Rich Tabor: UX Design and Gutenberg Blocks

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Published

July 7, 2019

As we take our first steps into a block-based editing system within WordPress 5.0 and beyond, designing exceptional WordPress experiences has never been more important.

Let’s take a look at how to level-up our design capabilities and explore strategies to building block experiences within Gutenberg that can be notably complex, yet extraordinarily simple at the same time.

In a world where the lines between design and development are blurred more than ever, we’ll dive into design patterns, user experience, and even a couple programming techniques and ideas — all to understand how to design remarkable user experiences in Gutenberg blocks.

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WordCamp Atlanta 2019 48

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Rich Tabor 5

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Gutenberg 169

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English 8280

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