About Julian Lesek

Julian Lesek from WebafestHi, My name is Julian Lesek and I am founder of Webafest and I enjoy helping small businesses grow their online presence.

I live in the small city of Devonport, Tasmania and like to create websites that help Tasmanian businesses have an online presence to grow their business. I often write content on my blog to help people understand the different aspects and latest trends of website development. I like to answer peoples questions relating to how they can improve their own website to increase conversions, so ultimately they can improve their revenue.

I got started learning how to develop websites at the TAFE Tasmania Colledge (Devonport Campas), where I earn’t a certificate IV in (Website Design) and a Certificate IV in (Networking). Throughout each course I learn’t about developing a websites front-end through to understanding  how the computer hardware works. By gaining an understanding of the bigger picture of the web development industry, I’m now able to help provide solutions to local businesses. The website development skillset set I bring to the table are HTML 5, CSS3, Javascript and PHP. Each project that I perform follows a logical step-by-step website design process which will produce an outcome for each client. I also enjoy sport and fitness in my spare time. If you would like to follow my running stats you can read them on my Strava Profile.

What Do I Specialize In?

Favorite Website Design & WordPress Tutorials On The Internet

Smashing Magazine – Provides in depth tutorials to help website design professionals become the best coder or developer they can be. The great WordPress help these guys provide is of the highest quality that people can read online. I personally like reading their tutorials about WordPress because they delve into the specifics of coding techniques, actions and filters, plugin development and good allround useful WordPress hacks.

TutsPlus – Tuts Plus specialize in teaching you how to create a website from the ground up. Even if you’ve never built a website before, they provide you with a solid foundation of WordPress Development. What I like most about them is their range of learning guides starting from how to make the perfect WordPress theme through to using Symfony2 and Xamarin. They also have a large array of content in their premium section from Design & Illustration through to 3D and motion graphics. Users will need to pay a monthly fee for premium content.

Speckyboy –  An online Blog magazine that delivers fresh design content to its users on a daily basis. Whether your a seasoned WordPress designer for some years or know very little about design in general, there is great help when you need it. Their WordPress tutorial archive provide detailed help on setting up custom fields & custom post types inside WordPress and a listing recommended of plugins your site should be using.

WpBeginner – Thousands of WordPress users land on this site every month to learn everything they can from their comprehensive beginners guide to WordPress. You will learn about how to combat comment spam, adding new users, even an editorial calendar.

WPMU Develoment Blog – This site gives me a comprehensive range of content that covers using a WordPress multisite, BuddyPress and Development. Some of their epic tutorials include creating a full width page for WordPress, loading WordPress posts dynamically with Ajax and simple methods for creating custom queries in WordPress.

WPTavern – They provide a solid basis of information of how you can go about customizing WordPress on your own site or blog. With a thriving community of developers and bloggers that read their content; you will find useful guides on how to customize your login page as well as taking control of the WordPress Heartbeat API.

1stwebdesigner – This blog keeps you updated with the latest tutorials about design, WordPress and Coding techniques. They have a variety of e-books you buy such as “Responsive Website Design”  and “Learn HTML5 “. All of the books you can buy at an affordable price.

Please take the time while you are here to browse over our website services that we offer to your business. Any questions in regards to having a website created for your own company in Tasmania, you can contact me on my personal email address – julian@webafest.com.au. I hope this post has been helpful for you in learning more about me! If your interested in gaining more insight into the questions we receive, please take a read of our FAQ Page where you can get most of your questions answered today.

You can contact me directly on these social networks to start a conversation with me.

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