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
John BoranprasitDeveloperTue, 2013-11-05
Let's face it, in IT everything comes down to saving time and money. So how can any company stay relevant in one of the fastest paced industries? I have asked myself this question many times during my career and have come down to this conclusion: You can't.
There are too many technologies to understand, implemented in the different languages, planned by whatever software, using the latest genius' version of the agile workflow; this is why I've turned to Drupal.READ MORE
Kevin WallCEOThu, 2013-10-31
Tired of seeing Arial fonts across your Drupal website? It sure can get boring reading the same web fonts. Designers often like to utilize custom fonts to tell the story or message. There are many online tools that provide custom fonts like:READ MORE
Brett AndersonGraphic DesignerTue, 2013-10-22In the Beginning
At the dawn of the internet we as users were limited in our choice of fonts. Now, of course, the font selection for web has grown and there are great options (some of them) to use as body copy and in simple designs.READ MORE
Danielle KandalaftProject ManagerTue, 2013-10-15
Rather, the ideal client is our partner. For some, clients are project contacts who attend status meetings and provide final approvals. To us, clients are valuable partners every step of the way. The fact of the matter is: the success of a project is heavily dependent on mutual effort. A partner is a member of our team. And, we are a member of theirs.
These are 5 sure signs that a client is our partner:READ MORE
Patrick WallCTOSun, 2013-08-11With Drush, Features, and Install Profiles
One thing every good shop will have is a generic install profile that allows them to quickly deploy a base install that has all the common features they include in all their sites. On Drupal, this is done with install profiles, drush, and features.