Archive for: July, 2016

rfp-robotRFP ROBOT: Website Request for Proposal Generator

The time has come for a new website (or website redesign), which means you need to write a website request for proposal or web RFP. A Google search produces a few examples, but they vary wildly and don’t seem to speak really to your goals for developing or redesigning a new website. You need to write a website RFP that will clearly articulate your needs and generate responses from the best website designers and developers out there. But how?

Have no fear, RFP Robot is here. He will walk you through a step-by-step process to help you work through the details of your project and create a PDF formatted website design RFP that will provide the information vendors need to write an accurate bid. RFP Robot will tell you what info you should include, point out pitfalls, and give examples.


Drupal Developer position is open @inclind

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Drupal Website Developer position is open @EmbeddedVision

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Setting higher standards for corporate contributions to Drupal

Last week I made a comment on Twitter that I’d like to see Pantheon contribute more to Drupal core. I wrote that in response to the announcement that Pantheon has raised a $30 million Series C. Pantheon has now raised $50 to $60 million dollars of working capital (depending on Industry Ventures’ $8.5M) and is in a special class of companies. This is an amazing milestone. Though it wasn’t meant that way, Pantheon and Acquia compete for business and my Tweet could be read as a cheap attack on a competitor, and so it resulted in a fair amount of criticism. Admittedly, Pantheon was neither the best nor the only example to single out. There are many companies that don’t contribute to Drupal at all – and Pantheon does contribute to Drupal in a variety of ways such as sponsoring events and supporting the development of contributed modules. In hindsight,…

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Drupal Website Developer position is open http://twitter.com/amiainformatics

Bethesda, MD, United States Drupal Developers: jobs.drupal.org

3 Ways Scrum Improves the Client and Agency Relationship

3 Ways Scrum Improves the Client and Agency Relationship Tim Tufts jennaFri, 07/29/2016 – 07:43 For anyone managing a website build: you know that the project process makes or breaks the overall experience. It can be a smooth endeavor or a multi-month hair-pulling extravaganza. Source: bluecoda.com

Talented Developer position is open

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Around the Drupalverse with Enzo García

Matt & Mike talk with Eduardo “Enzo” García about his 18 country tour around the the world! We talk about various far-flung Drupal communities, motivations, challenges, and more. Drupal Developer

WEB ADMINISTRATOR (2016-04D) position is open

Concord, NH, United States Drupal Developers: jobs.drupal.org

High-Caliber Back-End or Full-Stack Drupal Developer: Midwest or East Coast USA position is open @OriginEight

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Sr. PHP/Drupal Developer – Contract Atlanta position is open

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Userium

Userium is a responsive Drupal 8 theme designed and developed by Nina Patkai (@userium). Demo site The photos used in the demo are from unsplash (Creative Commons Zero licence). Features Uses Bootstrap v3.3.6 Font Awesome SASS Compass Responsive menu Jumbotron images are hidden on small displays Tested with Firefox 44.0.2, Google Chrome 51.0 , Safari 9.1.2 Drupal.org Project applications -> Issue Drupal Developer

24 Headline Fonts to Transform Your Web Designs

Right at the heart of good Drupal Web Design are the fonts and typefaces you build your projects around. Strip back all the trends, gimmicks and other stuff hogging screen space and it all comes down to a few sets of stylised letters. Topping your list of typeface needs is a good collection of headline fonts. After all, there’s more to an attention grabbing headline than choosing words; they need to visually catch the eye as well. Not to mention these are typically used for the first words a user sees when they land on your client’s site. So here are 24 quality headline fonts that can transform your Drupal Web Designs and grab attention for all the right reasons.   Adam.CG Pro Inspired by Paul Renner’s Futura, Adam is a revamp on a modern classic sans that has been catching eyes for almost a century.   Greycliff CF Greycliff…

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Professional Starter Theme

This is a base white screen theme used as the core of all our other themes (professional theme..etc) Drupal Developer

5 Common SEO Myths Debunked

Inspired Magazine Inspired Magazine – creativity & inspiration dailyTo get your website in front of as many people as possible and boost your ranking on the search engines, you need to implement the latest SEO strategies. But before you embark on your journey towards optimising your website, continue reading to learn about five common SEO myths that have already been debunked. This will help you avoid wasting time on tactics that don’t work. SEO Will Cost You a Lot of MoneyA lot of people think that hiring an SEO agency will be very expensive, but the truth is that you can find a lot of competitive rates from some of the best experts in the field. Plus, it will definitely be worth your money because you’ll be paying for the actual execution of a variety of complex tasks, as well as the SEO expertise that will ensure your website will…

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Any Road, Or, The Importance of Goals

“Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?” “That depends a good deal on where you want to get to…” — Alice in Wonderland Here’s a quick test. See if you can answer this question: why are you doing what you’re doing right now? Why are you reading this blog post? Why were you doing the thing you were just doing before this? Why did you do all the things you did yesterday? If you’re having trouble answering any of these questions, you might be suffering from a lack of clearly defined goals. Without goals, any choice we make is as good as any other, because our actions are not in service of anything particular. When you don’t know where you’re going, any road will get you there. That may be just fine in many situations, but for a technology project, proceeding without goals is a sure path…

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Senior Drupal Developer (Can be mostly remote) position is open @completestaffIT

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Drupal Developer position is open @LibraryMarket1

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DTrac

Placeholder for Trac inspired issue tracker and wiki. Drupal Developer

How to Access Readme Files in Drupal 8

In this tutorial, we will add a module that makes site maintainers’ lives easier. With Drupal 8 setups you are encouraged to use Composer, DrupalConsole and Drush because this is a faster and more effective way of adding components to your site. However, if you use those solutions, you can’t access the readme file directly to read information about the module. We will show you how to use the README module to access readme files directly from the Drupal 8 admin area. Drupal Developer

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