In the run up to the release of WordPress 5.0, I created a mini-series on Implementing Guteneberg on my YouTube channel. This episode combines the 4 interviews for your listening enjoyment!
In Episode 1, I talk to Justin Sainton about how his agency, Zao, used Gutenberg to create a custom light fixture builder. You can find Justin:
In Episode 2, I talk to Rene Morozowich, a self-employed WordPress Developer, about how she dipped her toe in the waters of Gutenberg by doing a low-risk, brand new site for a client new to WordPress.
With Episode 3, I talk to Bill Erickson, a WordPress Developer who’s implemented Gutenberg on several projects. We wax poetic about what Gutenberg is really great at, and some things to look out for – Bill’s an excellent developer and I really appreciate him taking some time to share his experience over the last several months. Links
Finally, with Episode 4, we hear from Alonso Indacochea. He is the founder of the agency behind Block Party, a set of data visualization blocks for Gutenberg. We talk pretty high level about getting into the Gutenberg product space, and what that could mean for the WordPress ecosystem.