Designing in the browser has been talked about by many industry leading designers. Here are some tips on how to to make in-browser design a little bit easier.
Erik Ford has a nice Q&A with Mike McAlister on his blog. Both Erik and Mike are valuable members of the commercial theme community. This is a great opportunity to hear how Mike got into making WordPress themes, and how he approaches his craft.
“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.
WordPress 4.3, “Billie”, has been released. Billie includes four major user-facing features that most website owners will experience on a semi-regular basis, and many other enhancements, bug fixes, and developer features.
Here’s some insight from Tom Harman on BuzzFeed’s Design Process. I thought it was an interesting post, especially how he outlines the phases of product design (Define , Explore, Refine, Build, and Learn).
Nathan Barry discusses the benefits of simple “realignments” in website design versus (potentially) unnecessary full redesigns. That’s something I’ve heard a lot: if something isn’t good enough, it’s time to redo it. Sometimes that’s necessary, but more often you should use the foundation you already have to get closer to perfect. James didn’t need a…
Today marks two years since I launched Post Status. It’s been an incredible two years. Today, I’m thrilled to announce that the Post Status Membership Club is open.