Skematik

So, Matt Jones — founder of Storefront Themes — presented at the last WPSLC meetup. Mostly he was talking about ecommerce stuff — which is the topic he was scheduled to present on — but he also talked about a few other projects he’s been working on, including Skematik. At WordCamp SLC in September, he… Continue reading Skematik

Brian posted a link to Cat Signal on Post Status. It may not be the same thing (yet) as being Dugg but it’s still pretty cool. I still need to write up a post on how and why I wrote the plugin…

Cat Signal: An advocacy plugin for the Internet Defense League : Post Status.

Building plugin-like functionality into WordPress themes: to be, or not to be?

There’s been a lot of talk in the WordPress world about whether or not theme developers should build plugin-like functionality into WordPress themes.  After my presentation at WordCamp SLC 2012, it was actually something I was asked about.  Seeing how it was a topic of discussion on wpmail.me via ManageWP, I thought I’d throw my 2… Continue reading Building plugin-like functionality into WordPress themes: to be, or not to be?

Typography and language as a WordPress theme developer

Today I have submitted Museum Core version 1.0.9. Unless there are any major issues with the update, it should get approved and be available in the WordPress themes repository in the next couple days. Among other features both under the hood and out in the open, this is the first version of any theme I… Continue reading Typography and language as a WordPress theme developer

Instagram Envy? This might help.

Earlier this month, Angry Birds became available in the Chrome web store, and I said: http://twitter.com/#!/jazzs3quence/status/79187238893789185   Here’s another reason not to get an iPhone. Pixlr is an online photo editor.  It’s sort of a mini Photoshop that’s completely web-based.  It’s also the default image editor application that comes bundled (well, sort of) with PeppermintOS.… Continue reading Instagram Envy? This might help.

WordCamp Utah

Seek and ye shall find… I’ve been interested in attending a WordCamp for a long time.  More so after I saw Matt’s keynote at WordCamp SF.  I’ve been casually looking for a Salt Lake City or Utah WordCamp ever since I stumbled upon the whole WordCamp concept and found that there was one coming up… Continue reading WordCamp Utah