This was a presentation given at WordCamp Miami 2016. Your clients should know how to add, edit and delete any content on their website without the need to reach out to a developer.

1. Creating Themes for Clients
2. Your clients should know how to add, edit and delete any content on their website without the need to reach out to a developer. What Are You Talking About? #WCMIA @jfeliweb
3. Planning Site Structure ➔Sitemap ➔Custom Post Types ➔Custom Fields ➔Sliders/Carousels ➔Content Structure #WCMIA @jfeliweb
4. Simplify Backend Keep It Simple Straight to the point Remove Dashboard Widgets Remove unused menu items ○ Tools & Editor Add Custom Posts and Custom Fields if it is necessary #WCMIA @jfeliweb
5. Customizer / Theme Options Less is More Based on the client’s need Well Organized Goes back to planning (slide 3) #WCMIA @jfeliweb
6. “If it isn’t documented, it doesn’t exist.” ~ Jeff Atwood #WCMIA @jfeliweb
7. Documentation Document Everything Reference Inline documentation and comments Glossary Tutorial Manual Readme WordPress help menu FAQ User guide Screencast #WCMIA @jfeliweb
8. Document Tools? WP Help by Mark Jaquith: https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp- help/ Video User Manual: http://www.videousermanuals.com/ Easy WP Guide: https://easywpguide.com/ Simple Documentation by Mathieu Hays: https://wordpress.org/plugins/client- documentation/ WP101: https://www.wp101.com/ Smashing Magazine: https://www.smashingmagazine.com/ 2012/07/writing-effective-wordpress- documentation/ #WCMIA @jfeliweb
9. “Going above & beyond involves making customers feel special and helping them out even when it may not make sense” ~ Neil Patel, KISSmetrics #WCMIA @jfeliweb
10. Thanks! Questions? Full Blog Post at http://jfe.li/1U99ANP Jean ‘Jeazy’ Felisme ➔ Freelance Web Developer & Designer at BizDots Media ➔ Worked with WordPress since version 2.6 (2008) ➔ Co-founder of Rate My Barber ➔ Family Guy jean@bizdotsmedia.com www.JeanFelisme.com @jfeliweb

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