Topic: News

How to Prepare for a Web Project

Before you even think about RFP’s or vendors, get organized A web project starts long before the actual kickoff. Even before you secure the budget and go in search of design and development shops, there are several things you can do to get your organization ready to go and set up to have a faster, …

Election Day Coping Strategy: Tech-Themed Cocktails

Here in the US, November 8th, 2016 is a stressful day. Advomatic can help you with that. Our solution is not quite technical, but it is tech-flavored. As our development team was working trying to work weeping with despair and horror talking today, we were looking at one of our project management tools (Pivotal Tracker). Someone had added what …

Announcing the Advomatic Scavenger Hunt @ Drupalcon New Orleans

New Orleans

  Last year at Drupalcon LA, our team did a conference scavenger hunt based off a list of funny/unusual things we’ve encountered at Drupalcons past. We took a photo of each item for proof, and at the end of the conference, we went through our list and shared our photos. This was a good time. This year, we’re taking …

#15NTC Recap (And the slides you should actually watch)

  Me at most conferences: Me at NTC:   This was my very first Nonprofit Technology Conference, and it was SUPER GREAT. I got to meet some awesome people who I’d previously only ever seen on the internet. Some of us even hugged, so I can confirm that they were not holograms either. And I got …

Have an Advomatic Maintenance Plan? Your site is safe.

On Friday, Oct 10th, the Drupal Security Team notified the community to be on the lookout for a security release the following Wednesday. While that was already the standard monthly “window” for a potential security release, the team had never given this kind of additional warning before. We took it as a hint that this …

Time To Vote Again: Runoff Election October 1st

We had many great progressive victories in NYC's September 10th Democratic Primary. It shows that the public wants to vote for politicians who support the 99% and not candidates backed by corporate dollars. Up next is a Runoff Election for Public Advocate. Yup, it's already time to vote again. Neither Letitia James (our endorsed candidate) …

Election Tuesday; Our Endorsements and Voter Guide for New Yorkers

As engaged members of the New York City progressive community Advomatic is offering a list of candidates for office that we endorse in the NYC Primary Elections which are held on September 10th. We know that following local political races can be confusing and finding serious journalism about your local candidates is hard work. Heck, …

Vote for Advomatic in the Blue Drop Awards

The Blue Drop Awards honor the best Drupal websites. They are voted on by the Drupal community and two sites developed by Advomatic are now finalists. Global Zero is a finalist for Best Advocacy Website US Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs is a finalist for Best Government Website Support us by …

Website Developed by Advomatic a 2013 Webby Honoree

American English, a site Advomatic developed for the US Department of State’s Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs is now a Webby Honoree! “The American English website provides resources for teaching and learning English as a Foreign Language (EFL), exploring American culture, and encouraging conversation within the global EFL community” says the Bureau’s site. The …

Advo Workshop at Rootscamp Conference

We are presenting an updated version of our popular session How to Ensure Your Web Project is a Complete Failure at Rootscamp this week. Our session is 3:00 PM on Friday in Room 154A. It’s a sarcastic and informative look at what organizations often do wrong in their website planning process. Rootscamp is an “Unconference” …