On May 27, 2003 — exactly fifteen years ago today, the first version of WordPress was made available for download. Unlike most software releases that start at v1.0, this was Version 0.7 of WordPress that … Read more →
The folks at Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv worked on a new visual identity for Jetpack — the WordPress plugin/service that supercharges your installation with additional features.
The new logotype has been drawn in a distinctive title case, and works well with the brand architecture that Jetpack is developing. The Jetpack symbol has also been simplified to emphasize its electricity and energy.
Jetpack is one of the first plugins I install on any new WordPress site and its new logo looks dope.
WordPress 4.3 Beta is now ready for testing and the team has listed the notable changes arriving with version 4.3. This one below is really good to have.
We put a lot of work into Better Passwords throughout WordPress. Now, WordPress will limit the life time of password resets, no longer send passwords via email, and generate and suggest secure passwords for you.
I wish Automattic themselves offered a Two-Step Authentication plugin for self-hosted WordPress installations.
WordPress Admin Theme Redesign
George Kordas has crafted this beautiful WordPress Admin Theme Redesign and is working on introducing it as a plugin for existing WP installations. The current WordPress Admin UI is old and feels outdated now, so it would be great to see this out there.
Click through to see his stunning work.