We’re at (and Sponsoring) WordCamp Bristol!

The Make Do crew are in Bristol this weekend hanging out and sponsoring the wonderful WordCamp Bristol!

It feels like it’s going to be a memorable event and we’re super pleased to be sponsoring and supporting this growing WordCamp which is now in its third year!

The Sessions

Here’s a rundown of some of the talks our team have picked out to see:

Gutenberg | How a WordPress studio adapted
David Darke

A Timesaver’s Guide to the Command Line
Keith Hyde

WordPress, the Community and Your Mental Health
Dan Maby

Custom theme building structures & techniques to save your sanity!
Jonny Allbut

The Art of Problem Solving
Ben Everard

Thinking in patterns
Tammie Lister

So what have the new HTML5 elements ever done for accessibility?
Graham Armfield

Build blocks without writing JavaScript
Mark Wilkinson

The magic (key)word: why your site is not getting the traffic it deserves
Jesse van de Hulsbeek

Meet Your Friends the Gutenberg Blocks
Karla Campos

Building websites using React.js and WordPress API
Mitko Kochkovski

Selling WordPress
Scott Jones

Looking for a job in WordPress or are you a talented freelancer?

If you’re at the WordCamp and are interested in working with Make Do either as a full time employee or freelance come and find us!

Let's talk about you

Prefer to talk on the phone?
You can speak to Kimb by calling us direct on (+44) 01143 606660.

Email the team…
Send your requirements to hello@makedo.net and we’ll reply within 24 hours.

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