June 01, 2017
The editorial experience is a critical and often overlooked part of website development. A weak editorial experience means slower site updates. Without a robust and intuitive content creation process, editors lose motivation to keep their site up to date. Our modular content creation process makes it quick and easy for editors to create content while providing front-end users with a rich visual experience.
March 10, 2016
SandCamp and Florida DrupalCamp 2016
February 25, 2016
I’ve always thought that Slack was a funny name for a productivity tool. I think I associated it with the word “slacker,” but there’s actually no connection. Rather, Slack is when good things happen when you stop trying and go with the flow. It’s such an important concept, that a religion was created around it. When Chapter Three adopted Slack almost two years ago, we had something of an epiphany.
April 06, 2015
The Chapter Three team is getting out and about this weekend to attend two Drupal camps on opposite sides of the country. These camps are great opportunities to learn new skills and connect with the Drupal community. Looking forward to seeing you there! Bala Bosch, Andy Klepner, Drew Bolles and Casey Wight will be at Florida Drupal Camp in Orlando.
October 03, 2014
Wrapping up today, Drupalcon Amsterdam created a big buzz around Drupal 8.
August 02, 2013
What’s the best way to engage users and direct them to your call to action? By now it has become a mantra: Content is King. A great website offers regularly updated, meaningful content. But behind every good blog post, video or event is a content administrator who formats and posts that content. Asking that content admin to “think” is annoying at best and debilitating at worst.
February 05, 2013
How can you help your team or your client leverage Drupal’s baked-in strengths and avoid its weaknesses so that your project excels? How can you communicate technical Drupal concepts to non-technical clients while relating client needs to developers in more technical terms? This presentation will explain the unique considerations that go into planning a Drupal website and discuss how a project manager can successfully guide a Drupal project from inception to launch.
November 06, 2012
PART 2 of 2The Wall Can Hold Itself Up! Here’s Why You Need to be Social Introvert? It might be time for some social lubricant. There are at least a couple of good reasons why you should chat it up with social media:
October 26, 2012
PART 1 of 2Launching a new website can be a lot like going to a big party. You go through all of the preparations: deciding how you want to look, finding the perfect outfit and accessories, putting them together with just the right flare. You assess the final product with butterflies of excitement. Similarly, your new website has probably taken countless hours of design, development and testing by the time it's ready for the much anticipated launch.