To create a big, frequently updated website, you need more than just skilled editors. A solid technological foundation is also a must. If you have a hard time choosing from the ocean of possibilities, Drupal, a versatile system of CMF-class comes to your rescue.
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In a year or so, the stable release of Drupal 9 will finally be made available to everyone. The previous release – Drupal 8 – was published in 2015 and it caused a lot of controversy among its users, mainly due to the complicated update path resulting from the rather significant differences compared to Drupal 7. All of this led to a schism of sorts, with Drupal 7 supporters going with a separate project named Backdrop.
We spend a lot of time at work – according to the OECD, it’s more than 1,800 hours a year! Knowing that you spend as much time at work as in your bed, you should make sure that your workplace is comfortable and characterised by a friendly atmosphere. Check out everything that we do to ensure that our work is both pleasant and productive! ;)
1. We never compromise on work quality
Corporate websites are really complex. It takes a lot of time and effort every time they need to be rebuild. Sometimes it may feel like the website as soon as it is finished, could be re-build again. Let’s look at why this happens and what to do about it.
Corporate website projects take too long
Besides social media, the website remains the main marketing tool for a vast majority of companies, which is why it is paramount to constantly develop and adapt it to the business goals you want to achieve. A company website should be an effective tool, used to reinforce business activities, and its development should go hand in hand with business development.
Recently, we celebrated the first anniversary of Droopler, our Drupal distribution. This presents a perfect opportunity to look at our project from the standpoint of design and user experience, as well as our main principles that guide us in the development of this project.
Create components, not subpages
Choosing the right technology to build your company website is always difficult since you always have to find the sweet spot between the cost of deployment, quality and ease of subsequent updates. In order to meet the needs of small and large enterprises, we embarked to design a Drupal 8-based Droopler distribution. Why is it worth taking it for a spin?
1. Cost optimisation
Modern websites in big organisations are important pieces of business processes. Redesigning or rebuilding them is usually a complex project which has to be meticulously planned to be done right. It often comes as a surprise even to the companies themselves just how important the website is and how many things have to be taken into account. I want to offer a summary of how to go about preparing and planning your website redesign.
Workflows and Content Moderation – both modules presented in this article are add-ons that extend Drupal’s capabilities in the area of content management, revisions and adding custom statuses.
Workflows and Content Moderation