Author Archives: Jan Cavan Boulas

Unifying In-Product Notices on WordPress

A holistic approach to tackling the ubiquitous notices on the WordPress.com sidebar. Continue Reading →

3-Year Old Teaches You How to Make Dalgona Coffee

In this video, 3-year old toddler presents an easy, step-by-step tutorial on how to make Dalgona Coffee / whipped coffee at home with just 3 ingredients! Disclaimer: 3-year old did not consume coffee, but only helped mom make it.

8 Tips for Safe Grocery Shopping

In this video, I’m going to share with you 8 tips to make sure you shop quickly and effectively while maintaining a high degree of safety.

Bisaya Challenge – Filipino-American 3-Year Old Translates English Words to Bisaya (Cebuano)

“If you don’t know your roots, you are like a leaf that does not know you are part of a tree.” Very proud of my 3-year old toddler who can translate English words to Bisaya. I always converse with her … Continue Reading →

Learning How To Drive A Porsche 911 GT3 with Manual Transmission

In this video, I learned how to drive my husband’s car, a Porsche 911 GT3. Personally, I’m not a car person, but thought it’s good to learn just in case I need to drive it.

I Started A Vlog

Four months ago, I became a US Citizen. As I thought about my journey, it made me realize how tools like WordPress and content creation in general, has allowed me and many others like me, to not only share our … Continue Reading →

Podcast test file

This is my podcast test file.

Engagement Logo Design Process

I wanted something clean and simple for the Engagement logo. Initially, I was playing around with the idea of a stylized “E” combined with something that represents data/statistics/graphs, but I wasn’t very much convinced with the “E” idea. It doesn’t … Continue Reading →

I’m Joining Automattic

I’m thrilled to announce that I’m joining Automattic as a UI Designer, the company behind WordPress.com, and a variety of awesome products including Gravatar, Jetpack, Akismet, Simplenote, and many more. WordPress powers more than 22% of the top 10 million … Continue Reading →

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