Do you have a passion for WordPress? Do you make a living using WordPress and want to give back to the community by sharing your knowledge? If you said yes to either..we want to hear from you.

This year we are going to structure the event with two tracks meant to accommodate two distinct demographics: Technical and End-User WordPress practitioners and professionals.

The Technical Track will deliver sessions that are highly technical tailored for developers and designers alike. They are meant to offer insight, provide a collaborative space for technical folks to engage with one another and, hopefully, teach the attendees something new.

The End User Track will be for everyone else. The demographics of this group will be small business owners, bloggers, website owners using WordPress, users looking to better understand WordPress, and other similar subjects. It will deliver content that everyone from the WordPress expert to the not yet converted user can enjoy.

While all session submissions are welcome, we want allow our attendees to shape the conference. To help facilitate this, we have gathered a list of suggested topics from last year’s attendees. If you have a passion for anything on this list, please drop us a line.

  • A/B Testing
  • Analytics
  • Application / Infrastructure Performance
  • Creation and Extension of Plugins
  • Custom Post Types and Taxonomies
  • Content Creation
  • Custom Theme Creation
  • Project Management
  • Responsive Web Design
  • Site migration to WordPress
  • Security
  • Scalability, Optimization and Performance
  • Typography
  • Theme Frameworks v. Custom Themes
  • Using WordPress as a CMS
  • UX Principles & User Experience Design
  • WordPress End User Training
  • WordPress and eCommerce
  • Typography

Consider this is the official call for speakers. The call is open until February 15th so make sure to get your application in as soon as possible so we can review.

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