Accessibility for WordCamps

If you’re coming here from a link I’ve shared, WordCamps areĀ conferences for WordPress. I’m very involved in the WordPress events community, so I wanted to highlight some ways for our events to be more accessible for people with disabilities. [skip the intro, give me the tips!] In the past year or so, web accessibility has finally …

Using Tonesque & Sass to generate color schemes

Last month, I posted about Umbra being released on WordPress.org. I’m excited about the release of this one, since I think what we did with colors is really cool. The theme defaults to a purple, grey, and gold color scheme, but you can customize this in the customizer. By default, on single pages, it’ll also …

Funny observations from the themes on wordpress.org

I wanted to run some more interesting queries against the themes on wordpress.org, soĀ earlier this evening IĀ pulled down the theme data into a local database. Eventually I want to “feature” someĀ nice but maybe not super popular themes, so I’ve run a few queriesĀ to find out how things are rated, what the number of downloads is, …