In the run up to SWIGmas we’ve got a great event on this month. We have 2 talks from regulars Matt Pealing and Anthony Casey covering the modern web design techniques and how WordPress can be applied to very specific content management jobs so it promises to be much more interesting than listening to me prattle on!
Next month’s event will be on the 15th to avoid eating into our precious holidays. We’re planning a movie night with a few talks from vimeo and TED with discussion time afterwards, or if it’s by popular demand we can always watch my Helvetica DVD… (you know you want to).
This meet-up takes place at the interconnect/it offices. As those from September’s SWIG remember we can seat more people with a bigger room on the first floor in (meeting room 1, up the stairs once you enter the building, through the door and on your right).
Agenda for this Meeting, starting at 6:30pm
- Welcome and Introductions – tell us who you are and what you do, and something cool you learned about WordPress recently like new plugins or themes
- Quick discussion about ideas and get things arranged for the next month’s event
- “Responsive Design” – presentation by Anthony Casey
- “Building a directory website with WordPress” – presentation by Matt Pealing
- Drinks at a nearby pub and open forum
Don’t forget to get in touch if you want to present something at one of friendly meetings, it doesn’t strictly have to be to do with WordPress so talks on design, copywriting, marketing, case studies or just fun web stuff are all fair game. We’ve had some great talks over summer, and the event just keeps getting better and bigger.
If you’d like to add anything to the agenda – just mention it in the comments. Please use the form below to register (it’s free to attend!) If you can’t make it to a meeting and have booked a ticket please do let us know as numbers are strictly limited and we’re always completely sold out of seated places. You can also book in advance for December’s meeting (15th).
Won’t Somebody think of the internet connected fridge?
Talk by Anthony Casey