Tag: gutenberg

Gutenberg Emphatic Empathy

The goal for this empathy challenge was straight-forward: re-create a Longreads article by using Gutenberg. If you’re not familiar with it, here’s what the new Gutenberg editor promises: Get ready to make your words, pictures, and […]

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An Hour with Gutenberg to Create an Image-Rich Story

Today, I spent an hour recreating a post from Longreads in the Gutenberg publishing experience to gain some empathy for our customers. You can check out the video, and see a screenshot of the final […]

A trial of Gutenberg – Empathy Challenge #2

All Automattic designers are tasked with rebuilding a Longreads article of their choice, using the latest and greatest version of WordPress’s next-gen editor, Gutenberg. Since I’ve worked on some videos for Gutenberg, this is not […]

Gutenberg April Empathy Challenge

“Gutenberg” is the codename for a project to bring a brand new editor to WordPress; an editor that makes it easy to create rich layouts without having to know code. Because usage is like oxygen […]

Publishing with Gutenberg

At Automattic, we challenge ourselves to continuously use and test the products we work on. This time we are challenging ourselves to re-create a Longreads article using our new (soon to be in Core) block-based editor – Gutenberg. […]

Gutenberg, Longreads, and Climate Change in Cities

Like my fellow designers at Automattic, this quarter I spent some time trying to recreate a Longreads story using Gutenberg, the new block-based editor for WordPress. I’ve already had some experience with Gutenberg, but primarily […]

Testing Gutenberg for the first time (ish)

I have tested Gutenberg in the past but, I hadn’t created a long article with different content with it until today. For our empathy challenge, I decided to replicate the post “How Land Registry data […]

Using Gutenberg to recreate “It’s Time for Real Talk About Aliens”

For the latest design empathy challenge we were asked to replicate an article using the new Gutenberg editor. As a fairly new Automattician, I’ve been pretty unfamiliar with Gutenberg so I was excited to spend […]

Testing Gutenberg: An Empathy Challenge

Like so many of my colleagues, I thought I’d test Gutenberg by answering the call to an empathy challenge. We were asked to recreate an existing post with the new Gutenberg plugin (soon to be […]