Apparently, I speak as well as tweet and write. I can rant, inform, educate or all of the above on the topics of web software theming/skinning/web design.
So, if you’re after a web design speaker I might be of use; as an after dinner speaker, not so much.
|‘Entrepreneurship Panel’||Member of a discussion panel on entrepreneurship at New College Durham on behalf of the Young Entrepreneurs Trust.||New College Durham, Durham, UK||April 2012|
|‘Designing a different type of website’||A discussion of my approach to a wiki customisation for a client of Richard Carter Consultancy Ltd.||DesignInterest, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK||March 2012|
|‘Drupal website build case study’||A step-by-step walkthrough of a Drupal website built for a client.||Drupal North East, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK||November 2011|
|‘Design/CMS integration’ II||A heavily updated talk based upon my SuperMondays talk.||Front Row Conference, Krakow, Poland||October 2011|
|‘Design/CMS integration‘||“As frontend developers, it’s often our job to integrate (X)HTML and CSS with various content management systems, forums and discussion boards, ecommerce platforms and other software.So, are all theming experiences the same? Obviously not. This talk aims to promote discussion about best practice in theming/templating/skinning, with a view to leaving us techies all more enlightened.Richard Carter, Creative Director at Peacock Carter Ltd, takes us through a selection of popular open source software packages and the ups, downs and total cock-ups he’s seen along the way.”||SuperMondays, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK||July 2011|
If you’d like to talk to me about speaking, please get in touch.
Photograph courtesy of Krzychu Danek.