https://twitter.com/POTUS/status/614435467120001024 This past friday the United States of America Supreme Court ruled in favor of Love, a decision that has brought tears to my eyes, a shared reaction with some people while attending WordCamp Europe in Seville, Spain. Earlier this month I had the pleasure of designing some WordPress Pride t-shirts and tank-tops for the WordPress … Continue reading Everybody say Love!
I had the pleasure of talking to the San Francisco WordPress Beginners Meetup yesterday about Content and Information Architecture. It was great and I loved the whole Q&A portion of the talk. Thank you for having me! Here's the video of it (my portion starts at 23:35): Check out the slides on Speaker Deck 😉
or, how silkscreening changed my creative life I was always a creative kid growing up. The first time my mother realized this was when I started dancing with my fingers on every piano-looking surface I could find. She soon signed me up for music school. I was five. At that young age I was learning … Continue reading The Art of Touch
WordPress 3.4 was released today and this is a very exciting release for me as it was the first one I actually appeared in the Core Contributor list for a props I got on a ticket (for helping out with some UX sketches on the theme selector page). Before I was featured as a translation moderator on … Continue reading Pride and Props
http://youtu.be/FrHkKXFRbCI A short film that tells the story behind the 'Keep Calm and Carry On' poster. Its origins at the beginning of WWII and its rediscovery in a bookshop in England in 2000, becoming one of the iconic images of the 21st century.
This past week I've been in Kailua, Oahu island, in Hawaii on a team meetup (Team Social FTW!). This has been a pretty perfect meetup so far: we have an amazing house right on the beach, the balance of work/fun has been spot on and I've had the oportunity of doing some funny creative stuff. … Continue reading WordPress in Hawaii, 8-bit at a time
There is a commonly held belief that Helvetica is the signage typeface of the New York City subway system, a belief reinforced by Helvetica, Gary Hustwit's popular 2007 documentary about the typeface. But it is not true—or rather, it is only somewhat true. Helvetica is the official typeface of the MTA today, but it was … Continue reading The (Mostly) True Story of Helvetica and the New York City Subway