Posted on August 3, 2016
If you’re not familiar, WooCommerce offers a way to link to the checkout/cart page and automatically add a product to the cart (h/t Justin). You can create a link like so: I recently (somewhat annoyingly) discovered that while that works fairly… Read More
Posted on April 8, 2016
It’s been a year since this interview, and just now realizing I haven’t put it up on this site. In this interview, Troy Dean of WP Elevation interviews me on topics like WebDevStudios, WordPress and freelancing. Check it out! www.wpelevation.com/2015/01/episode-65-justin-sternberg
Or watch it here:
So recently the WordPress plugin review team, and the WordPress meta team (the team responsible for maintaining wordpress.org and tangential properties like the plugin repo) have been talking about and making some pretty big changes, and it looks… Read More
Posted on October 28, 2015
The conversation came up internally at WebDevStudios, and I knew I had seen Ethan Marcotte, and/or Mat Marquis rant on it a bit before (I mean that in the best way), so I hit them up on twitter: .@wilto… Read More
Posted on October 10, 2015
“Designeveloper — a Practical Designer’s Guide to Next-level Your Developexpertise” Presentation – WordCamp Philly ’15
Bridging the designer/developer gap is a challenge not often accepted. Designers who are comfortable in PHP and in the ‘back-end’ of WordPress are rare enough that we’ve coined the term ‘unicorn’ to describe them. My personal favorite is ‘designeveloper’ (yep, it’s even on my Twitter bio). My transition began from a house painter and part-time graphic designer to a web designer for WebDevStudios. Over the course of my 4 years at WebDevStudios, I made the transition from a web designer to a developer and now even, a developer lead. I aim to give some practical insights and resources to help make that designer/developer transition and learning curve a little less scary. Maybe… even a little exciting.
Follow along with the slides over here.