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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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Episode 4: The Evolution of a Web Designer

In this episode, I’m chatting with Chris Ford who is leveraging her talents as a successful web designer to empower others. We discuss how her 20 years of web design experience is creating new opportunities in her career evolution. Meet Chris Ford There’s one common thread in Chris Ford’s 20 year web design career: learning new web design tools, techniques

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Episode 3: Tips for Mastering Client Communications

In this episode, I’m chatting with Erin E Flynn about mastering client communications. To be successful in your freelance business it is crucial that you develop solid communication skills for managing clients and projects. Erin shares tips on how to avoid nightmare clients, and become efficient and effective with your client communications. It is a skill that everyone will benefit

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Episode 2: Content Audits Save Development Time

In this episode, I’m chatting with Sallie Goetsch about Content Audits and how they can save you development time. If you’ve every had a project with a lot of existing content, performing an audit of that content BEFORE you begin any design or development work, will save you time. We’ll talk about what it is and how to go about

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Episode 1: Content First Strategy

This episode is all about content. My guest John Locke and I talk about developing a content first strategy when working on client projects. Meet John Locke Since 2012, John has been helping business owners in Sacramento and across the country. His WordPress consultancy, Lockedown Design, helps businesses improve their SEO, launch and improve their e-commerce stores, and solves business

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Episode 0: Launch of Rethink.fm

In this episode, I’m talking about how the idea for Rethink.fm came to be. Tonya Mork shares her thoughts on WordPress, code, and workflow. Meet Tonya Mork Tonya teaches programming, how to think about code, and how to build WordPress products (themes and plugins) at Know the Code. She is always examining the way we do things to find a

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