User Testing has been around for what seems like forever, and it basically has in one way, shape, or form. You see it talked about in the design phases of a project and less so in the development phases, but why is that? Think of it as if you’re baking a pie: You wouldn’t serve…

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Just so you’ve got a brief backstory and timeline for the last few years of Drupal platform updates: Back in September 2018, Dries Buytaert, founder and project lead of Drupal announced: “Drupal 7 will be end-of-life in November 2022, Drupal 9 will be released in 2020, and Drupal 10 will be released in summer 2022.” …

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So here’s the thing, I love my job. (I promise my boss isn’t holding a gun to my head as I write this.) I do, genuinely, love my job. The reason? Because I get to be both a UX Designer and Project Manager for clients. And there are a ton of advantages of working with…

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You know what’s more terrifying than those creepy clowns that come out on Halloween? Building a website, and then not maintaining it. The horrors! ???? Companies that don’t understand the power of website maintenance are missing out on how to make their sites current, secure, and most importantly FOUND. Here’s why the power of website…

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You’ve seen the ads. And it seems like you can get web hosting from just about anywhere. With so many options, how do you even start to figure out what your best bet is, and how to tell what makes a good web host vs a bad host?!?  Well, you’re off to a great start…

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Think Like a Gardener  Consider this Part 2 of our recent blog that dove into creating a strategy that allows your website to grow alongside your business.  Now, let’s assume you’ve decided to take the plunge into the world of WebOps. You’re getting ready to abandon the old school set-it-and-forget it approach to web strategy,…

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Decoupled and Headless CMS: An introduction

Decoupled architecture. It’s making waves in the development community and all for the right reasons. Separating your back-end from your front-end simply makes sense. Content management systems like WordPress and Drupal both offer a set of features that streamline development. Features such as: User-friendly content authoring panel Prebuilt functionality that could be costly to otherwise…

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