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Success with Drupal development often depends as much on knowing what NOT to do as much as what to do. If you are not “Thinking in Drupal," you are likely to develop a Drupal site using strategies that are not conducive to a: Drupal-friendly site that allows changes to be made to configuration Read More
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I couldn’t be more excited about the fact that DrupalCon is in my town this year. I’ve lived in Seattle for more than 25 years and during that time, I’ve discovered some amazing places.  So if you are looking to avoid the typical, touristy hot spots that cater to conventioneers (and I know that Read More
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Having engaged in Human-Centered Design Workshops for web development with amazing clients from every sector, our overarching discovery is this: great websites are made before a line of code is ever written.   Human-Centered Design work lays the groundwork for a vast expansion of transformative Read More
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For those who don’t work in the trenches of digital accessibility, the guidelines can seem confusing or overwhelming. The fact is, it’s not necessary to know the details associated with the 73 individual Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 success criterion in order to make design Read More
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In preparation for DrupalCon 2019, Chris O’Donnell, Digital Strategist, for Promet Source shared his views on the vibe of this annual conference, as well as Drupal’s current standing within the ecosystem of enterprise-level CMS platforms.     What are you looking forward to at DrupalCon Seattle? Read More
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