Product engineer and designer on WordPress.com, run by Automattic. Member of the Calypso core team. It serves more than 15.8 billion pages a month. The WordPress.org open source project currently powers 24% of the web.
I was part of the team that began working in the Calypso project in 2014 all the way until its release. You can read more about it in my post On the road to Calypso.
In 2011, my friend and colleague Ian Stewart and I created a theme called Duster. That theme later evolved into Twenty Eleven, the default WordPress theme for that same year. The theme has been used by millions of people.
During hack day — a day devoted to trying things and exploring ideas at Automattic — I created Tonesque, a script that allows you to get an average color representation from an image. It’s inspired by the Duotone theme, but I wanted to make something much easier to integrate with any theme. It also uses a bit of a different color processing logic. You may see it in action in my pictures stream.
THX (WordPress core theme experience)
I lead the project form its start to the inclusion in WordPress core. During the 3.9 release I also finished the theme install section which was the basis for the revamped WP.org theme browser.
With a small team at one of the Automattic grand meetups we created a plugin called Tiled Galleries that presents your images as a nice mosaic without any effort from the user. The project is now part of the Jetpack plugin for WordPress. I currently use it to power my photography section.
WordPress.com Theme Showcase
As part of the Theme and Custom teams in Automattic I worked on the different iterations of the theme showcase since its inception in 2010 until 2013.
I worked on the Infinite Scroll project that launched with WordPress.com themes first and later became part of Jetpack.
The colors tool for the customizer that comes with the Custom Design upgrade in WordPress.com.
Developed and designed all the incarnations of the Dodecá Foundation web presence, including the Cultural Center and the Film School.