LunchPress #6: Working with a WordPress Designer

Today I keep it casual to talk about working with a WordPress designer. **Headphone warning!** I attempt to do this with two parrots out, and sometimes their peeps come in mega-loud when they’re behind the camera. I talk loud so you can turn the volume down low and still enjoy the show.2:00 How to work with a WordPress designer difference between a designer and a developer in skillsets4:00 Traits of a great WordPress designer when you're first looking around while wearing birds on my head8:50: What to ask for/expect once you've found your ideal designer12:20 What not to expect15: Next steps once you've found your ideal designer; what to come prepared with and how to get the most of out this new business relationship20:30 Question from Twitter: Are themes (builders) killing custom design?23:24 Question from the chat: Jenna's question regarding consulting and website review26:30 WordCamp + reminder about next week's winner!27:27 You can totally close this video… the rest is just me trying to find the Facebook screen to close the stream 😉

Posted by Eraserheader Design on Tuesday, April 25, 2017

 

LunchPress #6: Working with a WordPress Designer

 

Today I keep it casual to talk about working with a WordPress designer. **Headphone warning!** I attempt to do this with two parrots out, and sometimes their peeps come in mega-loud when they’re behind the camera. I talk loud so you can turn the volume down low and still enjoy the show.

2:00 How to work with a WordPress designer difference between a designer and a developer in skillsets

4:00 Traits of a great WordPress designer when you’re first looking around while wearing birds on my head

8:50: What to ask for/expect once you’ve found your ideal designer

12:20 What not to expect

15: Next steps once you’ve found your ideal designer; what to come prepared with and how to get the most of out this new business relationship

20:30 Question from Twitter: Are themes (builders) killing custom design?

23:24 Question from the chat: Jenna’s question regarding consulting and website review

26:30 WordCamp + reminder about next week’s winner!

27:27 You can totally close this video… the rest is just me trying to find the Facebook screen to close the stream 

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About Alison

Alison is the one woman show behind Eraserheader Design. An international speaker, Alison tapps into the intersection of business, web and creativity. As a web and branding consultant, her aim is to raise web literacy for all business owners! When not being a total internet nerd, she entertains her two pet parrots.

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