This, an eco-Judaism course, in Pueblo, Colorado. I created this flyer for the class, and am about to embark on a web presence to give it a unique look, while fitting in with the rest of the Ruach Ha’Aretz programs.
WordCamp was fabulous! Met great people, learned lots, made good connections – folks who seem as happy to connect with a graphic designer as I am to meet codie-types. Looking forward to developing lots more WordPress sites! Ready to turn the ‘page’ to more exciting functionality, and broader theme-adaptation and development. Great to be able to officially put on that UI cap once again.
So many highlights from WordCamp… For example, learning that Carlton University uses WordPress, now that’s big! And hearing about the trials and tribulations involved with getting it to happen is encouraging…. it ain’t always easy to convince folks to make these changes! Hearing about that process of development is useful. Frankie Gershwin singing her great-uncle’s Summertime – that was amazing! Watching the bubbly, charming, and super-impressive Matt Mullenweg speak about where WordPress has been and where it’s going, with those very groovy slides; that was awesome! Speaking of awesome slide presentations, Zach Berke’s presentation was totally inspiring, and quite cool – he used Prezi…. must check it out! A great alternative to PowerPoint. Will add more highlights as I go through my notes! So much inspiration! So much enthusiasm! The WordPress community is the best!
Here are a few of my favorite things from San Miguel de Allende… more pictures here!
Bittersweet cafe – a feast for all the senses! … including, but not limited to the chocolate and epsresso. The package design is exquisite, and the chocolate it’s packaging is divine.
Would love to see Georgia O’Keeffe: Abstraction at the Whitney in NYC. In the meantime, since I’ve been creating lots of decorative borders lately anyway, thought I’d have some fun …. Okay, I really must get back to work!