The Design of WordPress 3.8

WordPress 3.8 is out… And it’s gorgeous.

Matt Miklic

The colors of WordPress

Today the WordPress core team announced WordPress 3.8 “Parker”, a major milestone for the web’s most popular blogging software. In its 10 years WordPress has seen many changes, one of the most significant being the “Crazyhorse” redesign that came with version 2.7 in 2008. Today’s update is the biggest visual update to WordPress since that release. And while I’m not a member of the core team myself, I got to contribute to this version by leading one of the first featured plugin projects incorporated into WordPress. TheMP6 redesign project originally began last March with a set of new icons once under consideration for WordPress 3.6. It’s expanded into a visual reinterpretation of WordPress that’s responsive too, so folks with phones and tablets and computers of all sizes can now use WordPress well1. We’ve done all this without significantly altering the well-known WordPress user experience, meaning that…

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