Tagged: drupal

Website maintenance you can do

A website can be a huge investment of time and money. I know, I’m not telling you anything new. But what if it doesn’t have to be that way?  The key is to continuously improve your website so that you sustain the life of it. Making iterative adjustments and keeping the content fresh will not

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DrupalCamp LA: A Recap (and the power of local community)

This past weekend was the weekend of my local DrupalCamp, DrupalCamp LA.  This year was again at the University of California Irvine campus, though the camp had moved to a new building.  The new digs were quite nice, especially the largest room which provided auditorium seating and held many more people than the space did

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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

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Congrats to AlterNet on Their New Site [UPDATED]

Have you been to AlterNet.org lately? Doesn’t their new site look great? Wait… it looks the same to you? Good! Because Advomatic was hired to migrate their site to Drupal while maintaining the existing visual design that was working so well for their readers. AlterNet is one of my favorite news sites– great coverage of

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Committed To Drupal

We’re proud to announce that Advomatic developer David Rothstein has been named a new Drupal 7 core co-maintainer! Drupal works because incredibly talented people like David put their time and creativity into making this open source platform the strongest around. Excuse me while I play James Lipton for a minute to ask David how he

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Responsive Design Tips from DrupalCon

Ah, Drupalcon. Three days of panels and BOFs, one Advomatic code sprint, and some very late nights with the Advoteam. Now I’m thrust back into the land of overflowing diaper pails and spaghetti bits everywhere that is work-from-home motherhood. But I promised myself I’d put my DrupalCon notes into a fancy blog post in the

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Top Panel Picks for DrupalCon Denver

I polled the Advostaff to find out which panels they’re most looking forward to at DrupalCon Denver. Of course the ones I’m most excited about are ones where our staff are presenting: Aaron Winborn’s session on Media with Dave Reid, Tuesday 10:45. Aaron says Media is “the module that Drupal has been waiting for; come

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We’re Hiring!

It’s true, now you can work for Advomatic. Apply here! Here are a few of the reasons you’ll want to: We have the best clients– they do some of the most important and innovative work in the nonprofit sector. You’ll be able to sleep at night knowing you’re working for the good guys. Your coworkers

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#NN10 Report: How to Plan for Your Website Redesign Training

At Netroots Nation last week, I did the second iteration of a training first introduced at Organizing 2.0 with Fureigh in December 2009: How to Plan for Your Website Redesign. I was joined by Erin Hofteig of Middle Coast and Paula Brantner of Workplace Fairness, who both offered additional perspectives on the process. Read more

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