Can you have it all?
In an ideal world we would be able to get the things we want immediately, in perfect condition AND at just the right price (preferably free). Unfortunately the real world of business doesn’t work that way. We have to make some compromises and choose the project parameters we value most, while sacrificing others.
Creating or redesigning a website can be an overwhelming task to take on. Most people don’t know where to start, or get stuck along the way.
To make this process easier to understand, we produced this infographic to illustrate the steps required to create a beautiful and meaningful Drupal website.
View the full infographic to learn:
The future is now
At the Design4Drupal camp in Boston there was a lot of talk about responsive design the state of design and where the future of design is headed. There was much discussion about what types of devices we may soon be designing for and how people will interact with them.
To expand and gain a stronger foothold in the VM storage market, Tintri turned to Chapter Three to create a new look and feel for their business. As a team, the two companies built a stronger content structure that spoke more effectively to Tintri’s primary audiences.
The project was a resounding success, resulting in an immediate 30% increase in traffic and a significant uptick in lead generation after just one month.
Finding images for your website can be a daunting task. We thought it'd be useful to compile a resource of sites we use to help people tasked with this responsibility.
What are page tables you ask? Page tables are a tool you can leverage in the strategy phase of your web project to help better inform the structure and content of your site.
Using page table will help you:
Learn how to make your clients love you. This session will uncover tips for successful collaborations and share how mastering human interactions is the key to happiness, success and job satisfaction.
Knowing how to collaborate effectively with clients and co-workers largely accounts for the success of our projects. Yet navigating these waters is not always easy. All of us have encountered sticky situations where clients or co-workers miscommunicate, leading to different intrepretations of reality, which can lead to conflict.
In lieu of the fact that I was unable to go attend Confab this week, I wanted to represent the Content Strategy movement by sharing a notion I've been thinking about for quite some time. I believe there are three key ingredients to making an amazing website: