A juxtaposition between how no one ever sees me, but everyone sees the work I do. In regards to Open Design and Remote Work, I talk about the benefits of each and how to start doing them. Afterward, I dig into giving back to the WordPress community.
WordPress 0.7 (May 2003) Source: https://wordpress.org/news/2003/05/wordpress-now-available/ Tags More specific topics that associate related content. WordPress 2.3 (Sep. 2007) Source: https://wordpress.org/news/2007/09/wordpress-23/ Western Eastern
productive. Remote workers did 13% more work in the same amount of time as their peers. Source: Inc., Scott Mautz https://www.inc.com/scott-mautz/a-2-year-stanford-study-shows-astonishing-productivity- boost-of-working-from-home.html
the sidebar on the left a different font another color adding more space what Facebook does what my friend’s site does moving that thing over there this other thing testing this with anyone making it round
We design and experiment with our process in secret. I built some wireframes. We might share specific steps when we feel good about them. Let’s build it together, right now. We sit down and share our process and iterate.
gather feedback. Be accessible. Make sure your designs are accessible to everyone. Design in steps. Make sure your steps are apparent, purposeful, and accessible. Recognize others. Give props to others who have contributed to the work.
Early feedback means quicker iterations. Help spotting mistakes. Less pressure. No BIG REVEAL relieves stress. A confidence in launch. Become a leader. Sharing your process and work allows others to learn from you.