Dave Whitley outlines a proposal to standardize a type scale for WordPress: “By including other attributes like font weight and line height, we can create a reusable set of predefined styles for design and development.”
If you are a designer, front-end developer, or just someone looking for some design ideas, ColorDoo is a tool site that shows “trending” color collections and gradients. 🎨
“Nevermind”. A human, friendly example of nice messaging in a web interface. I love stuff like this. Also, I started reading this blog tonight because Tina Roth Eisenberg, the site’s owner, did an interview with Jeffrey Zeldman on the Big Web Show – a terrific podcast.
Chima Mmeje on valuing yourself and raising your rates. Making the most of your WordCamp experience. The importance of community. What’s the “WordPress Way” for payment models — and is it the right way?
The New Yorker is an iconic magazine that’s been in print since 1925, and its online web presence is now on WordPress. Reported in the New York Times originally, the New Yorker is altering its online strategy, broadening the number of magazine articles available for free online. Their archive is now completely viewable online, going back to 2007….
Rich Tabor says the arrival of the Full Site Editing experience in WordPress 5.9 is the biggest innovation since themes first emerged. Why?
There’s been talk of how difficult it is to stand out in the WordPress professional theme space lately. David A. Kennedy at ThemeShaper says Gutenberg is going to change this “in a big way.” David thinks the new editor will add such versatility to all themes that it will shift the market’s focus from theme functionality to design….