When I first started out designing for the web, all that a plucky pixel wrangler needed was Photoshop, Dreamweaver, and an FTP client to get the job done. I'm oversimplifying a little, but it wasn't far off - if you had those programs to call on, you were sorted. I know a few folks who, … Continue reading A Designer’s (mini) Guide to Basic Developing
For the past 15 years I’ve been anchored at a desk creating everything from marketing material to user experiences for various applications and software. Now more than ever, people can work from their desk and not have to interact with others in a physical capacity. This can certainly be great for productivity, but also comes … Continue reading You can’t create successful products if you don’t leave your desk
"We don’t make software for free, we make it for freedom." The idea of freedom rings true to Automattic's roots. Our CEO, Matt Mullenweg, blogged about the four software freedoms back in 2014. In fact, this concept of freedom is so important you've probably spotted it on our homepage. We've been exploring how the concept of … Continue reading What’s Your Freedom?
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