How Not to Destroy the World: Ethics in Design and Technology – Smashing Conference Freiburg, 2018

How Not to Destroy the World: Ethics in Design and Technology from Morten Rand-Hendriksen All the links from the talk Mark Zuckerberg answers to Congress for Facebook’s troubles Mark Zuckerberg apologizes to EU lawmakers for Facebook data scandal The Data That Turned the World Upside Down Ich habe nur gezeigt, dass es die Bombe gibt…

Gutenberg and the Future of WordPress: Conditions for Success

NB: This article is part of a series on the new WordPress editing experience called "Gutenberg". If you are not familiar with Gutenberg, check out the first article in the series. As the Gutenberg project moves ever closer to merging with WordPress, users, administrators, designers, developers, and core contributors are raising concerns about timelines and what…

WordPress is Changing. Here are 3 Things You Need to Know About Gutenberg

Everything you know about WordPress is about to change. The project codenamed "Gutenberg" is reimagining what content creation and editing on the web should look like and how it should work. Some time in 2018 the way WordPress works and the way you work with WordPress will change in a fundamental way, whether you are a visitor,…

The Case for Telemetry in WordPress

Update August 10, 2017: After publishing this article I reopened the Trac ticket arguing the reason for closing it was no longer valid in lieu of Gutenberg’s collection of telemetry. A few hours later it was announced that usage tracking will be removed from Gutenberg and the ticket was closed as the original argument for closing it is once again accurate.…

WCEU2017: CSS Grid Changes Everything (About Web Layouts)

Below are the advanced slides for my WordCamp Europe 2017 talk CSS Grid Changes Everything (About Web Layouts) presented June 17th, 2017 in Paris, France: From the website: “CSS Grid is now live in all major browsers, and with it everything we know about web layouts changes! Imagine drawing a grid in the browser and…