Impressions from and around WordCamp London 2015

Before heading to London to meet up with friends and having a great time at WordCamp London, my nomad friend Noel and I spent a few weeks up in Norway, working & exploring.

Sunrise as seen from the current apartment up in Oslo
Sunrise in Oslo early in the morning.

Flying in from Oslo the first event around WordCamp started on Thursday and was the casual friends of Human Made party where I had the honour of taking some pictures. It was a good mix of nice drinks and good discussions about the WordPress community and the WP-API.

See all pictures the friends of Human Made party on Flickr.

WordCamp London 2015

I had a fantastic time at WordCamp London 2015. Karin and Pascal from my team flew in on Friday to be ready for the talks starting on Saturday. The talks I enjoyed most next to meeting awesome people and friends from the WordPress community were:

Karin and I took some pictures at the WordCamp:

At dinner Petya and Siobhan asked me to fill in for Simon Dickson as he was sick. I got the chance to talk about “Multisite on a tight budget” at WordCamp London, thanks for having me.

See all our pictures from WordCamp London on Flickr.

Photo walk with Karin & Dan

Back in 2009 Karin and I met Dan Rubin as one of the speakers at @media2009. He inspired us to start required+ and pursue our dream of building a different kind of agency. We met again and went on a photo walk in London together:

The rest of the set is available on Flickr.

Happytables 3 Launch

The awesome folks from Human Made launched a new version of their restaurant website creator Happytables. Have a look behind the scenes on launch day:

Franz & Petya from Human Made at the Happytables 3 Launch day
Franz and Petya from Human Made working hard on launch day.

More pictures from the Launch and a great write-up on Happytables 3 from Post Status.


As you can see, it was an intense week in London and a great WordCamp London 2015. The only flaw this week was the so-called “smell-elevator” in the apartment building :D. No worries, the apartment was fantastic.

Karin in the smell-elevator
Karin in the smell-elevator

A big thank you to all the people involved with WordCamp London!