The standard button to connect with WordPress.com.
What you see if your not signed in to WordPress.com.
If you need to create a WordPress.com account, its only 3 fields.
Been working hard on this one: Use your WordPress.com account to create accounts on other sites and services. Some very cool potential for this project.
Entering billing information for a new VaultPress account.
Sign up complete screen.
Manage your VaultPress settings.
Attempting to connect to your site’s server.
VaultPress security, showing some bad code in a file on your server.
VaultPress in the process of scanning your site.
Some interesting stats about your site’s activity.
The old backups page.
The old VaultPress homepage
I’ve been the lead designer on VaultPress since mid-2011. VaultPress is a subscription service that will backup and secure your WordPress site, made by
Automattic – the same team behind WordPress.com.
A promotional postcard which was handed out at SXSW. This is the front of the card.
The back of the postcard.
A promotional postcard for VaultPress.
Started very clean and simple.
Added some more contrast.
Various takes on the headline.
This is still a work-in-progress. When time permits, I’ll pick this back up and run with it!
The final illustration.
A rare illustration from me. This one was a blast.
An early HTML/JS/CSS prototype for VaultPress’ signature restore process.
It’s inevitable; At the end of every week, I feel like such a slacker. Like I didn’t do a
single thing all week.
And then, every Monday, I write a list of the things I accomplished last week.
Working at Automattic makes this super easy. I just look through any posts I made on WordPress.com and my code commits in a couple of Trac installs. It takes about 20 minutes, and I always feel better about the previous week, and anxious for the week to come.