: Jon Clark