ABOUT THE PRESENTATION
WordPress makes designing and developing sites faster than ever. Sometimes, though, you need some extra productivity habits to bring all the elements together efficiently and on time. In this presentation, Beth Livingston reveals six universal productivity principles that can be applied to website development. You can even use them for projects such as a fund-raiser at church or even tiling your kitchen floor!
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Beth built her first WordPress website in 2009 for a side business, was immediately smitten, and soon began building websites for other small businesses. In 2016, after a long history as an IT Business Analyst, Instructional Designer, and Project Manager, she left the corporate world to form her WordPress agency (WP Roadmaps). Soon after, while attending WordCamps and seeing how folks were struggling with project management, she decided to share her knowledge to help others by forming the WP Project Manager’s Academy. She now enjoys providing real-life project management skills training to all types of WordPress practitioners (designers, developers, consultants, project managers, and agencies).
In addition to continuing to run her agency and serving as the Academy Director, Beth also administers the WordPress Project Management Facebook group and serves as an event organizer for the Triad WordPress Meetup Group.
Beth considers teaching her one true joy and has presented project management-related talks at various WordCamps across the US, international WordPress meetups, at Venture Cafe Winston-Salem, and has taught project management classes at Guilford Technical Community College’s Small Business Center in Greensboro NC.
In her spare time, what there is of it, Beth also enjoys visiting live music venues and occasionally acting and singing in local theater productions.
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