WordPress Design Team Proposals for consistency

On the Make.Design blog on WordPress.org, Dave Withley @davecave published a series of design proposals for WordPress development to increase consistency across features and areas – on a new color palette, on type scale, spacing systems and components. Join the conversation and contribute. Your opinion counts to make those proposal come reality. Featured image: from […]

Episode 17: Using Gutenberg for News Sites w/ Peter Jukes, Thomas Eagle, and Andrew Staffell

A discussion with Byline Times editor Peter Jukes (@peterjukes) and Yeswework team members Andrew Staffell (@yeswework) and Thomas Eagle (@thomaseagle) about how custom blocks allow journalists to compose engaging layouts without the help of designers, and how ACF Blocks makes testing and iteration easier for developers. Resources Byline Times Byline Festival Yeswework Wikitribune Transcript Birgit […]

Block Directory: a New Way of Extending WordPress

The Block Directory is going to impact Gutenberg and WordPress is some amazing ways. It’s a new way of extending WordPress in a very granular way. At WordCamp US (2018) Matt Mullenweg announced the nine priority projects for 2019 and the Block Directory is one of them. The task is “Building a WordPress.org directory for […]

Episode 16: AMP Stories and Gutenberg w/ Pascal Birchler, Cathi Bosco, Alberto Medina and Weston Ruter

In this Live Q & A we covered some general news from the AMP Project, and AMP plugin and then discussed AMP Stories and their creation with our expert panelists: Cathi Bosco (@BeTheBreeze), UX Architect and Designer, while working with XWP worked on AMP Stories with the Google team, Pascal Birchler (@swissspidy), developer at Google […]

On Gutenberg (Resources) – Matt Mullenweg’s Summer Update at WordCamp Europe

Matt Mullenweg gave attendees of WordCamp Europe a Tour around the Block editor in WordPress. He starts out with a recap of the four phases of Gutenberg, then he showed-off the newest features available in the block editor. He also highlighted a few examples of Gutenberg in the wild, talked about what’s coming out next […]

Mullenweg announced Gutenberg Roadmap

Updated July 4th, 2019 with Mullenweg’s Summer update. WordCamp Europe 2019 At WordCamp Europe, Matt Mullenweg gave his Summer Update. Progress on Nine Projects. February 11, 2019. #1 Navigation Menu is still in discussion on GitHub. (#13690) #2 has been moved forward already for quite a bit. The latest Gutenberg release(5.0), incorporated the RSS widget. […]

Update #106 Upcoming Events, Block building, Plugins and tutorials

Is already June 2019, WordCamp Europe has come to an end, and I realized, I have been curating the Gutenberg News and Updates around the WordPress ecosystem now already for two years. WOW. “All good things take time” is a quote from my father who just turned 92 this week. What have we been doing […]