The Strength of Drupal
If you're looking for a website framework that's designed for the Enterprise, then you're likely looking for Drupal. It's Open Source, which means there is no cost for the software itself. It handles complexity with grace: providing role-based decision-making, avenues for collaboration, strong security, and it's scalable when you're ready for growth or change. It's organized and modular and SEO-friendly. It also needs a knowledgeable hand, that's where we come in.
Sophisticated applications are part of today’s dynamic web experience. As Drupal specialists, we combine strategic planning and custom development to deliver a superior on-line experience.
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Effective web sites are no longer digital versions of print brochures. They are dynamic business applications that need to be designed for people whose expectations are high and who love their tablets and mobile devices. Think of us as your Curators.
Feb 1 2014
Drupal Camps are a great resource for people looking to ramp up their Drupal skills. Session tracks range from beginner to expert and spending a day or two at a camp offers an opportunity to exchange experiences with other developers and themers. I've been spending the weekend at Drupal Camp New Jersey. Today I gave a session...
Aug 15 2013
The question comes up on every web project, "Who is going to write the copy?" Ninety-nine percent of the time the answer from the client is, "We're going to do it ourselves." Somehow the web site gets built and a design gets created even though the copy never gets completely pulled together. But...
Jul 31 2013
During our STEMnet meeting yesterday, I had a moment where I realized that non-geeks might not know just how frustrating computers can be for the geeky too. In fact, when you're working with something all the time, the probability of having issues is even higher. And, of course, geekier. Today, the point made...