A non-designers guide to turn your dog, cat—or maybe even your child—into a Slackmoji.
What's the difference between git and GitHub? What's a repo? How is a release different from a deployment? How are tags and releases related?
We know that balancing the ongoing needs of your website, your team, and your users can be a real challenge. We have developed a clear set of priorities and checkpoints to ensure your digital properties stay secure, up-to-date, and optimized for the long haul, and re-structured our process with those priorities in mind.
If content changes on your site and there’s a visual change to let users know, you need to make that change clear to folks who can’t see the visual cues. Drupal.announce is a JS method built into Drupal core that can make this easy.
Building a site today is more complex than ever. Front-End developers need to balance the requirements of a design, the tools best suited for implementation, the long-term maintainability of the site by non-developers, and the ever-growing legal risks that can be part of a high-profile client site.
When working on our longer-term clients’ sites, we’re often asked to add a new field (or fields) to some kind of content, and in the same batch of code to add values to those new fields. This shouldn’t be a problem -- and mostly, it isn’t.
Card elements are all over the internet -- and so are “Duplicate Link” errors. Here are a few ways to fix these common bugs while tidying up your code at the same time.
Vote like your future depends on it, it just might.
After taking a deep dive into the work and impact of Energy Trust, we have seen time and again that while you can’t feel energy in the palm of your hand, the stories that come from the people, communities, and businesses whose lives and livelihoods are impacted by energy, are where the magic is.
While there are some core PM skills that will be useful regardless of project size, there’s a specific approach and set of skills that can benefit you when managing large projects and long-term client engagements.
User research, when done well, provides a deeper understanding of users’ needs. It surfaces new solutions and opportunities, and can often save you from investing money in the wrong solutions or features for your web project.
There are already lots of articles out there if you want to get excited about Drupal 9, so we’re going to focus on the more practical questions with an AFAQ (Anticipated Fearfully Asked Questions).
Your accessibility statement is not just another contact form on your website.