WordPress London Meetup – July 2014

23rd July 2014

18:30

Deliverables, WordCamp Bournemouth and taking the leap are the subjects of July’s WordPress London Meetup.

Speakers

Kirsty Burgoine

Kirsty is a web designer / WordPress developer living in Shropshire. She has been working within the web industry in one way or another for ten years and running her own web business (imaginatively called Kirsty Burgoine Ltd.) for 5 years. She specialises in building bespoke WordPress websites for clients large and small, and, as the only ‘official’ employee in her company, she is proud to be employee of the month EVERY month!

A self-confessed geek, Kirsty is also one of the founders of Shropgeek, organising events for geeky people in Shropshire including (R)Evolution 2015, a full-day conference of web and technology talks: http://2015.shropgeek-revolution.co.uk/.

Jonathan Harris

Jonathan is a Creative Director at Harrisment Design and also the designer behind the logo of WordCamp Bournemouth!

Rian Rietveld

Rian is a web developer from the Netherlands. She builds accessible WordPress websites for companies/organisations and gives web accessibility consulting and training for web developers. She’s also a member of the Make WordPress Accessible team.

Sponsors

Campaign Monitor
Moove
SiteGround

Organisers

Dan Maby

Dan is a director at blue 37. He thrives on business development and project management, as well as having a passion for productivity & marketing.  He’s the founder of WP&UP, a charity supporting the WordPress community’s mental, physical, business and code health.   You’ll also find him organising WordPress focused events including #wpldn#wpEssex & #wpSuffolk.

Ngaire Ackerley

I’m Ngaire, from New Zealand. I’m a designer and web developer by day and a travel photographer, travel writer and blogger the rest of the time.

Graham Armfield

Graham is a Web Accessibility Consultant for his own company Coolfields Consulting. He work with organisations to help them improve the accessibility of their websites – testing the websites for accessibility, and advising the designers and developers on how to fix issues found. He has also written detailed training courses on accessibility for developers which he presents on a regular basis.

He’s also a WordPress developer, and I’ve built many accessible WordPress websites for clients.