Nicola Campbell, Sarah Semark, Steve Honeyman: Lightning Session : What does Gutenberg mean for design?

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  1. Birgit Pauli-Haack

    10:56 – Steve Honeyman http://stevehoneyman.co.uk/blog/wordcamp/
    20:44 – Sarah Semark

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Published

January 24, 2019

Gutenberg has been creeping up for a long time and now it’s coming for us all.

Most of the initial discussion in the community has revolved around development and usability issues. As it gets ready to launch we’re going to have to establish how we design for it, both in terms of the practical solutions we need immediately, and what it could mean for how we view our work in the long term.

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WordCamp London 2018 38

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Nicola Campbell 1
Sarah Semark 11
Steve Honeyman 1

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design 303
Gutenberg 165

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English 8118

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