WordCamp Ottawa

WordCamp Ottawa is always an amazing camp – good people, good food, great information and sharing. I always feel welcomed and I always leave with more friends.

It is my pleasure to have been selected as a speaker for this year’s WordCamp. I’m happy to share with others about little things we can do – tweaks really – that can make a technically great site even better – as these are things that make your user’s experience (your site’s visitors) even happier.

I’m happy to share my slide deck below.

So you can build a technically wonderful website, but does it appeal to your audience? Does it have finesse? Who is it designed for: the owner, the designer/developer, or the customer/user? Are forms user-friendly? This talk will show you the things that make a website more complete, user-friendly, and user-appealing. Topics will include favicons, custom 404 pages, form buttons, footers, colors, SSL certificates, and more.




Email me or use the form in the sidebar to submit your ideas and questions, and they may show up in a future post.

About Me

Overextended, overcommitted, entrepreneur, volunteer, and social butterfly. Avid Scrabble player. Tea snob. Mom. School board member. Marketing fanatic. 11th hour expert. WordPress Meetup Coordinator. WordCamp speaker. WordCamp organizer. Frequent WordCamp attendee.

I am the owner and marketing diva at Marketed by Michelle.

Follow me on Twitter @michelleames.


  • Jeffrey Everets July 24, 2017 at 11:54 pm

    Hey Michelle. I’ve already been home and have tired to implement a lot of the stuff from you session. I have a new Favicon, working on a proper logo and checked to make sure all those little things are looked after. Thanks again for all your help and hope so see you down this way in the fall.

    • michelle July 24, 2017 at 11:57 pm

      Fantastic! It was a pleasure to meet you and Michelle. I’ll keep an eye on your site to see the updates. If you ever have any questions – let me know! Keep up the good work!


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