For most of the web’s short lifetime, the primary way to design a website has been to create wireframes and comps (design compositions) of a site’s key pages. Oversimplifying a bit, designers identify these key pages and essentially create pictures of what the pages look like when presented on the web. ...Continue Reading
In the open source world, you often hear people observe that Drupal was built for developers while WordPress was built for content managers. This observation contains thinly veiled criticism of both platforms. For Drupal the implication is that the platform doesn’t provide a great user experience for content managers.
The criticism sticks because it is sort of true. ...Continue Reading
Chris, Mike, Ron, Shane, Teddy and I spent last week at Drupalcon Austin. We learned a lot, and ate our fair share of Mexican food and BBQ. Following is a list of our key takeaways from the trip.
(1) Drupal 8 won’t be released until sometime in 2015. ...Continue Reading
Drupal 8 is coming soon. For those of us that work in Drupal every day, the release of Drupal 8 will be met with a mix of excitement (great new features!) and trepidation (learning the new version and converting old sites is a ton of work). In an effort to help folks understand the impact of the release of Drupal 8,...Continue Reading