This post is an infographic focusing on How to Save Time with a better WordPress design workflow.
Why WordPress design Workflow?
WordPress is most used CMS and one of its advantages is the ecosystem of themes, plugins, and services helping us to reduce the Time To Market of our projects. But we can not reduce the efficiency to the tooling.
We must refine rules, processes, and customer-relations of our WordPress projects, but most important, we need to put all this together in a repeatable sequence, a Workflow.
A good Workflow Saves You Time.
Time = $$$
But more importantly …
Time = Freedom
Still Looking for the Perfect Workflow
Help us refine this flow and tips by sending us comments, fixes, ideas @wetopic
Contributions are welcome! (currently on version 1.1.0)
Please notice that this workflow is targeting at freelancers building medium sized WordPress sites rather than agencies or big dev teams.
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