Tag: design-core-inclusion

Insignias y team building

Would you like to read this post in English? Google Translate does a pretty good job translating it! Una de las cosas que más me gustan de nuestro equipo de Happiness es la increíble complicidad y […]

To be a design-led company

What brought Automattic success in the past won’t be what brings the company future success. Learn about Automattic’s commitment and journey to becoming a design-led company, scaling design to have broader reach and impact in newly collaborative ways.

A Store Story: From features to flows

Fairly recently, I went through a rough time at work. I was working on a project that seemed to go on forever with no end in sight. The scope kept growing, we designed for all […]

Mobile design or the lack thereof

Before the era of WordPress there was a time when Macromedia Flash was the industry-leading web design solution. Today, that sounds like madness but back then, the world of Flash offered design possibilities that were […]

お客様への誠意

最近、私はWordPress.comにて中小企業主のお客様に向けての新しい一つの機能に取り組む機会を頂いた。まだその詳細については言えないが、鍵はこの機能を利用するお客様へ必要事項を通知するのと同時に、その機能を生かすサイトオーナーの成功を彼らと共に分かち合うことであった。続きを読む

Designspiration from the field of play

As a marketing designer at WooCommerce, most of the work that I create lives exclusively on screens. You might logically assume, then, that a large amount of my design inspiration would come from other digital […]

Teacakes and tablets

I’m forever trying to learn new things. It’s one of the things I love most about working on the web—there’s something new to learn every single day. This month, I’ve spent a lot of my […]

Brix Wine & Charcuterie site design – Detroit Hackathon reflection

This February, I visited Detroit along with a team of fellow Automatticians to participate in the Detroit Hackathon, an initiative of Rebrand Detroit. We did a quick tour of Detroit (we only had a weekend, […]

What’s Your Freedom?

“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 […]