Category Archive for: Adobe

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.


Sr. Technical Lead – AEM – R2integrated, LLC – Seattle, WA

Experience in other Content Management Platforms (DNN, Sitecore, Drupal). Architect and Develop web based applications (Adobe Experience Manager) as a member of…From R2integrated, LLC – Sat, 04 Nov 2017 17:26:14 GMT – View all Seattle, WA jobs Source: http://rss.indeed.com/rss?q=Drupal+Developer

Variable Fonts from Adobe Originals

It’s one thing to see a variable fonts demo (oooooo one font can change things like weight, width, and slant?) but it feels a lot more real when fonts you see and work with all the time go variable. Adobe made six of them available: Source Sans, Source Serif, Source Code, Myriad, Acumin, and Minion. You can’t serve them on the web directly through TypeKit yet, but you can download them from GitHub to start playing. Print designers have just as much reason to be excited, or perhaps more, as so long as you have software that supports variable fonts, you can use them right now: Direct Link to Article — Permalink Variable Fonts from Adobe Originals is a post from CSS-Tricks Source: CssTricks

eCommerce Web Developer Support – Huawei – Mountain View, CA

WordPress, Adobe, Drupal, etc. Experience working with a team of global designers, developers and marketing resources….From Huawei – Mon, 16 Oct 2017 22:20:39 GMT – View all Mountain View, CA jobs Source: http://rss.indeed.com/rss?q=Drupal+Developer

The evolution of Acquia's product strategy

Four months ago, I shared that Acquia was on the verge of a shift equivalent to the decision to launch Acquia Fields and Drupal Gardens in 2008. As we entered Acquia’s second decade, we outlined a goal to move from content management to data-driven customer journeys. Today, Acquia announced two new products that support this mission: Acquia Journey and Acquia Digital Asset Manager (DAM). Last year on my blog, I shared a video that demonstrated what is possible with cross-channel user experiences and Drupal. We showed a sample supermarket chain called Gourmet Market. Gourmet Market wants its customers to not only shop online using its website, but to also use Amazon Echo or push notifications to do business with them. The Gourmet Market prototype showed an omnichannel customer experience that is both online and offline, in store and at home, and across multiple digital touchpoints. The Gourmet Market demo video…

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Keeping track of letter-spacing, some guidelines

Considering that written words are the foundation of any interface, it makes sense to give your website’s typography first-class treatment. When setting type, the details really do matter. How big? How small? How much line height? How much letter-spacing? All of these choices affect the legibility of your text and can vary widely from typeface to typeface. It stands to reason that the more attention paid to the legibility of your text, the more effectively you convey a message. In this post, I’m going to dive deep into a seemingly simple typesetting topic—effective use of letter-spacing—and how it relates to web typography. Some history Letter-spacing, or character spacing, is the area between all letters in a line of text. Manipulation of this space is intended to increase or decrease the visual density of a line or block of text. When working in print, typographers also refer to it as tracking.…

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Web Developer – Mark Advertising – Sandusky, OH

Ability to implement various Content Management Systems including WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, etc. Using Adobe Photoshop or other Adobe products, design and…From Mark Advertising – Sun, 24 Sep 2017 05:58:18 GMT – View all Sandusky, OH jobs Source: http://rss.indeed.com/rss?q=Drupal+Developer

Design Tooling is Still Figuring Itself Out

It probably always will be, to be fair. At the moment, there are all kinds of things that design software is struggling to address. The term “screen design” is common, referring to the fact that many of us are designing very specifically for screens, not print or any other application and screens have challenges unique to them. We have different workflows these days than in the past. We have different collaboration needs. We have different technological and economic needs. Let’s take a peak at all this weirdness. Design tooling is still figuring out Responsive Design It’s almost taken for granted these days that any given new web project (or redesign) will be responsive design. Responsive design is the answer for screens of different sizes and different capabilities. So we can’t just design a 1280px wide version and call it a day. Software like Sketch has made multiple artboards of arbitrary…

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Who sponsors Drupal development? (2016-2017 edition)

Last year, Matthew Tift and I examined Drupal.org’s commit data to understand who develops Drupal, how much of that work is sponsored, and where that sponsorship comes from. We published our analysis in a blog post called “Who Sponsors Drupal Development?”. A year later, I wanted to present an update. This year’s report will also cover additional data, including gender and geographical diversity, and project sponsorship. Understanding how an open-source project works is important because it establishes a benchmark for project health and scalability. Scaling an open-source project is a difficult task. As an open-source project’s rate of adoption grows, the number of people that benefit from the project also increases. Often the open-source project also becomes more complex as it expands, which means that the economic reward of helping to improve the project decreases. A recent article on the Bitcoin and Ethereum contributor communities illustrates this disparity perfectly. Ethereum…

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Saving SVG with Space Around It from Illustrator

Say you have a graphic like this in Adobe Illustrator: Note how the art doesn’t touch the edges of the artboard. Say you want that space around it, and you want to save it as SVG for use on the web. Nope: Save for Web THE CLAW! You’ll see space around here, but unfortunately the classic Save for Web dialog doesn’t export as SVG at all, so that’s not really an option. They are already calling this a “legacy” feature, so I imagine it’ll be gone soon. Nope: Export As The “Export As” feature supports SVG, and you’ll likely be pretty pleased with the output. It’s fairly optimized, cruft-free, and pretty much ready to use on the web. But… it crops to the art with no option to change that, so we’ll lose the space around that we’re shooting for here. A possible work around here is putting a rectangle…

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Front End Developer – R2integrated, LLC – Maplewood, MO

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES 3-5 years of experience with HTML5, CSS3, and Adobe Creative Suites (Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Illustrator, Fireworks)…From R2integrated, LLC – Tue, 15 Aug 2017 17:25:28 GMT – View all Maplewood, MO jobs Source: http://rss.indeed.com/rss?q=Drupal+Developer

Want to expand your Google Analytics skills or land a full-time job? Start here.

People often contact Viget about our analytics training offerings. Because the landscape has changed significantly over the past few years, so has our approach. Here’s my advice for learning analytics today. We’ll break this article into two parts — choose which part is best for you: 1. I’m in a non-analytics role at my organization and looking to become more independent with analytics. 2. I’d like to become a full-time analyst in an environment like Viget’s, either as a first-time job or as a career change. “I’m in a non-analytics role at my organization and looking to become more independent with analytics.” Great! One more question — do you want to learn about data analysis or configuring new tracking? Data Analysis: At Viget, we used to offer full-day public trainings where we covered everything from beginner terminology to complex analyses. Over the past few years, however, Google has significantly improved…

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Tips In Choosing Website Color Schemes (With BONUS Online Tools)

When you create a website, one of the first things that you need to focus on is web design. Aside from picking the right layout for your pages, your choice of color schemes can make or break the whole package. Color scheme is about considering the interplay of colors in three major aspects: complementation, contrast, and vibrancy. Choosing the right colors is one of the most difficult phases in web designing and the process can be very challenging especially for those who are new in the field. You should not worry too much, though, because there are available online tools that you can use to help you select the perfect color schemes to use for your page. What is the importance of colors in websites? Here are some of the reasons why choosing the right color schemes is extremely important: 1. Creates an emotional connection Colors generally trigger moods or…

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Acquia a leader in 2017 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Web Content Management

I’m on vacation this week, and I’ve been trying to disconnect and soak up time with my family. However, I had to make an exception to write a quick but exciting blog post, as Acquia was named a leader in the 2017 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Web Content Management. This marks Acquia’s placement as a leader for the fourth year in a row, solidifying our position as one of the top three vendors in Gartner’s report. Acquia recognized as a top 3 leader, next to Adobe and Sitecore, in the 2017 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Web Content Management.Early in my career I didn’t fully understand or value the role of industry analysts like Gartner. Experience has taught me that strong analyst reports provide credibility and expose vendors to new markets and customers. It’s easy to underestimate the importance of this kind of recognition for Acquia, and by extension for Drupal.…

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Acquia a leader in 2017 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Web Content Management

I’m on vacation this week, and I’ve been trying to disconnect and soak up time with my family. However, I had to make an exception to write a quick but exciting blog post, as Acquia was named a leader in the 2017 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Web Content Management. This marks Acquia’s placement as a leader for the fourth year in a row, solidifying our position as one of the top three vendors in Gartner’s report. Acquia recognized as a top 3 leader, next to Adobe and Sitecore, in the 2017 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Web Content Management.Early in my career I didn’t fully understand or value the role of industry analysts like Gartner. Experience has taught me that strong analyst reports provide credibility and expose vendors to new markets and customers. It’s easy to underestimate the importance of this kind of recognition for Acquia, and by extension for Drupal.…

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More Gotchas Getting Inline SVG Into Production—Part II

The following is a guest post by Rob Levin and Chris Rumble. Rob and Chris both work on the product design team at Mavenlink. Rob is also creator and host of the SVG Immersion Podcast and wrote the original 5 Gotchas article back in ’14. Chris, is a UI and Motion Designer/Developer based out of San Francisco. In this article, they go over some additional issues they encountered after incorporating inline SVGs in to Mavenlink’s flagship application more then 2 years ago. The article illustrations were done by Rob and—in the spirit of our topic—are 100% vector SVGs! Wow, it’s been over 2 years since we posted the 5 Gotchas Getting SVG Into Production article. Well, we’ve encountered some new gotchas making it time for another follow up post! We’ll label these 6-10 paying homage to the first 5 gotchas in the original post 🙂 Gotcha Six: IE Drag &…

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Director, Web Marketing – Forcepoint – Austin, TX

Manage a small team of web and analytics professionals, including a Drupal developer; Understanding of Web technology and tools, for example Adobe Analytics and…From Forcepoint – Mon, 10 Jul 2017 06:07:15 GMT – View all Austin, TX jobs Source: http://rss.indeed.com/rss?q=Drupal+Developer

Is It Time to Finally Kill Off the Homepage?

As with most things in web design, the homepage has been branded dead or dying many times over the years. They’ve been replaced by magazine-style front page designs, bypassed by landing pages and cut out entirely by social media. Except none of these things killed the homepage. Instead, they joined it as part of a more intricate set of interactions with visitors – each one playing an important role in a more complex web. Now, the latest person calling for the head of homepages is Optimizely’s Cara Harsham, who wrote for the Moz blog last week, claiming her company has “successfully killed THE homepage”. Well folks, looks like it’s time to get those funeral suits pressed again. Personalization killed the homepage The crux of Cara Harsham’s article is that brands need to show users customised content based on their needs and previous interactions, thereby making the generic homepage irrelevant. Her article makes a lot of…

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Social Media and Digital Content Manager – University of Delaware – Newark, DE

Experience with web content-management systems (Adobe, Dreamweaver, Drupal, WordPress, etc.). Work with IT staff and web provider/ OCM web developers to…From University of Delaware – Fri, 02 Jun 2017 17:07:24 GMT – View all Newark, DE jobs Source: http://rss.indeed.com/rss?q=Drupal+Developer

Senior Technical Project Manager – Blue Canopy – Washington, DC

Adobe, Drupal, .NET, SQL Server, Office 365, SharePoint and Active Directory. Demonstrated experience in leading a team that performed designing and developing…From Blue Canopy – Tue, 30 May 2017 17:37:06 GMT – View all Washington, DC jobs Source: http://rss.indeed.com/rss?q=Drupal+Developer

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