I recently wrote a post over on Automattic’s design blog about how I believe the role of the themer will evolve, thanks to Gutenberg and more. Give it a read!
I wrote a post on ThemeShaper about Gutenberg and what it means for WordPress themes. Give it a read! Hint: It changes everything.
I wrote a post over on ThemeShaper all about what’s next for themes. This paragraph sums it up well: Customers want their sites to look just right. They don’t want to learn a theme. So when the new age of themes begins, promise me you’ll focus on what they want. You won’t get distracted by the […]
It’s the most common question we get over at Automattic’s Theme Team: What We Look for in Themes? I put together a post on ThemeShaper to answer it and share what we look for in any theme on WordPress.com.
Okay, that’s a slightly silly title, but it makes sense once you know what I’m talking about. I wrote a tutorial over on ThemeShaper on how to display the featured image from the latest post in a collection of featured content. Featured, featured! Give it a read!
I wrote a post over on ThemeShaper, curating some of the Automattic Theme Team’s recent and best talks all about themes and user experience. Check it out if you want to learn more about an often-overlooked skill in the theming world.
I wrote a post over on ThemeShaper that explains the ins and outs of keyboard accessibility. Give it a read!
I wrote a guest post on DigitalGov about what accessibility is really about and how anyone can do it. Give it a read.
Today, I published my first post on ThemeShaper about the benefits of reviewing WordPress themes. It’s called, Up Your Theming Game by Reviewing Themes.
My post on the Rock Creek Strategic Marketing blog about being an internal champion for accessibility in a large organization: Accessibility is War and How to Win It.