Shortly after I made Mercury, I was contacted on Twitter by Justin Jackson about doing some small customizations. Last night I noticed he’d put some screenshots on the home page of Product People Club that featured Mercury. It looks great, and it’s cool knowing that in some small way I’m helping entrepreneurs get their products off the ground.
I’d seen Scott speak at AEA Seattle in 2011 and had been following him on Twitter for some time, when this tweet popped into my timeline: Last call for web designers who want to work on a redesign of scottberkun-com http://t.co/UyXCchY64z #design #ux #webdev — Scott Berkun (@berkun) April 23, 2014 Working with someone with as much experience and expertise as Scott sounded great, and I was […]
Today I’m releasing Slate, a clean and simplified admin theme for WordPress 4.0. My goal was to simplify the visual design of the default admin theme, with a primary focus on the content writing experience. I’ve always found the default theme to be too busy, with separate boxes, background colors, borders and minimal padding between them. By […]
I wanted to give a short overview of my experience uploading a child theme to the WordPress.org Theme Directory. I’m sure a decent amount of this advice is documented somewhere, and most of it was first-time-don’t-know-what-I’m-doing user error, but hopefully this might help someone avoid the goofy situation I experienced. When I first zipped and […]
Introducing Shoti.es, a little side project I started last month. I love photography and I’m always wondering how photographers capture their photos: tips, tricks, planning, gear, post processing, etc. Shoti.es is an effort to scratch that itch. I like reading the stories, and hope it can give others the inspiration it gives me.
Mercury is a modern and responsive child theme for WordPress’s P2. The planet Mercury was “named Mercurius by the Romans because it appears to move so swiftly,” a little like P2. This is my first attempt at a child theme, and the first open source project I’ve worked on, so please be gentle! I’ve enjoyed […]