On WordPress.com we have a showcase full of beautiful, diverse themes, but it has an ugly side as well, hidden from the public view. Behind the scenes we have Trac (our bug tracking system of […]
WordPress.com has recently launched our very first TV commercials – telling the stories of small businesses in Detroit. The spots document our journey during the Detroit Hackathon we’ve held with Rebrand Cities to partner with […]
WordCamp Europe: Le kisoque de vente de swag Du 15 au 17 juin avait lieu l’édition 2017 du WordCamp Europe (WCEU) en France. Comme dans la plupart des WordCamps, le kiosque de vente de swag en est un […]
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 […]
As a Theme Wrangler, I’m a member of the team here at Automattic that builds, maintains and reviews the themes on WordPress.com. Right now we have over 380 themes available for folks to pick from.
This week, I published a post about how the Theme Team at Automattic decided to retire one of our recent experiments:
Say goodbye to having to install a plugin to manage your plugins! Over the past few months, we have been working on figuring out how we could simplify our customer’s experience when managing the extensions […]
For the past 6 months or so, I’ve dreamt of blocks. Jan 1st I started work on designing the WordPress core editor focus for 2017. That is, with the ultimate goal of creating a new […]