Block styles are a simple way to get started with Gutenberg development: With a few lines of CSS, you can build something that feels like a whole new custom block.
At Jetpack we recently created a new Gutenberg block which displays “Related Posts”. This block is similar in content to the “Latest Posts” block in … Continue reading “A schema for Gutenberg blocks”
Exploring ideas about the evolution of layout and presentation in a post-Gutenberg world
Kjell Reigstad walks through his experience designing a block-powered theme.
Announcing the Music theme: an exploration of how Gutenberg can transform theme design and development.
Follow Kjell Reigstad’s process as he explores designing a block-driven theme with Sketch, for the Gutenberg era.
What we learned by developing three themes with Gutenberg in mind.
Lodestar is now launched on WordPress.org. Designed by Mel Choyce and developed by Laurel Fulford, Lodestar is a precursor to Twenty Seventeen, and you’ll see … Continue reading “Lodestar Launches”
We’re pleased to announce the launch of TextBook in the WordPress.org directory. Created by Allan Cole, TextBook helps schools, colleges, and other non-profit organizations to … Continue reading “Studying TextBook”
Gutenberg promises the vision you have takes shape in the editor, instead of something you can’t see. Why’s that so powerful?
When we think of space flight, we often think of the thing that gets us there: the shuttle, module or rockets that take us out … Continue reading “Themes are Mission Control”
On WordPress.com, one thing we’ve been focusing on is making themes that just work. It’s a bit of a balancing act; it’s very tempting to … Continue reading “Balancing Options vs. Overload”