I’ve only been blogging regularly since January, so I haven’t decided whether a premium theme is worth the investment. Maybe on its 1-year anniversary, I’ll purchase the one that I’ve been eyeing for a while, Standard Theme. All that aside, I’ve been using a variety of free themes on WordPress.com and self-hosted including Pink Touch 2, Publish, and others, so I’m always on the lookout.
Ok folks, now is your time to speak up if you have any issues, concerns, or ideas of improvement for the existing Theme Review Process as it stands today. Emil Uzelac, who just had a neat acquisition with his Responsive Theme and with news of it being released on WordPress.com, shared this open forum for your thoughts yesterday. As Emil requested, no personal agendas here please. Ok, so go over and drop your 2 cents – they are looking for it!
It’s my honor and privilege to be one of the editors of this newly minted blog and since we started earlier this month it’s been a pretty neat ride. Statistically it’s been an incredible start for a concept that was once just a simmering thought below the surface that bubbled enough (and long enough) to capture our attention toward execution, even if it wasn’t a perfect product out the gate. Here’s a top-level look at what we’ve accomplished in just 24 short days – not even a full calendar month! 130 published posts – that’s more than 5 posts a day! […]
It’s not even been a full 24 hours and the core team won’t be taking a break too soon – like many times in the past, they’ll be having their post-launch meeting to discuss what happened right, what went wrong, and how they can improve any issues that have already risen to the surface. Good product companies and businesses have these post-mortems to discover how they can improve their workflow and process – I’m always glad to see this type of thing happen and unfortunately it doesn’t happen enough with companies that build apps. And we all can be very […]