Month: October 2017

  • Want to contribute to WordPress? Start here with Composer.

  • Twitter and The Transparency Center

    Marty Swant of Adweek: In the next few weeks, the company will begin showing its users more information about who is advertising on Twitter and what those ads entail. The additional disclosures will include all ads running on Twitter, how long they’ve been running, the creative for a campaign and information about why a user […]

  • WeWork has Bought Flatiron School

    From FastCo: “WeWork’s culture is one in which we are always ready to do more, to learn more, and we are proud to expand our offering with this new platform for learning,” said WeWork CEO Adam Neumann. “In Flatiron, we have found a partner who shares our vision of connecting people–through space, design, technology, and […]

  • Remote Server Setup with Trellis

    Provision and manage your remote servers with Trellis.

  • Working with WordPress Locally with the Roots Stack

    Don’t be a neanderthal. Build your next WordPress with the Roots Stack

  • The Time is Now

    The Time is Now

    The best time to launch your web startup was yesterday 👏

  • Web Design, Where Do I Start?

    What even is Web Design anymore?

  • In a Praise of Trends

    In a Praise of Trends

    Why do design trends happen in the first place? Armin Vit wrote in (the now defunct) Speak Up: Where does it come from? Are designers in the various fields just tuned into the same wavelength? Is there data to be looked up that steers designers in the same direction? Do creatives look over each others […]

  • Lyft Prepares for IPO

    Lyft Prepares for IPO

    From Reuters: On Thursday, Reuters reported that San Francisco-based Lyft is close to hiring an IPO advisory firm as a first concrete step toward becoming publicly listed. Lyft would establish a public valuation for ride services startups that has been elusive. Lyft was valued at $7.5 billion in its latest fundraising, while larger rival Uber […]