Many clients contemplating a website redesign ask us how we would create a user friendly website for them. The most obvious questions we ask in return are “who are your users” and “what do they want to do?” This leads us to the often underutilized field of website usability.
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Websites are often likened to field of architecture, whether in describing content organization (i.e. site architecture) or the act of “building a website” akin to that of a structure. Two of America’s greatest architects, Louis Henry Sullivan and Frank Lloyd Wright, opined on the concepts of form and functions. Inquire with either of these masters and they would undoubtedly say you need to understand the purpose, function, and intended audience before you can focus on appearance. So why is this not the norm in website design and development projects?
Selecting a web development vendor is not the easiest task. If you are tasked with hiring a web vendor to handle your new website build or redesign project, you may find yourself at a loss for how to proceed. We offer three signs you may be talking to the wrong firm.
Presentation slides from our Accessibility presentation from the Digital Marketing For Business 2015 conference.
This post will answer questions about accessibility and usability with project managers and decision makers in mind.
Last week we were thrilled to learn that a site we developed, the North Carolina High School Athletic Assocation (NCHSAA) was selected as Best Sports Website in the 2014 Blue Drop Awards.
Presentation slides from our Search Engine Optimization for Drupal 6 and 7 presentation from NTEN's 2014 NTC conference Drupal Day.
In this post, we'll look at how we can implement a testing framework for ongoing imports of data into Drupal using some of our favorite tools: CasperJS, Migrate module, and Jenkins.
A quick guide to easily migrate git repositories to Bitbucket and some gotchas to look out for.