What we're about

This group is for anyone who uses (or is interested in learning more about) WordPress and Divi. Built by Elegant Themes, Divi is a drag and drop web page builder for everyday users. This group is a great place to meet fellow members of the Divi Community, known affectionately as the Divi Nation. Join us to learn, make friends, and network with local designers, developers, DIYers, business owners, and more.

Our Aspirations & Goals

1. We aspire to build a local, personal community for Divi Users.

2. We aspire to empower our members through in-person training, workshops, discussions, and more.

3. The end goal of this meetup is to increase our members' confidence and competence in web design when using WordPress and Divi.

Do you share these aspirations and goals?

To accomplish these things, we need a dependable team of volunteers. After all, the community is not sustained by a single organizer, it's sustained by its members! If any of the volunteer opportunities below sound like something you're interested in, please message the main organizer of this group.

Volunteer Opportunities:

• Bringing refreshments to one or more future meetings
• Greeting new members as they show up
• Promoting events locally and online
• Taking photos at events (helps with promotion for later events)
• Helping to tear down or set up as needed at events
• Speaking/Presenting
Co-Organizing (Not every Co-Organizer needs to do ALL of the below)
Speaker/Presenter booking
Meetup Group Management
Creating Event Posts
Announcing/Promoting Events on Meetup
Reserving venues when needed
Organizing other volunteers on a per meeting basis
Facilitating meetings in person
And whatever else comes up!

Upcoming events (1)

Divi-Tampa Fabulous February at the Fab Lab

AMRoC FabLab

Details Our last meetup was yet another a fun and informative event. We were able to provide desk seating for our group around a large screen TV monitor so members can display their Divi creations, discuss their work, seek advice or offer help. Feel free to bring your laptop. Goals for this meetup: Our meeting goals are always flexible as needed, but here’s a preliminary for this meetup. Many members attending in February will be new to our meetup, so don’t be shy. Come and explore some interesting ways members use Divi on their sites. Members can use the big screen to display their sites and we, as a group, can provide valuable informative feedback and suggestions on ways of fine tuning the site visitor experience. We'll also present the video intro to the new Divi page position options and discuss applicability to our member’s sites. We can enjoy learning from each other as we move forward in our own journeys of site development. Location: AMRoC Fab Lab at 2149 University Square mall. Yes, inside the mall. Toward the west end, half way between Dillard’s and the west mall entrances. Plenty of free parking. Park near the west side entrance, or if it’s ever raining consider parking in the parking garage on the northwest side of the mall. (This mall is in the process of being completely re-developed!) Food: Please feel free to bring along a take-out meal if you’d like, or bring refreshments for yourself or to share with the group. I’d like to find a sponsor that could cover the cost of some food for our meeting each month, so if anyone’s company may be interested in sponsoring food for the meetup please let me know and I’ll have the hosting nonprofit, FCDI, coordinate with them (all sponsorship contributions will be tax deductible). Also, there is a food court upstairs in the mall if anyone wants to grab a bite before the start of the meetup. Agenda (all times below are flexible as needed) Start: 6:00PM 1. 10 minutes: Welcoming everyone as they arrive 2. 60 minutes: See Goals for this Meetup above. 3. 20 minutes: Open Q & A, and set topic for our next meetup in March 4. 7:30PM: Official conclusion. 5. Bonus 30 minutes: Tour of the FCDI AMRoC Fab Lab, chit-chat, mingle & network, and departure. (AMRoC Fab Lab closes at 8:00PM)

Past events (2)

Divi Tampa 2020 - Happy New Year!

AMRoC FabLab

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