Below is the full set of slides from my talk at WordCamp Boston 2012. The presentation outlines key techniques for creating a more user-friendly admin experience for clients by 1) removing unnecessary features 2) and tailoring the platform to their specific needs.
After the presentation I could tell these issues really struck a cord with many people by the sheer amount of positive feedback I received. I strongly believe this topic is something that will be drawing an increasing amount of attention in the coming years, especially as more businesses turn to WordPress for purposes other than blogging. Thank you to all who came out to listen & learn!
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