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.
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.
Pena Lite is simplified free version of our premium WordPress theme Pena. Theme is a perfect match for charity and non-profit organizations.
Pena Lite is built mobile first and is pleasure to view on devices of all sizes. It features modern, easy-to-read typography and minimalistic design.
Not so long ago most blog sites used to look quite generic and bloggers sole focus was on the content. The content is, without a doubt, still a king and so should be, but modern, high quality, mobile friendly responsive design became an important factor for enhancing user experience and even more crucial for SEO.
Didi Lite is simplified free version of our premium WordPress theme Didi. Theme is a perfect match for fashion, lifestyle and magazine style sites.
Didi Lite is built mobile first and is pleasure to view on devices of all sizes. It features modern, easy-to-read typography and minimalistic design.
As we like to attend WordCamps whenever we can, next week we are on our way to the biggest one, WordCamp Europe 2016 in Vienna. Can’t wait!
Together with our friend Sami Keijonen we decided to organise themers meetup the day before the WordCamp. Most people are coming to Vienna a few days before the camp. So, we believe that this kind of meetup can be a good way to meet people before the camp, eat something and enjoy Vienna ;).