Tagged: process

Design tips for lowering front-end costs, part two: Reducing complexity

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Last week, we discussed a few ways design deliverables can be made with the goal of streamlining the front-end development process. This week, we’ll address design complexity and how to simplify things with that same goal. Assemble page designs as a collection of modular pieces that fit together, and provide notes for any edge cases …

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Design tips for lowering front-end costs, part one: Deliverables

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Here at Advomatic, we frequently get the chance to partner with really creative, disciplined, and talented design shops. Over the years, we’ve identified a few areas where we can be more helpful to them. We’ll try articulating the best ways to solve design problems which have an impact on the front-end development approach. Along with strategizing …

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Decoupling Drupal Without Losing Your Head — Part 2

From Styleguide to Final Product In the first article in our series we talked about how styleguide-driven development (SDD) and decoupling both serve many of the same goals, and SDD can do so in a way that avoids the many challenges of decoupling.  Now we’ll get deeper into the details of SDD and how we …

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Decoupling Drupal Without Losing Your Head — Part 1

What exactly are we trying to do here? And is there another way to do it? Headless/decoupled Drupal has received a lot of buzz in the last year. But the rise of decoupled Drupal has also been met with due skepticism, as there are significant challenges. We’re not here to further that flame war; you can find …

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