Mobile devices are taking center stage in the online world. Mobile phones and tablet sales surpass those of desktop PCs. According to official Google statements mobile searches outnumber desktop searches in 10 countries, including Japan and the US.Read more
Learn the story behind AMPLEXOR’s work on Geysir - a free open source Drupal module that aims to advance the work of marketers and content authors by enabling website building and editing straight from the front-end.
Now they have returned from Drupal Con 2015, our Drupal team members each selected one session that stood out to them to recap.
Jan Lemmens focused on User Experience (UX) in Drupal, as various sessions during DrupalCon Barcelona highlighted the need for better UX in Drupal.Read more
As always, there are interesting sessions galore at the Drupal conference and the start is approaching fast. Our Drupal team guides you through the wealth of sessions to pick and choose from. In a previous post, we shared Peter Decuyper's suggestions. In this post, we'll share Jan Lemmens' recommendations.Read more
You are at home sitting on the couch and reading a movie review in your favorite magazine. The movie looks great and you want to check the nearest theater’s showtimes. Let’s say there are 2 options here: use your laptop which is in your bag or grab your phone out of your pocket.Read more
As a consultant working with web content management system Drupal, you encounter a wide variety of disciplines, typically graphic designers, business analysts or usability experts. In most projects, those profiles work at the integrator's side.Read more
Web content management system Drupal is widely known for it's massive amount of community (or contributed) modules available. At the moment of writing, more than 6000 actively maintained modules compatible with Drupal 7 are available for download on drupal.org. These modules are indispensable as they provide us with a great amount of functionality required to build websites according to the customer's specifications.Read more
Content is like water
Gone are the days when the web was contained in our desktop and laptop computers. Today it flows through a sea of unique devices each with their own opportunities and limitations. - Luke Wroblewski, 2013
When we look at the modern Web, we see a great variation in devices used for browsing. Those devices have various input methods (e.g. touch or voice), different screen sizes, etc.However, the difference not only lies in the range of devices used to consume digital content. A web browser is just one of the applications suitable for consuming content.Read more