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Ping pong at DrupalCON LA
BEFORE GETTING THERE Get excited.  Look up where to go and most importantly, where to eat. Plan to meet up with local friends… not friends found on craigslist. Pack light ( TONS OF FREE T-SHIRTS )  Bring a good light weight bag to carry around during the conference....
sketchnotes at drupalcon LA
People remember things in different ways. For me, writing something down and making it somewhat of an interesting visual mess really works. Here are some of my sketchnotes...
We are very excited to be part of another DrupalCon. Los Angeles is the perfect city for this event. Besides the thrill of the chance of being discovered on the streets...
What is Google doing? Google has announced starting April 21st, 2015, they will favorably rank websites which are optimized for mobile devices. See Google's announcement...
When we talk to clients about building their new Drupal website, we take a moment to discuss our mobile-first approach. Initially, there can be a look of concern as they...
We are often called to fix problems on existing Drupal websites. The most common problem we hear is “Our pages load so slow!” This usually stems from one of two things (...
1. Look it up, Bro. Who is your client ? What do they want ? How do they want it ? Why should they come to you ? Creating a brief with all this information is a great...
Drupal website maintenance
Every week we speak with companies who tell us the same story, it goes something like this: "Well, we had a web design company build us our website in Drupal and we like...
Congress Ave Bat Bridge in Austin
The development staff at Atlas ID attended Drupalcon 2014 in Austin, TX. Drupalcon is THE Drupal event of the year for developers. The Atlas staff were there for the duration...
We all know that people tend to not read web pages, rather they skim or scan them looking for the information they want. This is especially true for landing pages and section...
The typical lifespan of a website goes something like this: New site launch Site design and functionality sits still for a period of time (usually around two to three...

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