Tag: dc wordpress development

Digital Project Management Summit 2021

Description: As a digital project manager, you’re critical to the success of your stakeholders, team and organization. But juggling the many demands of your role and day-to-day can make it tough to learn new skills and get the answers you need to continually improve and grow as a leader. Accelerate your learning and professional development… Read more »

Digital Creative Director Camp 2021

Description: Creative Directors have one of the most challenging jobs around and nobody seems to get it. But over these two days you’ll spend time with those who live it. Let’s get to work! At Creative Director Camp, everyone is a presenter. During our time together, we’ll dig into real challenges that you’re facing right… Read more »

WordCamp NYC 2015

WordCamp NYC is a locally-organized conference related to designing and developing for WordPress, the free and open source personal publishing software that powers over 75 million sites on the web.

WordPress for Government & Enterprise

*Come one, come all to the WordPress in Government and Large Enterprise Meetup, which which will be co-hosted by Automattic and CHIEF on May 28, 2015 @ 6:30pm. Join policymakers, technologists, designers and developers who want to meet and share their experiences using WordPress on big projects inside and outside of the .GOV space. This event will feature speakers… Read more »

DC WordPress Meetup April: SEO

“Avoiding SEO Disasters: Use Google Analytics to catch SEO problems before it’s too late.” – Marissa Goldsmith  (@mjgoldsmith) Marissa is an independent consultant in the Washington, DC area. She focuses on using data and information to make smart decisions for better results and overall user experience. Prior to this, she spent 9 years at Beaconfire… Read more »

March WordPress Meetup: Security-Focused

  Schedule • Dylan Barlett (@dylanbarlett) will be speaking on the importance of connection security, common pitfalls, and how developers and admins can protect their sites. • Eli White (@EliW) will be speaking on using WordPress’ build-in functions to protect against cross-site scripting (XSS) and cross-site request forgery (CSRF) when developing your own plugins and themes. Functions include:… Read more »

DC WordPress Meetup February: Genius Bar!

So this month, we’re doing something a little different than the usual two-speaker setup. Haven’t done one of these in a while, so for those who aren’t familiar, here’s what a Genius Bar is (in the WordPress meetup context): A place where you can a) ask questions and get answers about all things WordPress; b)… Read more »

Materiell Awarded Highest Honor in Interactive Media Awards for Work on American Press Institute Website

The Interactive Media Council recently named the winners of the 2014 Interactive Media Awards, and we are excited to announce that Materiel has won the IMA Best in Class Award for our design and development work on American Press Institute’s website. This award serves as validation for what our clients already know – Materiell’s comprehensive… Read more »