I am stoked to announce that the Login Designer WordPress plugin has joined the WP Experts family. I can’t think of a better group of folks to continue driving the innovative front Login Designer pushed on.(more…)
TLDR; I built a generative art creation flow that is fully autonomous: generating art daily from creative code, and publishing to Instagram and WordPress without any human input.(more…)
And with the recent release of Gutenberg, and upcoming release of WordPress 5.9, patterns are getting a lot of attention. There are a number of Pattern API improvements on the way, but one I am most interested in, is the addition of the Pattern block.(more…)
I’m a big fan of the CSS clamp() function and how it allows for behavior previously only possible with media queries.
The clamp() function takes three parameters: a minimum value, a preferred value, and a maximum allowed value — resulting in a value between each of those.
And while clamp() may be used in a bunch of ways, my favorite use is certainly for fluid typography.(more…)
Let me lead by saying that working at GoDaddy has been the best job I’ve had to date. Although I am incredibly thankful for the empowerment and opportunity GoDaddy has given me, the time has come for a change.
With that said, today officially marks my first day as Head of Product at Extendify. 🚀(more…)
Do you publish online? If so, this one is for you. I’ll show you how I created a publishing checklist that is automatically added to the top of every post I draft, to ensure I follow my publishing workflow.
This way, before I hit that ominous blue publish button, I know if each publishing task is properly accounted for.
I recently released a set of blocks to improve the editing and publishing flows within Gutenberg: Markdown Comment and Todo List. We’re going to leverage both of these block plugins to add a publishing checklist to the top of each post.(more…)
This is part one, of three, in a series on standardizing how we build this next generation of WordPress block themes to accompany the Full Site Editing effort.
If you like this, read on about standardizing font sizes, and standardizing site spacing. Each of these are what I would consider design foundations of a website, of which should be functionally standardized.
I know —you’re probably thinking that by standardizing anything theme related, we’ll have unoriginal WordPress themes that lack creativity… but what if I told you that standardization would do just the opposite, and more.(more…)
While diving into this project I’ve explored a few areas where I can improve my personal publishing flow. The first was bringing editor comments into Gutenberg with my Markdown Comment block, and today I am releasing a second in that same vein: the Todo List block.(more…)