Verdi Heinz – Global Community Leader: “Meeting developers and seeing what amazing work they are doing is reminiscent of the times when the first App Store came to life on your smartphone. Or when wordpress.org started filling up with plugins and themes. Now very creative people are working to expand the possibilities of Elementor. To fill niches and to satisfy even the most demanding users’ needs. Many of those addons not only add creativity to our sites but save you tons of time or let you connect to other platforms. For them to come to us, truly is humbling.”
Saar Kedem, Education Manager: “Conversations we had with Elementor advanced users were very illuminating. Usually, we get to talk to freelancers who use Elementor, as the bigger agencies interact less on social media and with support. Being able to talk to an agency that handles the creation of over 100 large websites a year gave us new insights that were not obvious or commonly known.
A great example of this was the topic of dynamic content. There seems to be a growing crowd of developers who experiment with the most advanced features of Elementor, and that audience is eager to get sophisticated tutorials and related inspirational content.
These users are the ones that have already consumed most of our (hundreds) of videos and articles, and want even more.”
Ben Pines, Elementor Evangelist: “I had the fortune to be present throughout Elementor’s journey. When we started, we quickly gained the love of designers, marketers and many other professionals. Developers, however, were a tough cookie to crack.
It was amazing to discover, during WCUS, that developers have not only started appreciating Elementor, but for many, it has already become one of their most important tools. Being able to deliver advanced websites, and utilizing advanced features, gives developers the ability to save time and effort, and manage the whole process in a much more stable manner. I believe that changes to the industry, along with the development of Gutenberg, have helped developers to trust our product and adopt it in areas where, until then, only code was used. This is a great trend we have noticed, and plan to encourage it further.”