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.
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.