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Adobe and WordPress

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What we're doing

This is a joint meetup of the LAdobe Users' Group and SoCal WordPress. We'll discuss a few different ways Adobe's excellent tools can be used in conjunction with WordPress.

Responsive WordPress themes with Adobe Edge Reflow

François Mark will explain Adobe Edge Reflow - what is it and why you should use it, and how it can fit into your workflow for developing responsive WordPress themes. Ease CSS headaches and speed up development.

Troubleshooting with Adobe Edge Inspect

Suzette Franck will explain Adobe Edge Inspect, an essential application for WordPress web developers and designers who need to preview their content across multiple mobile devices, be it iOS, Android, Kindle, or PC. Wirelessly pair multiple iOS and Android devices to your computer, grab screenshots from any connected device, and see real-time results from changes to HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Inspect allows you to synchronize browsing, remotely view code using Chrome's Developer Tools, easily grab screenshots from different devices, and it integrates seamlessly with the other Adobe Edge products, such as Code CC and Reflow CC. For developers, extensibility can be added using the Edge Inspect API. This session will cover the basics of setting up Adobe Edge Inspect along with tips on how to improve your responsive workflow and using the integrated code view when troubleshooting issues when designing across multiple devices.


About our Speakers:

François Mark is a Web designer. He has been in the web design and multimedia industry since 1996. Now, he is leading Interactive Graphics Studios Ltd. (IGFX Studios) a Mauritian web agency.

Suzette Franck is the WordPress Evangelist at (mt) Media Temple, where she educates and advocates for WordPress and the WordPress Community. She typically attends 2-3 WordPress Meetups a week, and has spoken at 7 WordCamps this year: Phoenix, San Diego, Miami, Reno, Orange County, Seattle, and Chicago. She blogs frequently at about WordPress and is a regular contributor on She enjoys teaching about the wonders of WordPress and finding better ways to do things with it. She loves learning about web development and digging into code, which she has been doing for over 18 years. She discovered WordPress 5 years ago and has used it to create over 200 websites with a variety of designs and requirements, mostly with hand-coded custom themes, and is showing no signs of stopping.



Thanks to our generous sponsors, this meetup is free for all to attend.




Thank you to WooThemes for stepping up as a sponsor for our group for all of 2013. We're so excited about this partnership and the benefits it will bring for our members. Please thank them on Twitter - @woothemes or like them on Facebook.

Kleverdog Coworking

Thank you to Kleverdog Coworking for hosting us at their cozy, gorgeous space. Please thank them on Twitter - @kleverdogcowork or like them on Facebook.

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Location and Parking

Metered street parking is available on Hill and Broadway Streets. There is also a paid parking lot at 420 Bernard in Bamboo Plaza with reasonable rates, or another lot on Broadway. For public transit, we are a couple of blocks from the Chinatown Gold Line station, and multiple bus routes go up and down Hill and Broadway. For up-to-date parking information the night of the event, please check or use ParkMe's iPhone or Android app (see links above).

Map to help you find us kleverdog coworking is located in an alleyway between Hill and Broadway; just a couple doors down from Phoenix Bakery on Broadway. Look for the bright red door with the 418 address -- we're on the second floor.


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  • Beau D.

    Meeting was fine. Many may agree that the remote presentation would have been improved by better audio hardware on both ends of the live-cast; but hey, it wasn't the end of the world! I would like to hear more from Francois.

    July 19, 2013

  • Ed W.

    I'm with Suzie and Charlene. Drove an hour and a half (one way) to listen to a heavy accent through a poor sound system, occassionally catching a snippet like "so now we do this, and now we have that." Trying to read what he was coding on that screen before he changed images was impossible. It was quite disappointing. Nonetheless, these things happen now and then. Keep up the overall great work that you do. Thanks.

    July 19, 2013

  • Charlene

    I agree with Susie. I was disappointed in the remote meeting. It was nearly impossible to understand what he was saying besides getting a general overview if what he was doing. I already knew that part. If he made a link available with the code snippets he showed - THAT would be worthwhile because you really couldn't see what he was showing either.

    1 · July 18, 2013

  • Phyllis

    Great information. Loved it!

    July 18, 2013

  • Susie K

    Suzanne's presentation was great as usual. She is an excellent evangelist. Unfortunately the other presentation the other speaker did not work for me. I would not have driven out all that way to see a remote presentation I could see on my desktop. The presenter had a heavy accent, so it was hard to understand what he was saying, and he did not really show much about his topic, Reflow, at all. This presentation was not up to the excellent standard that SoCal Wordpress has consistently done in the past. So, please stick to live presentations for future meetups. Thanks!

    1 · July 18, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Thanks for posting Noel! Here are the slides for my talk also:

    July 17, 2013

  • noel s.

    Here's the video for most of Suzette's presentation:

    Apologies in advance as I had a technical glitch with the camera but I think we got 80% of it.

    July 17, 2013

  • Anna Marie P.

    Thought I had already rsvp'd but don't see my name on the list...

    July 16, 2013

  • Charlie A.

    Looking forward to this;)

    July 15, 2013

  • Gilad K.

    Great subject for a meet up, after making a few child themes, the old school way, this is exactly what I want to learn

    July 15, 2013

  • Ana D

    Look forward to this.

    July 13, 2013

  • ashok

    Looking forward to it!

    July 10, 2013

  • MM G.

    What is the date for this please??? The 17th or the 16th?

    July 9, 2013

    • Natalie M.

      Our meetups are always on the 3rd Tuesday of the month. It's the 16th of July.

      July 9, 2013

  • MM G. want to learn how to use wordpress to market my site and services thru social media

    July 4, 2013

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