You already have a WordPress website and have some questions? In that case a screensharing meeting might be a perfect start.
We can take it one meeting at a time and figure out what kind of support will serve you best.
Would you like to brush up your WordPress skills? Or do you want to be able to really work with your WordPress website and start out by building it yourself? In this case, we could do a number of trainings sessions.
We usually organize our trainings as screensharing meetings. During that meeting you are welcome to ask us (almost) anything, both concerning your WordPress project or WordPress in general.
One screensharing session usually takes between 45 and 90 minutes and costs between 90 and 180 € (VAT not included).
Sometimes you get stuck at one specific point and it only needs a little hint for you to be able to overcome the obstacle. Sometimes the tasks are more complex.
No matter where you stand right now, with our training we will always be able to tackle your task at hand. Together we find a good solution for your website.
Training packages and workshops
Depending on your need, you can book a series of training sessions. We will suggest a session plan to give you an idea how many sessions we might need. We certainly can adjust the sessions on the go.
For companies we also offer more extensive workshops, via screensharing or in-person, for more participants and more complex tasks.
For our screensharing sessions we usually use the online app zoom.us.
Using zoom.us, we are able talk to each other while we can share our screens. You will need a computer with a working internet connection, camera and headset are optional.
Using the zoom app is free of charge for you.
Optional: We are able to record the session and provide you with the video.
HOW TO: SCREENSHARING MEETINGS
You are interested in booking a screensharing session? Kindly send us an inquiry.
- We take a look at your inquiry and assess how we can assist you. If we have questions, we get in touch.
- As soon as all the details are clear, we send you an email with a link for you to make a booking.
- We prepare the session and send you a link for the meeting.
How much is a screensharing session?
One screensharing session takes between 45 and 90 minutes and is between 90 and 180€ (VAT not included).
If you have a specific problem with a certain WordPress plugin or theme, it usually makes more sense to get in touch with the plugin or theme support.
When we suspect that we might not be able to really help you with your task at hand, we will let you know and, if at all possible, give you a recommendation how to proceed.
Yes, I am interested in booking a screensharing meeting.
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This inquiry is free of charge and without any obligation.
Auf der Basis des WordPress Standard-Themes Twentyseventeen entstand ein Theme für die 35 Häuser der Franziskaner-Provinz.
Im Bild links: Franziskanerkloster in Pankow
Im Bild rechts: Projekt San Damiano.
Workshop New WordPress Website for
Branches of the Franciscans
The Franciscan Province of Germany has more than 35 branches. Bit by bit all of these will get new websites.
In close collaboration with the Franciscans, we developed a theme that can easily be adjusted according to the needs of each branch.
This theme offers a consistent base for an arbitrary number of websites within a WordPress Multisite installation. At the same time, the theme can customized for the individual needs of each branch.
- Over a period of 10 weeks we conducted six two-hour workshops. During this time, we developed an exemplary website together with our client.
This way, we were able to develop the new theme one element at a time: We created pages and posts, searched for plugins and added features.
- During each workshop, we worked directly with the client. This way, we were able to incorporate his ideas and wishes at every step of the process.
- The time between the workshop sessions the client was able to add more content. At the same time, we were able to finetune design and functionality according to the results of our previous workshop.
To develop a theme this way allowed for a rather lean process.
We did not need to spend much time planning for all kinds of options beforehand but were able to take it one step at a time, with the person who, in all probability, will be working with it. Due to the close contact, we were able to discuss ideas in person and act on suggestions spontaneously.
We were able to easily incorporate additional features since the theme was growing at the same pace as our workshops were evolving.