Meet Adam W. Warner, Global Field Marketing Senior Manager at GoDaddy and long-time WordPress community member. Check out our interview to learn more about Adam's beginnings with the early days of web development and his journey from working as a WordPress evangelist to his community-focused dream job.
In this article, we’ll take a look at some tips for achieving better work-life balance when working at a digital agency, from the perspective of both employee and leader, as well as the main benefits of a healthy work-life balance.
There’s so much great Angular content we discover each month that it’s often hard to pick our favorites - so, we try to diversify both the authors and the topics in each month’s recap to cover as many as possible. Here’s our recap for July - check it out!
With digital accessibility becoming a necessity, it's useful to know the benefits that implementing it will bring to your business. This blog post will therefore present 7 key reasons why accessibility is good for business and why you should thus be prioritizing it.
In early June, the long awaited version 9 of the Drupal CMS was released. Logically, this gave rise to a number of blog posts about the ease of migrating to 9 and what this release means for the open-source project. Revisit some of these in our overview for June!
For our latest interview, we talked with Rich Tabor, Senior Product Manager of WordPress Experience at GoDaddy and (co-)founder of several Gutenberg-related projects. An early adopter and a huge proponent of the block editor, Rich spoke to us about his work with it and the impact that blocks will have on the future of site building in WordPress.
Version 10 of the Angular framework was released at the end of June, and this means our recap of June’s top Angular blog posts is bound to feature some good ones. Give it a read and make sure you didn’t miss any of them!
Kicking off with the highly anticipated and groundbreaking WCEU 2020, the project’s most expansive virtual event so far, June was another exciting month for WordPress. Check it out and revisit some of our favorite WordPress-related blog posts written in June.
In this blog post, we’ll take a look at some different terms related to experience in the digital landscape: Customer Experience, User Experience and Digital Experience. We'll explain each of them, discuss the differences and connections between them, and provide a short glossary of useful terms.