The eighth group of speakers of the upcoming WordCamp Europe 2019 will share their professional experience about design-related topics. And everyone knows how important design is for an outstanding website!

This group of speakers will be delivering talks and hosting workshops on topics about design. In my opinion, this year WordCamp Europe 2019 in Berlin, has put a lot of effort to bring the best speakers & topics. We can not wait to hear them!

In this WordCamp the speakers are divided into 8 groups covering topics such as Business, Design, Gutenberg, Development, Open Source and Communities.

WordCamp Europe 2019: The topic of the eighth group of speakers is Design

WordCamp Europe 2019 hashtag is #WCEU

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Speakers for Design

Say WordCamp and open your ears. Meet the eighth group of WordCamp Europe 2019 speakers about Design.

WordCamp Europe 2019 Speakers, Design

Ana Cirujano

Variable fonts: The future of web design

Ana is a web designer with a bachelor’s degree in sociology and is a marketing graduate with 10+ years of experience in graphic design, editorial design, and employer branding. In 2016, Ana earned a master’s degree in web design and development, became self-employed, and devoted herself to developing web projects with WordPress.

Ana leads the Design Team in her local WordPress community, is co-organiser of the Collado Villalba Meetup, and attends every WordCamp in Spain.

Ana Cirujano
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Charles Johnston

WordPress for non-profits: Website best practices, collecting donations, increasing exposure online.

Charles is a self-proclaimed digital ninja. After spending the last few decades in the IT industry, he started a boutique web design agency called HeartWired Technical Solutions, which focuses on putting compassion back into technology. Charles has a heart for nonprofits and small businesses that are doing good in their local or global communities.

Charles Johnston
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Izabela Mrochen

[Workshop] Design your WordPress website to be accessible and usable – the WCAG standards

Izabela is a professor assistant at the University of Silesia, Poland. She integrates CAT tools in software localisation and cloud computing, and promotes accessibility and social and digital inclusion. Preparing websites according to the WCAG rules has influenced her interests. In 2016 she was awarded a Professional Certificate in Web Accessibility by the University of South Australia and Media Access Australia.

Izabela Mrochen
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Karin Christen

[Workshop] Do it yourself – The user testing toolbox

Karin is a co-founder and an interaction designer at required.com, a WordPress agency based in Germany and Switzerland, focusing on user experience design and custom development.

Karin Christen
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Maja Benke

Accessible content

Maja studied landscape architecture but soon discovered her love for WordPress and travelling the world. Now she works as a web designer with a passion for UX and accessibility and has a blog for WordPress newbies.

Maja Benke
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Mark Uraine

Designing in the open, remotely

As an interdisciplinary designer, Mark is dedicated to making the web more accessible and human friendly by facilitating the transfer of information. As a designer at Automattic, he strives to be an impactful contributor to open source by designing, communicating, and getting things done.

Mark Uraine
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Rob Hope

Understanding what makes a website landing page convert

After a decade of freelancing in the WordPress space, Rob has taken the leap to working full time on One Page Love, a leading resource for single-page website design and landing pages. He also publishes YouTube videos about website design and development.

Rob Hope
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