From September 2019, all public sector websites in the UK will be legally obliged to comply with new accessibility standards.
An effective digital strategy requires extensive planning and substancial input from stakeholders. But we appreciate that sometimes you just need to get started, especially when you're a Not-For-Profit with limited resource. So, here’s our quick-start digital strategy guide to begin your journey to digital excellence.
This week, thousands of members of the Drupal community have come together to share insights and to celebrate the power of open source. Embracing knowledge transfer, the Digital Transformation and Enterprise track stands out as accessible for developers, marketers and business owners alike.
We are excited to support our clients, BASF and Chatham House, in presenting sessions at Drupal Europe. Representatives from these diverse organisations will speak about their experiences with Drupal, embracing open source software in industries traditionally opposed to the very concept. Paul Johnson, our Director of Drupal Services, will co-present the sessions, providing technical detail and expertise.
After growing to a £5M+ turnover in 2018, we have recently confirmed plans to invest £500k into enhancing our e-commerce offering. With significant e-commerce wins and success with Magento clients over the past year, the investment looks to grow and improve our e-commerce department and end-to-end service capabilities.
I’m pleased to announce that we’ve been awarded ISO 9001:2015 accreditation, which covers all of the services we offer including design, development, marketing and support. This big milestone has been a long time in the making, so I wanted to describe the journey we’ve taken to achieving this accreditation.
Our eCommerce Director, Ian Cassidy, gave a talk about Checkoutless Commerce at the eCommerce Show North in the Magento Theater on Wednesday 11th October.
Advances like Amazon's Alexa have revolutionalised online shopping. How long will it take before every business must adopt some sort of checkoutless commerce strategy.
The Sprints and Drupal 8.
Since I started the sprints my goal over the last 5 sprints is learn and contribute back to Drupal 8. The main key areas for me are Drupal Core, IMP and CMI, we’ve helped with rolling new patches and testing existing functionality as well as getting others up to speed with the new structural changes. Bringing everyone together provides a productive atmosphere and a great environment in which to contribute in.
Understanding and responding to client requirements is as the heart of everything we do as developers. But research needn't be laborious; never underestimate the power of post-it notes!