Drupal web development

Posted By Shane Sevo on Monday, November 14, 2016 - 12:35

If you have a website, you already know that a blog can be a powerful tool for SEO purposes. It's also a great way to explain your key selling points in depth, and to refresh all of your marketing messages. But those are only the superficial reasons for adding a blog to your Drupal website development project. There are benefits of a blog that you might never have considered.

Posted By Shane Sevo on Tuesday, June 7, 2016 - 13:53

A quick browse around some of the manufacturing websites around the Internet reveals that few consider themselves to be digital marketers, though all of them actually are. Any business with a website is automatically entered into the ranks of digital marketers, and that should mean every business today!

Posted By Chris Keller on Wednesday, May 4, 2016 - 14:26

This is part 2 of this blog series. Part 1 covers setting up Grunt and Browsersync, this part will focus on expanding what we created in part 1. It will focus on adding image compression to our Grunt setup. The methods used for image compression aren’t super important but setting up a watcher and using the newer Grunt plugin can be useful for many other things.

Posted By Chris Keller on Monday, February 23, 2015 - 17:12

As responsive design becomes more important with each passing day; it becomes essential to find an efficient way to test your site on as many screen sizes as possible. In the past, responsive design testing meant running around the office and borrowing as many devices as you could. Loading up the site on each and testing individually.

Posted By Andy Blanchard on Friday, May 10, 2013 - 13:11

It could be argued that a 6-person Drupal web development firm may not need a nice office; or any office for that matter. A year ago I would have agreed. We launched some really amazing web sites at our individual home offices or over coffee at the local cafe; for an average daily rent of $3.00 (not a bad deal!). But as both our client list and team grew, it became apparent that having a home base was a must. Not just for the space, the new desks, or even the beer fridge — but really for the culture.