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Matthew Wise

Technical Consultant by day, I have worked with Umbraco for 9 years (I think) mainly developing in C# but enjoy getting into the JS. I help run UmbLeeds and recently became an Umbraco MVP. I am also part of the accessibility team. Very much missed Codegarden this year :(

Part 1: Landing Pages

Landing pages and lead capture forms are a fundamental part of marketing and sales led websites. Fortunately Umbraco lends itself well to the needs of Marketers for a quick turn around without the need for developers to get involved in the creation of new landing pages. In this first article in a series exploring areas of common practice in Umbraco, Matt and Paul investigate ways to create landing pages and lead capture forms.

Improving User Experience and Empowering Editors Using CSS3 Variables

Umbraco, editor experience, user experience, and accessibility? Count us in! Matt walks us through how to empower our editors to take control of making their site as accessible as possible by using CSS3 variables that are integrated with the Umbraco back-office.