Zenfolio Academy Wrap Up
That’s a wrap. Zenfolio Academy has come to a close. Through this workshop tour, we were able to educate and connect with photographers in the Zenny community. We laughed, we cried, we customized websites. Then we hopped on a plane to do it all over again in a new city. We had a blast! Thanks to all the attendees who were able to join us.
Where did we visit?
The Zenfolio team visited ten US cities and one UK city: Atlanta, Miami, Denver, Chicago, New York, Boston, Austin, San Francisco, Seattle, Los Angeles, and London.
What topics were covered?
We started with the basics and moved to the more advanced topics over the course of the full day workshop. Our goal was to help folks who were just starting with Zenfolio to customize their website and sell from a gallery by the end of the afternoon session. The evening session covered marketing, custom pages, the apps – the more advanced topics.
And the verdict is…
Overwhelmingly positive. Thank you for all the feedback we received throughout the tour. The comments and feature requests have been noted and will be instrumental in future events and releases.
Attendees found the workshop to be helpful and inspiring. In fact, here is a quote from one awesome Zenny who attended the Seattle workshop.
I missed it! Is there a recording?
You bet! Each session is 30-45 minutes in length. You can watch all the different sessions listed below:
Thanks for helping to make the Zenfolio Academy a smashing success!
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