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OU Creaties: Best Solo Project

This week, we announced the winners of the 4th Annual OU Creaties. These awards celebrate the best new websites built by OU Create users. We had over a…

Creaties 2019 Winners via John Stewart (external)

Andy Vaughn produced a great video for us to announce the winners of the 4th annual OU Creaties awards. These awards celebrate the best new websites built by OU Create users. I’m also writing blog posts on each of the winning sites/posts/projects over at the Office of Digital Learning Blog. Here’s a set of links […]

OU Creaties: Best Blog Post

This week, we announced the winners of the 4th Annual OU Creaties. These awards celebrate the best new websites built by OU Create users. We had over a…

OU Creaties: Best Faculty/Staff Blog or Portfolio

This week, we announced the winners of the 4th Annual OU Creaties. These awards celebrate the best new websites built by OU Create users. We had over a…

OU Creaties: Best Student Portfolio

This week, we announced the winners of the 4th Annual OU Creaties. These awards celebrate the best new websites built by OU Create users. We had more than…

OU Creaties: Best Student Portfolio

This week, we announced the winners of the 4th Annual OU Creaties. These awards celebrate the best new websites built by OU Create users. We had more than…

WP Campus 18: Playing on the Web via John Stewart (external)

Playing and learning involve experimentation, getting dirty, and breaking stuff. Both on the web and IRL, I want people to test a toy or a technology or a theory in order to see what it can provide and where it will break. In one of the opening lightning talks at WordPress Campus 18, Donna Talarico challenged us […]

Getting Started with WordPress in OU Create via John Stewart (external)

It’s back to school season, and for me that means helping students and faculty set up websites. The Office of Digital Learning at the University of Oklahoma provides a service called OU Create which provides a web domain and server space for students, staff, and faculty to build websites. Working in partnership with Reclaim Hosting, […]

Resurrecting Now and the Next

In 2012, I built a simple one-page website for an event that was being held on campus. I was just getting my WordPress designer sea legs under me, and was pretty enthralled with the idea of the “one-pager.” The title for the event was “The Now and the Next” and it was about engaging early […]

Getting Ready for Gutenberg via John Stewart (external)

Sometime in the fall, we will get WordPress 5.0. This new release is called Gutenberg after the 15th century Bible printer.  I have installed a beta version of it on a test website called gutenberg.johnastewart.org, and wrote this post using the new interface. Last week I attended a talk on the coming “Gutenpocalyse” at WPCampus 18. Many of […]