Please find below all the information for the next 3 WordPress meetups is Glasgow, corresponding to January, February and March 2019.
We’re looking forward seeing you there!
WordPress helpdesk and networking
Tuesday, 22nd January 2019, from 6:00pm until 8:30pm, at the Citizen M’s hotel lounge
If you have a WordPress site and you’ve got a bug or there is something you are not quite sure how to do, come and meet the WordPress professionals who may be able to help you or point you in the right direction.
If you are a WordPress professional and can spare a couple of hours every 3 months, come along to give some guidance to people who are learning or are stuck and need advice.
This event also aims to be a meeting point for WordPress developers and web designers looking for their next project or collaboration and for people who have a project and would like to meet a WordPress professional.
“Yoast” by Kayleigh Thorpe and “Digital Marketing” by Valerie Ferrat
Tuesday 26th February 2019, from 6:00pm until 8:30pm at the Old Sheriff Court (Scottish Youth Theatre venue)
Two talks. We’ll be updating the event description as soon as we have all the details!
“Writing effective website specification documents”, by Mark Wilkinson
Tuesday, 26th March 2019, from 6:00pm until 8:30pm at the Old Sheriff Court (Scottish Youth Theatre venue)
Do you want to set your website project up for success? Do you want to avoid any costly surprises along the way? Of course, you do.
A thorough, focused web specification document will keep your web project running smoothly and, most importantly, will give you the best to chance of delivering a project that meets the goals of your visitors and your business.
Mark Wilkinson is a developer and co-founder of Highrise Digital, a specialist WordPress agency focusing on building WordPress solutions for post-small pre-enterprise businesses.
Mark has been using WordPress since late 2005, all the way back to version 2.0. He is also an active member of the UK WordPress community, attending meet-ups and WordCamps in the UK, as well as getting involved in organising such events.