Category: a8c

  • WordPress 3D logo study

    WordPress 3D logo study

    Did some explorations in Cinema 4D to get a feel and to push our visual language.

  • WordPress 5.0

    In celebration of the new WordPress 5.0 release, I’m giving my site a new look! It’s using the latest and greatest Gutenberg-ready theme — Twenty Nineteen, designed by my talented Automattic co-workers and friends, Allan Cole and Kjell Reigstad. Pretty sleek! I am loving the flexibility of the block editor, and just how intuitive it is […]

  • Computer, do my design work.

    Computer, do my design work.

    This is a piece I first wrote for Automattic’s Design Voice blog about the future of design and marketing: Imagine you step into your car for your morning commute, then the car starts driving itself. You realize you need to make a stop at the cell phone store, so you tell your car. You walk […]

  • Lessons from Hong Kong

    Lessons from Hong Kong

    Originally posted on AUTOMATTIC DESIGN (VOICE RIP):
    I grew up in Hong Kong and have since moved to America during my last year of high school. After spending half of my life in America, I’ve realized it has made me very US-centric when it comes to designing for our customers. But after spending a month…

  • What’s Your Freedom?

    What’s Your Freedom?

    Originally posted on AUTOMATTIC DESIGN (VOICE RIP):
    “We don’t make software for free, we make it for freedom.” The idea of freedom rings true to Automattic’s roots. Our CEO, Matt Mullenweg, blogged about the four software freedoms back in 2014. In fact, this concept of freedom is so important you’ve probably spotted it on our homepage.…

  • First time in London

    First time in London

    I had the special opportunity to visit London for the first time for an Automattic European designer meetup. I had such a great time meeting most of them in person for the very first time. It was three full days of intense workshop sessions after another but it was well worth it. Much appreciation to […]

  • First blog post as an Automattician

    First blog post as an Automattician

    This is my first blog post since joining Automattic Inc., the maker of WordPress. It’s been about 2 months since I joined the company, and it’s been a very fun ride indeed. It’s pretty meta blogging using WordPress.com, working at WordPress.com. 😉 Everybody who got hired works 3 weeks as customer support (Happiness Engineer, in […]