October 11, 2019 — Attention spans are diminishing online, so we need to get to the point with our landing pages. We should start by identifying the user problem, then promote just one solution in an uncluttered and direct manner. This allows the visitor to make a quick decision, rather than sending them to a bloated website with many options. Rob covers the essential things to include on your landing page while encouraging a minimalistic design approach.
October 11, 2019 — In early 2018, Peytz & Co started using Gutenberg to power a boilerplate theme on which they built custom websites. Kåre will talk about how Gutenberg helped better align sale pitch and client understanding of what is actually developed in a modular approach when looking at functionality and content, on a website that is bound to change over time.
October 11, 2019 — This is a tale of how usability testing began as a community project and grew. Discover along the way the results and how they influenced the project so far. Learn how to run usability tests and also a lot more about Gutenberg along the way.
September 19, 2019 — No need to feel stuck using the 40 blocks that come with the new page editor out of the box.
Gutenberg Plugins – a new type of WordPress plugin – gives you an opportunity to use all types of new blocks for your content.
These blocks let you add new UIs to your content such as adjustable columns, pricing tables, a table of contents, a clock countdown and many others.
See how 5 Gutenberg plugins will make creating WordPress easier and a lot of fun.
September 19, 2019 — Sometimes the hardest part of a new project is just getting started. In this new Gutenberg-powered world, what does it mean to design a block? Where do I put my shortcode attributes? What’s this toolbar? Mel will show you examples of blocks she designed and go over the basic anatomy of a Gutenberg block. You’ll learn how a block is structured, where to put your settings, and user experience tips to ensure your users or customers are set up for success. No prior design experience is required, and developers are encouraged to attend!
September 19, 2019 — Gutenberg is the new WordPress Editor. It has great capabilities for building the custom page and post layouts. Many users have started using Gutenberg to build Complete website. With Gutenberg arrival, there is a wave of new plugins, how-to videos and blog posts. In this session, Puneet shares insights on new opportunities generated by Gutenberg.
September 18, 2019 — Justin Kopepasah, Senior Web Engineer at 10up, discusses how users can test and contribute to the future of WordPress and Gutenberg.
September 15, 2019 — Gutenberg is a new block editor introduced in WordPress. Blocks are the components of Gutenberg. Blocks are simply reusable easy to use components. In this session, Imran demonstrates how to write custom Gutenberg blocks with the help of available tools while explaining the States and attributes of the block and other concepts of Gutenberg block.
September 15, 2019 — We have less than 1% of the written documents from Rome. We have less than 0.5% of the documents from Ancient Greece. Only three codices of the Mayan civilization remain. The internet’s power is its ability to give us an incredible, boundless storage.
But have we actually built into our software design patterns a notion of longterm thinking? We want to think about our life’s work, and we want to preserve content, access to it and inspire others to think for the long term. Time is comprised of snapshots, and we’re seeking understanding for the whole.
In the same spirit of projects like the Internet Archive seeking to bring access to information to preserve history, we believe it’s also a responsibility to understand where we’ve come from, how we’ve built it and where we might be headed. This also matters for the tools in which we create.
On the quest to share content creation’s history, we also decided to make something. Something that was extremely accessible for both people and machines. Here’s our weird, wild journey of our attempt to create the “”Most Compatible Thing ,”” built for legacy support by design. Yes, there will be GIFs.
Powered by the magic of WordPress and Gutenberg, we used lots of pixelcraft and a custom web server to create paired experiences for each media. From modern headless future-facing web technologies to the GOPHER protocol, from Twitter bots to TTYs, from phone calls to a snail mail service, we’ve got a story to share that we hope will last and be preserved. All you gotta do is look for it.
September 12, 2019 — “His prayers were heard. He knew that sooner or later the WordPress Community would create a software to ease the creation of Gutenberg Blocks. Elliot Condon and his team, from the well known ACF plugin, were responsible for this miracle that has saved Mauricio lots and lots of hours of work in his projects.
He invites you to come and see how easy is to implement them and be proud to call yourself a Gutenberg Block Developer. “