WordCamp Torino: Decluttering WordPRess

WordCamp Torino: Decluttering WordPRess

As a developer working at a UX and WordPress agency, I’ve learnt a lot about common UI and UX mistakes. In this presentation I talked about how this knowledge helped eliminate common pain points in WordPress itself, from adding users to email notifications. It includes helpful advice for people who want to learn more about UX and perhaps even want to start contributing to WordPress core.

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Pascal Birchler

April 08, 2017
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  1. Decluttering WordPress

  2. Pascal Birchler
 @swissspidy

  3. User Experience matters

  4. “Caring is the coolest thing I’ve ever seen anyone do.”

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  8. Roles & Capabilities

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  10. Decisions not Options

  11. It’s a Burden Not a Choice

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  15. 99 Problems

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  18. Adding New Users

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  22. The Admin Menu

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  29. There’s More!

  30. Pretty Permalinks

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  33. Pretty Permalinks by default

  34. E-Mails

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  36. E-Mail Summaries

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  39. Notifications

  40. Key Takeaways

  41. 1. UX matters

  42. 2. WordPress Can Do Better

  43. 3. Set Boundaries

  44. 4. Put Yourself in the User’s Shoes

  45. 5. Use Available Tools

  46. Thank You!