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These best-practices help teams prioritize features, align diverse stakeholders, and ensure that the website you build is the most effective possible for your end-user communities. The presentation features videos or actual live website links where attendees can review the deliverables used to create the site.
Have a shiny new Mac? Botched a Mac OS upgrade and it's time for a fresh install? Use our checklist to get your Drupal development environment up and running quickly.
DWW.com - Boutique Intellectual Property & IT Law Firm Launches The First Legal Sector Website Built With Drupal 8
Learn about how we used Drupal 8 to relaunch the new DWW.com. Highlights of the project include including migrating ~2500 articles from a legacy wordpress site, using schema.org to improve SEO, improving social reach with a custom hootsuite.com feed, and simplified the distribution of the firm’s bi-monthly email newsletter.
DrupalNorth.org - Tales from the Trenches, Building the First Multilingual Conference Site in Drupal 8 Beta
Learn about great the features & frustrations of building DrupalNorth.org in Drupal 8 Beta
Take a 20,000 foot view of what's been happening with mobile websites over it's history. We'll review a number of the tools, techniques, and workflows that evolved to deal with the changing landscape of mobile web design.
Front-end web design has become a lot more complicated in the last few years and our trusty old css + text editor doesn't really cut it for modern web design. We'll review creating responsive themes using the Aurora base theme which provides a quick way to spin up a whole package of front end workflow tools to allow SASS 3.3, Compass, and Grunt to help us make complex websites faster. We'll also review file structures for organizing our SASS files using the BEM syntax which is a system for organizing and naming our CSS components so we don't descend into madness when we need to create .ever .more .specific #selectors .that #drupal .likes-to-make which is very !important
So here's a step by step of what to get running on the your mac so we can hack on SASS, Gulp, and all the related tools we love.
Responsive Design alone doesn't create great mobile experiences. We need to combine other ideas together to make mobile friendly, future friendly websites. This "code free" presentation outlines how ideas like mobile first, progressive enhancement, Structured Content, and Performance budgets are all important components for building websites that support current devices along with future ones.
Responsive Design alone doesn't create great mobile experiences. We to combine other ideas together to make mobile friendly, future friendly websites.