The world turned upside down lately, forcing the majority of people to work from their homes. For the WPZOOM team, working remotely is not something new. Some of our team members have been working remotely since they joined us, others had the experience of both working from home and from the office (hello, Pavel). However, we’ve gone completely remote, without an office, approximately 6 months ago. We’re feeling great and are super-grateful to have already been adjusted to this before the quarantine.
Following the examples of other teams — feel free to consider this a challenge — we thought it would be awesome to share photos of our workplaces. Meet the small corners from where all the WPZOOM magic happens: new theme ideas and development, updates, blog posts, customer support, newsletters and so on. All of it for making your WordPress experience as easy and awesome as possible! Continue Reading
We have previously written severalarticles with tips to make your WordPress site faster. Most probably, due to the amount of the details included in them, many of our customers simply ignored those recommendations, finding them too complex.
As Google PageSpeed is a popular topic these days, we’ve decided to write another article with some very simple techniques that you should apply each time when building a new website.
In other words, the methods we’ll cover below are not just some recommendations, but rather a necessity for every WordPress site that has to be optimized for speed.
This is also a good opportunity to improve your website today, in case you have never been worried about your website’s speed or didn’t know where to start. Continue Reading
Last year, even before the WordPress 5.0 release, a new journey into something totally different started for us. A journey called Recipe Card Blocks.
This whole idea of building a recipe card block for Gutenberg was a new challenge for our team, as we’ve been creating mainly themes for the last 10 years. We’ve had another attempt with the ZOOM Builder, but that journey didn’t last too long.
Even though we planned to release a Premium version shortly after we’ve released the free one, we decided to focus first on the free version for a longer period and be 100% sure that we’re on the right path.
With 3000+ active sites using the free version, the release of the PRO version was imminent, as this will help to support the plugin and bring new features to it with each update.