Jackie D'Elia

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Episode 14: CSS Grid with Rachel Andrew

In this episode, I’m chatting with Rachel Andrew – an authority on CSS Grid Layout, the new specification that is redefining how we approach layout for the web. We’ll cover what you need to know to get started with CSS Grid and how this will change the way you think about the web design grid. Meet Rachel Andrew Rachel Andrew …

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Episode 13: A Passion for Quality with Gary Jones

In this episode, I’m chatting with Gary Jones. I’m honored to have Gary on the show. He is your go-to person when you want things done right. He is a huge asset to the Genesis community and shares his knowledge in so many ways. If you spend any time on Github – you are sure to see his name as …

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Episode 12: Season Finale with Carrie Dils

In this episode, I’m chatting with Carrie Dils. Carrie is pure awesome. She shares her thoughts on this past year, and what she has planned for 2017 including an upcoming book, Real World Freelancing with Diane Kinney. She is the host of one of my favorite WordPress business podcasts, OfficeHours.fm and is a huge Genesis fan. Let’s get started. Meet …

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Episode 11: Pushing more than Pixels

In this episode, I’m chatting with Cathi Bosco. Cathi is the creative genius that powers her web studio in Madison CT USA. We’re talking all about collaboration on projects, lessons learned and some of our favorite design elements. She shares her industry knowledge and experience to help us forge a way forward in this ever changing digital age. Let’s get …

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Episode 10: Exploring Local Development Environments

In this episode, I’m chatting with Matt Pritchett. He is a UX developer and lives in Tennessee. We’re talking the good, the bad and the ugly about local development environments. What’s out there now and why Matt plans to build one of his own called AnchorWP. Matt is a super smart guy and I’ve had the pleasure of being in …

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Episode 9: Acres of Diamonds

In this episode, I’m chatting with Kim Doyal. She runs Kim Doyal, The WordPress Chick podcast, and several other internet businesses. We’re talking about Acres of Diamonds by Russell H. Conwell. It’s a story Kim shared with me about finding gems right in your own backyard. Many of us have been looking for success, thinking the grass is always greener …

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Episode 8: Designing User Experiences

In this episode, I’m chatting with Diane Kinney. She is a web designer and developer with over 17 years of experience running her own boutique agency. We’re talking all about design and how it is evolving, responsive vs adaptive, clients, SVGs and so much more. Diane shares a wealth of knowledge and experience in this episode, that will be sure …

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Episode 7: Why Web Accessibility Matters

In this episode, I’m chatting with Rian Rietveld. She is a Web Accessibility expert and leads the WordPress Accessibility Team. She is my first international guest, and lives in the Netherlands. This is a topic I’m passionate about. I finally get to ask Rian all those questions that have been floating around in my head about Web Accessibility. Rian explains …

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Episode 6: The Heart of a Teacher

In this episode, I’m chatting with Joe Casabona of WP in One Month and How I Built It. We’re chatting about front end development, having empathy and stepping into the WP education space. Joe shares a wealth of knowledge on how he’s helping others learn WordPress and why he started his new podcast, How I Built It. There is one …

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Episode 5: The Voice of WordPress with Shawn Hesketh

In this episode, I’m chatting with Shawn Hesketh of WP101 on how his growing business is helping designers and developers provide highly effective WordPress training for clients. Shawn is the Voice of WordPress for so many of us. His company, WP101 produces high quality, professional videos and offers them through the WP101 plugin and at WP101.com. Shawn shares his wealth …

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