Today, we won’t only hear one interesting story, as we usually do in our WordPress interviews, but we’ll have a chance to meet two beautiful people that will share their stories with us. It is my great pleasure to welcome a very special couple, Diane Wallace & Mik Scarlet. Diane is a freelance WordPress Theme and plugin developer. She designs and builds beautiful bespoke websites and themes for a living. She is in love with WordPress and huge contributor to WordPress community. Mik is a journalist and broadcaster, and he is running a small & successful access consultancy.
Today I have a privilege to introduce a very special lady that will share some of the stories from her WordPress journey and beyond. She is a UX Designer at Automattic, member of the Theme Review Team as well as Core and Design Teams. She was one of the organizers of WordCamp Brighton 2016 and WordCamp Europe. She is passionate about open source and contributing back to WordPress project. We are also happy to have met her in person as she is a very nice, simple gal and someone you can learn a lot from.
Inspired by “Virunga” Documentary
It is such a great feeling to be inspired by someone or something. Inspiration makes you wanna spend your time creating, making this world a better place. Some time ago we watched “Virunga” documentary and that story inspired us to develop this beautiful WordPress theme we named “Maisha”.
It is my pleasure to welcome Emil Uzelac who will be sharing his WordPress story and beyond in today’s interview. Emil is a ThemeForest theme reviewer, senior reviewer on WordPress.org, creator of most downloaded free theme called ‘Responsive’ and co-founder of the Theme Review service.
Today we are really happy to have a chance to bring you an interview with our good friend Sami from Foxland. I’d take my freedom to describe him as a warm hearted guy from a cold Finland 🙂 . Beside being a nice guy he is a WordPress theme developer, active member of WordPress community, Math teacher and a huge music fan. I guess we all have something to learn from Sami so we put together a set of interesting questions for the interview that we hope you’ll enjoy as much as we did.
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