With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility: Understanding Drupal Entities
With easier data referencing, Drupal’s entity structure gives your website more power and flexibility than ever before — but it also requires a whole new set of skills for content managers.
What Self-Driving Cars Teach Us About Content Management
Though technology is reshaping our world every day, complex situations often require the human ability to strategize, connect, and communicate. Someone who can take the wheel, make decisions, and steer the site towards success. A great example? A complex website needs a managing editor.
An Agile Approach to Content Management Systems
Before agile, developers would build what they thought you’d need and spend months polishing that concept. Now, we invite you in early so we can design a CMS that’s a much better fit for you and your organization.
What Studying the Humanities Taught Me About Software Development
Back in my computer science days, I took a programming class where the professor decided to assign us a project to show us how real-world programming gets done (or ought to get done). We discussed the problem we were trying to solve in extreme detail The professor dictated the precise toolset we were supposed to […]
For SEO and Accessibility, There’s No Alt-ernative
Are you writing alt text for your images? If not, it’s time to start. Like right now. It may seem like an interruption or an extra step, but alt text is critical for both accessibility and SEO. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be difficult.
What Responsive Design Can Teach Us About Accessibility
“Every time you try to operate one of these weird black controls that are labelled in black on a black background, a little black light lights up black to let you know you’ve done it.— Restaurant at the End of the Universe”