For this exercise, I wanted to embrace both how little I know about driving web traffic, as well as the two-hour time limit. While I could spend hours researching and learning the best way to drive traffic to my existing content on a blog, realistically I know that most people won't have time to do … Continue reading Learning about driving web traffic as a mobile-only blogger
Around this time last year, I got an interesting call on Slack. Automattic had recently organized its mobile teams into a new division called Hogwarts, and our new division lead Cate Huston had embraced her new identity. I was coming off of several weeks of time off after surgery to repair a nerve in my … Continue reading Running an effective remote design team
Earlier this year, a project squad in our mobile division set out to work on a surprisingly tricky task: creating a simple login flow for our mobile apps that works with any WordPress site. Why would that be hard? Because there isn't just one flavor of WordPress. Endless hosting configurations, an almost infinite number of … Continue reading Designing Login for the WordPress apps
We've been working on a number of accessibility improvements to our apps for Android and iOS. Here's a look at how dynamic font sizes are making our apps easier to read.