Tag: WordPress

  • Bipartisanship

    October 29, 2008

    A few days ago, Jane Wells put out a call to all WordPress-loving Icon Designers over at WordPress.org to design the icons for the new WordPress admin screen. Now, it’s no secret that I work primarily with Movable Type, but I’ve tried to make Plasticmind Design less about the tool and more about helping users... Read More

  • The Blogging Interface: Flexible vs. Focused

    July 5, 2008

    Decreased Clutter, Increased Productivity When Six Apart launched Movable Type 4 last year with it’s brand new UI, I attempted to design my own user interface for it—partly to try out the new custom UI capabilities and partly because some folks were complaining that the new UI was script-heavy and slow. The Pep-o-mint UI (as... Read More

  • Ten Reasons Why You Should Upgrade to MT 4 Instead of WP 2.3

    September 24, 2007

    (Thanks for the info, Mr. Dogood.) 1. All of WP 2.3’s new features have been in MT for years. Tags are the biggest “new” feature in WP 2.3, and there’s still no way to edit, manage, or delete them. MT was one of the first blogging tools to support the Atom API, which is important... Read More