I challenge all WordCamp speakers to caption their WordCamp videos on WordPress.tv.
Designed and built around three basic principles – accessibility, mobile- and touch friendly design, and content in focus – Popper is a new WordPress theme that provides a great experience for blogs, portfolios, and websites alike.
Who is the average WordPress user? The fact is we know almost nothing about them. This lack of data is a problem, but it’s a solvable one.
GitHub is one of the most important and least understood tools of the open source community. At the inaugural WordCamp US in Philadelphia, I presented a 10 minute lightning talk to help make sense of Git and GitHub through the prism of science fiction. Here are the slides.
Modern society is built on tolerance. It is what we teach our children. We don’t judge an entire group based on the actions of a few individuals.
I spoke at WordCamp NYC 2015 talk on the importance and value of user testing. Here are the slides and all the links.
Getting a better camera, and learning about depth of field, can drastically improve the performance of your images on the web.
This book will leave you wounded. And when the wounds start to heal, you’ll be a better person.
I want to tell you two stories about Codes of Conduct to show you why I believe they matter. We need to provide safe spaces for open discourse and collaboration, and that can only happen when we agree to a framework of mutual respect, compassion, and acceptance.
Anyone with a big phone knows that the comfortable reach of your thumb when holding the phone in one hand does not extend to the top corners of the screen. Far from it. The only comfortable area of reach on larger phones is in the lower ½ to ¾ region. (Scott Hurff wrote a great piece on…
Yesterday Tom McFarlin published an important article titled The WordPress Community (A Comedy of Drama, Ego, Oligarchies, and More). If you work with WordPress or the WordPress community, it is mandatory reading and worth some serious reflection. Tom shines a light on some of the darker parts of flat-structure communities and asks poignant questions about communication, language,…
I know you’re all waiting with bated breath for the announcement of the first meeting of the Book Club for People Who Don’t Read Fast (#BCPWDRF). In my original post I hinted that the first meeting would be the last Friday of June. That obviously didn’t happen. Life intervenes etc. Irrelevant. The official date of…