WordPress theme Updates are usually known to only offer technical improvements and back-end additions. Though there are some WordPress updates which address visual deficiencies, add website user interface trends and elements or increase the customizability of an existing component by more and possibly newer options. Many WordPress theme updates are missioned to introduce new templates that cover a wider range of niches and many are simply technical back-end improvements. So just how did we decide to improve the Jupiter user interface and what strategy did we use to create our plan of attack?
Month: December 2015
As we celebrate final stages of development for the Jupiter V5.0, we are excited to reveal more of what has happened in the core team all the way from the beginning up to the few days before we announce the long-awaited public beta. In the first article ‘The Curious Case of Updating Large WordPress Themes' which began examining the development of the Jupiter V5, Bob discussed the path we took to conceive the Jupiter V5 as a major update to our popular WordPress theme Jupiter. Additionally he elaborated on the problems it could address, why it's important to the product and its community of users and the challenges we could expect during the way.
Online events are nothing new to us, and they come in many different forms. We are constantly bombarded by product and service websites featuring online “how to” webinars which detail the key points and advantages of the product. Or there are the online training courses that happen in the form of one-time online sessions. Additionally, one may find that many tech conferences are held up virtually as online events or that independent brands will deliver their service in the form of online events for which people can register and attend.