Four Short Things – 2 March 2019

Clicks are an “unreliable seismograph” for a news article’s value — here’s new research to back it up This is a summary of a report on user behavior on the web. It found a few things that aren’t super surprising: Relevance is the paramount driver of news consumption. People find those stories most relevant that […]

Four Short Things – 25 January 2019

The Greatest Olympian You’ve Never Heard of: Eddie Eagan and an Unlikely Double Eddie Eagan is a unique individual who did something no one else has done: he won gold medals at both the Winter and Summer Olympics in different sports. When we think about “The Greatest Athletes”, we often talk about people who dominated […]

User Testing WordPress at WordCamp San Francisco

  Three days before WordCamp San Francisco, during the weekly WordPress Dev Chat, I came up with and proposed the idea that we should use the conference as an opportunity to do user testing. It was a last minute idea, but it’s one that I found valuable and that I would encourage others to do […]