Announcing our Speakers – Round 2 (Design Talks)

We are excited to reveal more speakers for WordCamp Asia 2020 in Bangkok! This round of speakers consists of designers and front-end development experts.

Please welcome them, and simply click on their names to find out more about their talks.


Erin Casali

Erin Casali, known as “Folletto”, is a product design director and startup advisor. Her objective is to change for better the quality of life of the people through the products she designs and lead. She currently works in Automattic, maker of

Jo Minney

Jo Minney is a WordPress developer based (for now) in Perth, Western Australia. She is also an ambassador for She Codes Australia, the meetup coordinator for the Perth WordPress meetup and the lead organiser for WordCamp Perth 2020.

Kessurang Ngarmtrakulchol

Kessurang Ngarmtrakulchol is a UI designer working in the marketing team at RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia. She is passionate about UI and UX and is excited to share her knowledge.

Md Saif Hassan

Md Saif Hassan is the founder of Boss Host BD, a domain hosting company in Bangladesh. He is also a Product Manager whose passion is to build awesome products. He has previously worked as Content Writer for more than 4 years and when not engaged in freelance writing or web projects, he blogs at

Olesya Boreyko

Olesya Boreyko is an experienced UX product designer. She thrives in fast-paced environments that focus on solving problems and improving usability. She firmly believes that if a user can’t use it, it doesn’t work!

Piccia Neri

After 20 years as practicing designer in London, Piccia currently runs her own global web, UX & design consultancy agency from Spain. She educates developers, techies and marketers as well as clients on design, running workshops and courses, and speaking at conferences internationally (in 3 languages) on design topics.

Tammie Lister

Tammie Lister works at Automattic, where she is an Experience Designer donated to the project full time. Her background is varied and includes psychology, design, front end development and user experience. She is passionate about Open Source and community.

More speakers will be announced in the next couple of days, so stay tuned!

Another batch of standard tickets will be released on 4th December 2019. If you haven’t got your ticket, be sure to get them once it’s available!


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