Accessible Theme Pattern Library Update for February

About a month ago, I announced that work on an accessible theme pattern library had started. Progress has moved forward steadily since then.

Six people have volunteered to create patterns and code has been written! 🙂

The volunteers are myself, @cheffheid, @joedolson, @chrisdc1, @arush and @rianrietveld. You can see the list of patterns on this Google Doc. I’ve also created the appropriate repositories on Github for the patterns that people volunteered to lead and/or create. I’ve kicked things off with code for Read More links, modeled after Twenty Fifteen.

What’s Next?

  • We’ll start writing more code. If you want to contribute, fork one of the existing repositories and make a pull request. If you code exist yet, get in touch with the lead for that pattern. You can find that in the Google Doc spreadsheet. For contributions, we’ll use the fork and pull method.
  • If you have an idea for a new pattern, comment on this page and leave your idea.
  • If you want to lead the creation of a pattern, ping me in Slack (davidakennedy) and let me know. I’ll add your name to the spreadsheet in Google Docs.

If you have questions, just comment on this post. You can follow along with our progress via the Theme Pattern Library tag.