Lessons for Tomorrow Podcast: The Block Pattern Revolution with Sean Blakeley

WordPress block patterns are an often-overlooked feature of Gutenberg, despite their adaptability and usefulness. After years of experiments with different approaches and collaborations between designers and developers, block patterns have changed content editing as we know it.

In this episode, our guest host and Americaneagle.com Partner Director Steven LaGow sat down with Sean Blakeley, WordPress Technical Director, and Landon DePasquale, WordPress Expert & Scrum Master at Americaneagle.com. The three chat about the new integration of block patterns and the capabilities it has within the WordPress platform.

Block patterns are a collection of predefined blocks that you can insert into pages and posts and then customize with your own personalized content. Using a block pattern is a simple way to create unique layouts that combine various blocks to produce professional designs.

Start listening on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. You can also watch the episode taped in the Americaneagle.com Studios on YouTube.



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Bryan Winger is a Podcast Producer with Americaneagle.com. He began his career in broadcasting back in Minnesota, producing for several radio stations and syndicated shows throughout the Twin Cities. He has over 5 years of experience in the broadcasting industry, before joining the team at Americaneagle.com. He enjoys playing golf and hockey, watching football on Sundays, and producing music for fun.

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