It appears the WordPress VIP website has a new look and feel. I have to say, I greatly prefer it to the harsh black of the old design. This is one of my favorite blogs for seeing what the biggest publishers are doing with WordPress. Great job to whoever did this. If it was you, speak up in the comments!
US DOJ warns of looming web accessibility enforcement. Weglot scores funding. WP-Wallet and Image Source Control launch. Block dev tuts. The Block Protocol and WordPress. WCUS and WordSesh calls for speakers. Why the web is a miracle and Mozilla’s vision for its evolution.
“Don’t Use Carousels” is a mantra that’s been going around the design community for years, but i found Chris Coyier’s article at MediaTemple’s blog to take a sensible approach in explaining why that absolute is a bit overboard. If you are going to use one, I agree with Chris: keep it simple.
There’s a good bit of WordCamp news worth covering right now. WordCamp US in Nashville First off, WordCamp US 2017 and 2018 will be held in Nashville, Tennessee. Nashville is less than a three hour drive from me, because I know you were curious. It’s also a great town with a vibrant music scene, film…
Pagely is celebrating their fifth year of business right now. They have just launched their newly designed website (note to early readers: it’s in process of launching at this moment, so some links may not work until later today) to reflect some of the ways they’ve changed over the years. They are also growing, rapidly….
Is “Mobile First” really “Desktop Worst”? Oliver Brooks (Creative Director at Metalab) explains his dislike for the unnecessary use of mobile menus in desktop browser views: Mobile First should not be taken as an opportunity to over-simplify and, by the same token, Desktop First should not be taken as an opportunity to pile on complexity….
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