What prevents businesses going from surviving to thriving? Sure, time and money play a factor, but could there be a 3rd reason? Our research indicates yes!
Don’t forget – no one else sees the world the way you do, so no one else can tell the stories that you have to tell. —Charles de Lint Ever since I first joined Woo, […]
One Automattic designer’s experience copying a Longread’s post to recreate it with Gutenberg.
As a few posts have mentioned already, the empathy challenge presented by John Maeda this month has asked us to: Speak about how to grow an audience for an existing blog post with the following […]
Last month 350+ WooCommerce developers, designers, freelancers and agencies from all around the world gathered in Seattle, WA for the 3rd annual WooCommerce Developers Conference: WooConf. The schedule was packed with 2 days of talks from industry experts on […]
As you might have read in previous flow posts, last week ended Automattic’s 8th annual Grand Meetup, where 600+ of us made our way up to Whistler, Canada for a week packed full of conversations, […]
Working at Automattic, a company at the time of writing this post has 565 employees working from 56 different countries, it’s imperative to learn how to work remotely. Luckily, in this day and age we […]