[wp-ui] First steps
dean.j.robinson at gmail.com
Wed Jan 20 22:11:40 UTC 2010
My name is Dean Robinson, I'm a web developer/designer from Australia.
I've been using WordPress for 4 or so years, and have a bad habit of
starting new personal projects just so I can try out different ways of
working with WP.
I'm the developer behind the Fluency Admin plugin which, for those of
you not aware of it, gives a make-over to the current admin area with
some new menus, styles and a few extra options ( more info here: http://deanjrobinson.com/projects/fluency-admin/
). I've also released a handful of other plugins and a few themes
over the past few years ( http://deanjrobinson.com/projects/ )
I've got numerous other plugins and themes in a half developed state
waiting for me to find time to finish them. I also released a small
project last year which provides a basic API for developers to access
download stats for their plugins and themes which are hosted on
WordPress.org. WPapi started off as something I was building just for
myself, but I figured it wouldn't be too hard to polish it up and let
the rest of the WP community make use of it too. http://wpapi.org/
Away from WordPress, my most notable project would be http://hahlo.com
which was one of the first twitter webapps built specifically for the
iPhone, it was quite popular prior to the arrival of the appstore and
the dozens of native alternative, however I'm still maintaining it and
have held onto a small group of frequent users. More about hahlo can
be found here: http://blog.hahlo.com (running WP of course)
I do all of this outside of work hours, primarily to keep myself sane.
More about me and some of my work can be found over at my blog http://deanjrobinson.com/
I'm looking forward to participating in any design challenges such as
the icon and admin UI ones that were run last year, and contributing
back in some way to my favourite blogging platform.
On 21/01/2010, at 6:46 AM, Matt Dulin wrote:
> My name is Matt Dulin, and you can probably classify me as a lurker,
> but I'll toss in ideas if I get some worth sharing.
> I'm a print-production specialist but have been working with a
> developer for the past several months to build out WPMU as a CMS for
> a university student newspaper that I help advise. It's such a
> promising platform for publications of our size but I've started to
> notice some areas of the interface that could be fine-tuned. My main
> experience comes from newspaper editing and design, so I'm good at
> "beta testing" content, instructions and systems with the end-user
> in mind.
> I have no agenda for joining this group other than to observe the
> creative process and to help wherever I can.
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