We’re absolutely delighted to announce that Heart Internet is once again sponsoring WordCamp Brighton, happening on August 17th, 18th, and 19th at the Clarendon Centre.
For the third year running, WordCamp Brighton is a great opportunity for the WordPress community to get together to discuss ideas, share knowledge, and show off how much they love using WordPress. If you’re just starting out or you’re a WordPress expert, a WordCamp is perfect for getting more involved.
With workshops and talks covering a wide range of topics, there’s plenty to see at WordCamp Brighton. Here are just five we’re excited about:
Finding the Words to Press by Tess Coughlen-Allen
Friday, 9:45 – 11:45
This two-hour workshop will cover how to get the best possible content from your clients, including the right questions to ask your clients, how to come up good ideas for blog posts, free tools that are available, and how to best review web content.
Colour on the web: colour theory, usability, and accessibility by Piccia Neri
Friday, 11:45 – 12:30
Colour is such an essential design element, but accessibility and usability must be the first consideration when choosing the right colours and application. Piccia will give practical advice on how to use colour in your design, and touch on colour psychology and theory.
The Final 10 Percent by Vicki Jakes
Friday, 15:45 – 16:45
What makes the last part of any digital project so difficult? Is it us, our clients, or the projects themselves that fail at this stage? Vicki will go through common project failing she’s seen repeatedly, and provide actionable advice to help deliver better projects.
Gutenberg Blocks for Bloggers by Mike Epstein
Saturday, 9:45 – 11:15
You’ve heard about Gutenberg and how it works, but if you’re not a coder and need to create a new Gutenberg block, it can seem daunting. In this workshop, Mika talks you through creating Gutenberg blocks without needing any code knowledge.
Design Trends: The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly by Matthew Burleton
Saturday, 15:45 – 16:45
Trends shape the future of digital design, and when choosing the latest trend, you need to think about what’s just a “flash in the pan” and what can seriously benefit and inspire future design thinking.
There’s also the Contributor Day on Sunday, 19 August, the fantastic social event on Saturday evening, and a huge range of sponsors, including Jetpack, WooCommerce, Yoast, and us.
Tickets are still available, and they’re just £30, so get yours now before they sell out!
And if you’re a Heart Internet customer, do come and say hi!