Monday April 2, 2012 – 6:40 PM – 9:55 PM
LOCATION: Mary Pickford Studio
8885 Venice Blvd., Suite 203, Los Angeles, CA 90034
FREE PARKING | FREE REFRESHMENTS | NETWORKING | DOOR PRIZES
This workshop will walk users through the basics of setting up a WordPress installation as well as the basic operations of the WordPress content management system and how it can help them to create more flexible, self-sufficient sites for their clients. We’ll also cover themes and plugins, how to work with them, which ones to use, etc. and I’ll give a breakdown of my process for creating WordPress themes. Time permitting I will also do a section of Q&A to assess any questions the audience may have regarding WordPress.
6:40 PM – Doors Open – Registration / Networking
7:00 PM – WordPress for Web Designers Part 1
8:15 PM – Networking Break / Tweetup @lawebprosgroup and Light Refreshments
8:40 PM – Prize Drawing
8:50 PM – WordPress for Web Designers Part 2
9:55 PM – Meeting End
RSVP’s are required.
You can RSVP on our EventBrite http://lawpg-april2012.eventbrite.com/ or by email email@example.com
Please note that a $5 admission fee is respectfully requested and includes a door prize ticket. If there is a financial hardship and you can’t pay please let us know by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by adding yourself to the waitlist for the very limited free tickets that will be released randomly a few days before the event.
Please feel free to invite as many friends as you want.
Justin Seeley is a renowned software trainer and graphic designer with nearly a decade’s worth of experience in the creative media industry. His podcasts consistently rank among the top software how-to podcasts on the iTunes Store and his techniques have been featured on a variety of internet shows and digital publications. To date Justin has authored over 50 hours of instructional content on a variety of digital imaging and design related topics for companies like Total Training, Ten Ton Books, and most recently Lynda.com and CreativeLIVE.
Parking Info: Please note you may park in the lot for free or there is also plenty of street parking.