While the Syfy network was busy creating compelling new worlds with shows like 12 Monkeys and Helix, their website was worlds behind. It was not responsive, not beautiful, and, in the words of Matthew Chiavelli, VP of Digital Media and Strategy, "put together with duct tape and baling wire". Syfy needed a scalable, cinematic full-screen experience that would look great on any device and be commensurate to their original content.
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Last week, I shared my State of Drupal presentation at Drupalcon Nashville. In addition to sharing my slides, I wanted to provide more information on how you can participate in the various initiatives presented in my keynote, such as growing Drupal adoption or evolving our community values and principles.Drupal 8 update
During the first portion of my presentation, I provided an overview of Drupal 8 updates. Last month, the Drupal community...
Chances are if you've attended any of the Drupal camps in North America you've run into Kevin Thull. He's the fellow that is dashing from room to room before the first session begins to set up the AV equipment and checking in with presenters making sure they all "push the red button". Because of him, we are all able attend the sessions we miss while busy elsewhere. He is personally responsible for recording over 800 sessions and donating countless hours of his time.
Not only does he record sessions at camps, he also helps organize Midwest Drupal Camp. For this next year he has been charged as their fearless leader. He will be working on their web team, arranging catering, organizing the venue, as well as doing all the audio visual.
This year at DrupalCon Nashville the Drupal Community awarded Kevin the Aaron...
We would like to thank the CKEditor team for patching the vulnerability and coordinating the fix and release process, and matching the Drupal core security window.Solution: If you are...
Deeson designed and built a powerful digital platform to harness Imperial War Museums' collection and drive deeper engagement with their events.The brief.
Deeson was asked to support Imperial War Museums (IWM) in evaluating the effectiveness of their existing digital presence in helping them meet their strategic goals. After a strategic and technical audit, IWM elected to rebuild their website.
They tasked us with launching their new website as a groundbreaking "sixth site" to sit alongside the museum's five physical branches. The site needed to showcase the museum's rich content in compelling new ways.The results.
We created a bold new website powered by Drupal 8 that is a confident declaration of what Imperial War Museums represents, and reflects the...
The rapid evolution of diverse end-user clients and applications has given rise to a dizzying array of digital channels to support.
Websites in the past were built from monolithic architectures utilizing web content management solutions that deliver content through a templating solution tightly “coupled” with the content management system on the back-end.
Agile organizations crave flexibility, and strive to manage structured content across different presentation layers consistently in a way that’s scalable.
Accomplishing this efficiently requires that teams have flexibility in the front-end frameworks that dominate the modern digital...
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