The students to whom I taught how to use WordPress for eCommerce will be graduating and demonstrating their projects. I am very proud of those who have stuck it out and are working hard on their projects. You can register for
Last Thursday, I began my second round of my Women’s WordPress for Ecommerce course for 1919. The course teaches women how to deploy, administer, and market their online storefronts using the WooCommerce plugin. My students will all learn how to
In this event, I designed the curriculum along with Miesha from the STEM Girl Social Network. We taught a small class of mother/daughter pairs the fundamentals of HTML and CSS. More details at latinagirlscode.org.
I recently took a teaching gig for the Kids off the Block program, a 501(c)3 nonprofit founded by Diane Latiker which focuses on ‘at-risk’ youth in Chicago’s south side. My aim is to teach a small group of boys the essentials of graphic design, with a focus on printing.
Instructions Use these as sample images for your products. Be sure to write product descriptions, create/define attributes, and tag them as you see fit. As for physical attributes, like weight for shipping, make up a number. Sample Products Khaki
I am teaching a small women’s cohort at BLUE 1647 as part of their 1919 Women in Technology Initiative*. I aim to do this using Open Source methods. The class revolves around making an online store using the WooCommerce plugin