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New Design, New ArchitecturePublished on
Details around a new site design for davidakennedy.com, circa 2020.
Remembering Accessible JoePublished on
Joe taught me so much by what he created.
Front End Design, WordPress Themes and the FuturePublished on
If you work on WordPress themes, your role will evolve.
The Promise of Gutenberg: Themes as More Design, Less BaggagePublished on
This changes everything.
The Next Chapter for ThemesPublished on
Customers want their sites to look just right. They don’t want to learn a theme.
Twenty Seventeen on WordPress.comPublished on
The finish line after the finish line.
Contributing to Twenty SeventeenPublished on
Sami shares some good advice.
Dear Twenty Seventeen ContributorsPublished on
Thank you everyone!
Twenty Seventeen in TrunkPublished on
Look out, committing in WordPress.
Hello Twenty SeventeenPublished on
Whoa, I’m leading this thing.
Empathy and Acceptance in Design and CommunityPublished on
Practicing empathy in our work could have the same impact on the Web as responsive design.
Themers, Themes and the Content Creation in WordPressPublished on
A few fun WordPress questions to think about.
Goodbye ThematicPublished on
Thematic taught me so much.
Display a Featured, Featured Image in WordPressPublished on
I wrote a tutorial about featured images on ThemeShaper.
A Collection of WordPress Theme Review TipsPublished on
A few tips on reviewing WordPress themes for quality.
Speaking at WordPress D.C. on Themes and UXPublished on
Speaking about UX and themes at the next WordPress DC.
Meet ComponentsPublished on
A WordPress theme starter project to make creating different types of themes easier.
Learn More About Themes and User ExperiencePublished on
WordPress themes are for users.
WordPress 4.4 and MorePublished on
Really enjoying being a part of this community.
Speaking at WordCamp US 2015Published on
Excited to be talking about UX at WordCamp US.
Twenty Sixteen: Under the HoodPublished on
See if you can break Twenty Sixteen.
Remembering Alex KingPublished on
What a big loss.
The Year of Accessibility in WordPressPublished on
We made lots of progress this year.
Meet Twenty SixteenPublished on
The newest default WordPress theme has turned into one of my favorites.
WordPress Core Contributor StreakPublished on
Let’s keep this going.
Theme History and WordPressPublished on
A dive into the history of premium themes, Kubrick and more.
Ten Years of AutomatticPublished on
Been at this awhile.
You and the Future of WordPress ThemesPublished on
Designers in the WordPress community should release more theme design ideas.
Theming with the REST APIPublished on
A new way to theme, perhaps?
How to Create Better, More Accessible WordPress ThemesPublished on
Detailed and thoughtful, plus it’s not as hard as you might think.
Let WordPress SpeakPublished on
This new API in WordPress helps people who use assistive technology in a huge way.
Theme, Don’t be My EverythingPublished on
Don’t do too much in one go.
Accessible Theme Pattern Library Off and RunningPublished on
Building this thing one brick at a time.
Building a Strong Foundation with Keyboard AccessibilityPublished on
It all starts with your keyboard.
Up Your Theming Game by Reviewing ThemesPublished on
Get better by reviewing other people’s work.
WordPress Theme Pattern Library for Accessibility in DevelopmentPublished on
Making it easier to make accessible WordPress sites.
WordPress 4.1 “Dinah”Published on
I contributed a few things to this release.
New Theme: Twenty FifteenPublished on
There’s a new default WordPress theme.
Twenty FifteeningPublished on
Trying out a new WordPress theme on my site.
My Automattic Story: How I Got HerePublished on
How I landed at Automattic, and what I learned along the way.
Why WordPress.comPublished on
How’s switching to WordPress.com a few weeks after the switch.
Reviewed Restricted Site Access for WordPress Plugin Review DayPublished on
It took too long to write my first review for a WordPress plugin.
Accessible WordPress with Joe O’ConnorPublished on
Good to see WordPress accessibility getting some attention.
Zeldman’s ThemePublished on
Zeldman using one of the default WordPress themes.
WebAxe Podcast 100: Joe and Joseph on WordPress AccessibilityPublished on
Accessibility in WordPress gets some much deserved attention.
Moved to WordPress.comPublished on
Moving house around here.
Joining AutomatticPublished on
Landed a dream job.
First Multi-file WordPress Core PatchPublished on
My first big patch for WordPress=
Lessons from Building an Accessible WordPress ThemePublished on
A summary of a talk I gave at WordCamp Lancaster in 2014.
Accessible Zen: Now in FrenchPublished on
The first translation of my WordPress theme into a different language.
WordPress as a UserPublished on
Trying to take a different approach with some recent WordPress sites.
Recent Accessible Zen UpdatesPublished on
Some minor updates to Accessible Zen.
Where Automated Accessibility Testing Meets WordPress and DrupalPublished on
All about automated testing, accessibility and how the Drupal and WordPress Accessibility teams are collaborating.
Logged into WordPress; Saw ThisPublished on
My first code contribution to WordPress Core.
WordCamp Lancaster 2014 TalkPublished on
My first WordCamp, both as an attendee and speaker.
What Should Twenty Fifteen Look Like?Published on
Thinking about the next default WordPress theme.
Accessible Zen Reaches 1.1Published on
Another release of Accessible Zen.
Issue No. 300Published on
Diving into open source.
Need a Menu on Top in Accessible Zen?Published on
A new feature for Accessible Zen.
Updates to Accessible Zen Since 1.0Published on
More updates to Accessible Zen.
Accessibility Camp DC 2013 TalkPublished on
Time to share some of what I learned.
Accessible Zen Hits 1.0Published on
Accessible Zen Reaches BetaPublished on
Getting better with each release.
Accessible Zen: Version 0.1-alpha-4 AvailablePublished on
Another release on Accessible Zen.
Hacking, Creating and EncouragementPublished on
Keep on keeping on.
Why Accessibility MattersPublished on
Short answer: Accessibility helps everyone.
Quick Wins for Accessible WordPress ThemesPublished on
The basis for a lightning talk on accessible WordPress theming.
Accessible Zen: Version 0.1-alpha-3 AvailablePublished on
Designing and bug fixing on Accessible Zen.
Combat Image Attachment Spam in WordPressPublished on
A hopefully handy tip for imge-heavy sites.
Introducing Accessible Zen: An Accessible WordPress ThemePublished on
I made a publicly available WordPress theme.
Moving to WordPress.com?Published on
Thinking of making a big hosting move.
Dear WordPressPublished on
WordPress has helped me in big ways.
A 2013 WordPress Default Theme PitchPublished on
Thoughts on the Twenty Thirteen default WordPress theme and accessibility.
Progress in WordPress AccessibilityPublished on
Lots of great effort happening in the accessibility space in WordPress.
Cities Made the Latest WebAxe PodcastPublished on
Building accessible WordPress themes gains some momentum.
Joining the Cities ProjectPublished on
We need more accessible WordPress themes.
New Look, Same FeelPublished on
Another new site design.
What Do You Need in an Accessible WordPress Theme?Published on
I’m making an accessible WordPress theme.
The Why of WordPress ThemesPublished on
When to use different types of themes in WordPress.
Twenty Twelve Theme ReleasePublished on
The latest theme release for WordPress got delayed.
Sometimes WordPress Isn’t the Right ChoicePublished on
Of course this is a possible decision.
WordPress Plugin Created by 10-Year-OldPublished on
It’s good to start young!
WordPress vs. Drupal – Matt and Dries Talk Open SourcePublished on
The leaders of WordPress and Drupal chat.
Basetrack.org – A True InspirationPublished on
Using WordPress during wartime.
WordPress Posts vs. Pages: When and Why?Published on
It’s something something that trips up a lot of people new to WordPress.
A Complete Publishing System with WordPressPublished on
WordPress + Google Docs makes it more complete.
WordPress Sitemap with Custom Post TypesPublished on
Let’s make a sitemap with a bit of PHP.
Anyone Can Work with WordPressPublished on
A tutorial on building a theme in WordPress.
Five Reasons Nonprofits Should Use WordPressPublished on
Low cost isn’t the only reason.
DK WordPress Theme 3.0Published on
My latest site redesign, using a WordPress child theme.
Creating Content: Finding It Around Every CornerPublished on
A presentation about content creation for WordPress DC.
Extending WordPress BeyondPublished on
A link post all about smarter development with WordPress.
Signal Austin Conversation with Matt MullenwegPublished on
A link post to an interview about how blogging isn’t dead.
31 Resources for Powering a Website with WordPressPublished on
Some things you might find handy if you use WordPress on your website.
To Use WordPress, or to Not Use WordPressPublished on
Should you use WordPress? This post helps you decide.
Welcome to a Brand New SitePublished on
Some details into a new site design for davidakennedy.com, circa 2010.
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