Contributor: Ashley Kolodziej

Ashley Kolodziej

UX & Product Design Lead, Boston University@ashleykolodziej

Ashley Kolodziej is the UX & Product Design Lead at Boston University and spends most of her day investigating ways to make theme development, content management and customization within the Boston University WordPress environment easier for both developers and end users. She guides the addition of new features and functionality to Boston University’s custom theme framework and regularly contributes to the design and front-end development of university-wide user interfaces. Ashley is a big believer in education, documentation and her two pet bunnies, Nellie and Peppermint Patty.

Video: I do(n’t) belong here

You can learn more about this session on the WPCampus 2017 website at Session Description: Have you been faking it this whole time? Yeah, me too. In this session we’re going to have a heart to heart about what it’s like to experience imposter syndrome and what leads us to put unending pressure on […]

Podcast: Using the WordPress REST API

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The REST API became part of WordPress Core in version 4.7. For developers like me, this is one of the most exciting changes to WordPress in years. But now that it’s in core, what do you use it for? How does it fit into what you’re already doing? And what does it allow you to […]

Video: Seven years of framework development at Boston University

You can learn more about this session on the WPCampus Online website at Session Description: The inside look at how the four most terrifying words ever uttered in development history have worked out for Boston University. We’ll cover seven years of successes and lessons learned in framework development, including enforcing brand guidelines in the […]

Video: Learn to Love Documentation

You can learn more about this session on the WPCampus 2016 website at Session Description: You don’t know it yet, but documentation is pretty amazing. Channel your inner educator and get inspired! We’ll talk about the different ways developers and end users try to solve problems, where they look to find information and how […]