responsive design

Posted By Shane Sevo on Friday, June 3, 2016 - 12:00

What differentiates all the "good" websites out there from the few truly "great" ones? What differentiates, for example, Amazon from the countless other shopping sites, or makes Netflix so much better than the alternatives for video streaming? There are several must-have features to set your site apart from the competitors. Does it mean you'll rule your industry like Amazon or Netflix? It could happen. It could definitely mean you end the year with a healthier chunk of black in the books than your competition does. Here's what your Drupal website design really needs.

Posted By Shane Sevo on Friday, May 27, 2016 - 16:44

So, you've found the ideal web development company and are in the process of rebuilding your website. That's excellent! In the age of 'everything now', it's important to keep your Internet presence current in order to stay relevant with savvy online shoppers. That applies equally to B2C and B2B websites. But, a website redesign has to adhere to a few guidelines, or the redo will be more of a hindrance to your brand image than a help. Here are the worst website redesigns your business needs to avoid at all costs.

Posted By Shane Sevo on Tuesday, November 25, 2014 - 13:53

Commercial Progression presents Hooked on Drupal, Episode 3: Ultimate Web Developer Rivalries.  In this latest installment, lead developers Brad Czerniak and Chris Keller reveal the tensions of rival allegiances in their personal and professional lives. Who can defend a taste for Miracle Whip and a tasteless appreciation for Van Hagar?  These important questions frame a discussion of CSS preprocessors and responsive design best practices.

Posted By Brad Czerniak on Wednesday, January 15, 2014 - 12:22

Late last year I got an interesting email. It was an invitation to speak at the online precursor to the American Library Association's midwinter conference, predicated on my status as the first person to implement responsive design for a library website. This wasn't something I had really thought about, but I suppose it's true.

Anyhow, I thought it would be nice to share the slides and speaker notes from this presentation, in case anyone would like to reuse my drawings or find additional information about the topics I presented.