We’ve had other infographics done previously for security-related items and this one isn’t that different (although the design isn’t half-bad). Take a look and make sure you pass it around to those who you think need a good reminder!
Whatever it is, it’s coming in 22 days via PageLines. From what the video describes it’s a “revolution” in web page creation using their signature drag-and-drop solution built on top of WordPress – to me, I can’t get the obviously-similar videography of the overview to that of Apple (i.e. Apple-esque narrative). Take a look:
We’ve been covering flat-file CMS apps for a while and have been inspired by them to challenge WordPress from a design and development perspective. Especially the ones that really take a hard-right in terms of sheer simplicity of publishing without all the frills and bells and whistles that might not actually be necessary. For example, we covered a few other non-database CMS here (and here) that really pushed the envelope and that have been getting a lot of attention. Here’s another one for you:
Wow. The world of infographics just got a little smaller or perhaps that’s just the feeling that I got when I was introduced to someone who creatively thought that this was not only a growing market of opportunity but then decided to do something about it. Yup, there’s a WordPress Theme for that too… Introducing, the WordPress Theme for infographics:
I’ve been working with distributed teams ever since I was in the enterprise working at Dell, Inc. building their enterprise eCommerce system – I worked with a bunch of engineers from all over the country as well as in India where we had a number of teams from Bangalore. Although at the time I found a lot that didn’t work there was also a lot that did work really well, especially in terms of cost of talent. We saved a butt load of money via working with teams and individuals who could stay at home instead of making them come […]
The industry surrounding WordPress-centric web hosting has increased significantly in the last year alone as more and more players are being introduced to the market (and acquisitions already!) but this doesn’t mean that they are invincible or that they will necessarily escape some of the more common “issues” that surround web hosting in general. A recent infographic really lays out the land for poor web hosting and I’m sure much of this applies (or will apply) to WordPress Managed Hosting services and solutions at some point. Hopefully our group of providers will be able to avoid these things:
This is a really cool companion presentation to the one we shared earlier today about plugin development 101 with Joey. The same thing applies here as the WP Theme marketplace is obviously growing like hotcakes. It’s time you got in the action and Matt Wiebe might be the guy to show you how:
A small lunch-break update and a congratulations shoutout to The WP Butler, Dave Clements with the arrival of his new daughter, Ellie Grace Clements who clocked in at 8lbs, 4oz. Dave has been a part of this growing community here at WP Daily since the very beginning and has given us a lot to write about in over the past few months with great articles and tips every once in a while. But seriously, you’re in for a crazy-ride my friend! A new kid is one thing, having it be a girl is an entirely different thing (and even more insane). Having […]
There is a future with those things called WordPress plugins, you know?!? I’m obviously being a bit facetious as many of us know that the plugin world is one that’s growing as well as the business marketplace around it. In fact, some like Pippin Williamson who’s been a part of this community here has made their entire living off of a handful of well developed plugins, like Easy Digital Downloads. So it’s not a surprise that you should seriously considering getting into the game if you haven’t already. Perhaps Joey Kudish could help you out in that department?
Running a theme company is hard work, trust me on that. With an ever-growing market of competition as well as the price (literally) of keeping themes updated with newer technologies, practices, coding conventions, and even the standards that are placed on us by the customers, it can literally drive you mad. Or, at the very least, show you very quickly what is working and what isn’t working. So from time-to-time you simply have to prune your library and make sure that you’re optimizing the business of WP Themes as best as you possibly can. That’s what OkayThemes has done recently […]