WordCamp Ottawa is always an amazing camp – good people, good food, great information and sharing. I always feel welcomed and I always leave with more friends.
It is my pleasure to have been selected as a speaker for this year’s WordCamp. I’m happy to share with others about little things we can do – tweaks really – that can make a technically great site even better – as these are things that make your user’s experience (your site’s visitors) even happier.
I’m happy to share my slide deck below.
It’s the Little Things that Make a Difference
So you can build a technically wonderful website, but does it appeal to your audience? Does it have finesse? Who is it designed for: the owner, the designer/developer, or the customer/user? Are forms user-friendly? This talk will show you the things that make a website more complete, user-friendly, and user-appealing. Topics will include favicons, custom 404 pages, form buttons, footers, colors, SSL certificates, and more.
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Overextended, overcommitted, entrepreneur, volunteer, and social butterfly. Avid Scrabble player. Tea snob. Mom. School board member. Marketing fanatic. 11th hour expert. WordPress Meetup Coordinator. WordCamp speaker. WordCamp organizer. Frequent WordCamp attendee.
I am the owner and marketing diva at Marketed by Michelle.
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