Patrick WallCTOSat, 2014-03-01
Brett AndersonGraphic DesignerWed, 2014-01-29
This session was first presented at Sandcamp January 2014 and is walk through of the ideation, design and development/site building of the soccer community Move4. You'll learn the basic modules used for all the key features of the site and how they are set up. This session helps to showcase the kind of sites that can be produced by only using the amazing contributed modules from Drupal.org.READ MORE
Frank AndersonDeveloperFri, 2014-01-24
At SandCamp I gave a talk on utilizing front end design paradigms and how they can be used with Drupal. In this talk I focused on SMACSS, however, there are many more out there such as DRY, BEM, and OOCSS. For more information, checkout my blog post on the subject of the multitude of css paradigms.READ MORE
Patrick WallCTOFri, 2014-01-24
Sebastian NievasDeveloperTue, 2013-12-10
The power and flexibility of Drupal is incredible. There is truly no limit to what you can do. More often than not, you can add functionality to Drupal without writing a single line of PHP code by installing a module or configuring one of its different settings in the administration area. This alone makes Drupal the ideal choice for building a website for someone that does not have much knowledge of PHP. However, this can be a hurdle for experienced programmers using Drupal for the first time.READ MORE
Candace ChenProject ManagerThu, 2013-12-05What is a Generalized Transition Network (GTN)?
A Generalized Transition Network is used to study the various states and transitions of a website. GTN diagrams are essentially a map of how to navigate to a specific page on the site. GTNs should be started at the beginning of the design phase, after the initial wireframes are created. They are constantly updated until you have finalized the designs, workflow, and functional document of the site.READ MORE
Alex DavidsonSenior Application DeveloperTue, 2013-12-03
Many times when building a website a client's needs necessitate expanding into the cloud for their site’s files. This may be for growth in the future, gaining access to a content distribution network (CDN), or simply gaining, in some cases, an archived backup of the files.READ MORE
Frank AndersonDeveloperTue, 2013-11-26
If you are unfamiliar with building forms in Drupal, please view Patrick’s post on the various options for building forms in Drupal.
I will be focusing on forms built with Drupal’s Form API (or fapi).
My use case was a semi-typical one: have the input from one select list affect the options in another select list. Here is my wireframe: [insert wireframe here]READ MORE
Patrick WallCTOTue, 2013-11-19
Forms are useful tools for your website. Here are a few ways to use them.
For forms that need to use the flexibility of drupal fields, rules, etc: https://drupal.org/project/entityform. These are more complex to setup, but very powerful.READ MORE
Abel MunozDeveloperTue, 2013-11-12
There are so many options on what platform to use to get your website up and running. I'm only going to scratch the surface by listing reasons why you would choose Drupal, WordPress or Plain HTML. My reasoning comes from who will be maintaining and updating the site, how big the site will be and whether a developer will be involved throughout the life of the site.
Plain HTMLREAD MORE