Producing relevant, up-to-date online content is a challenge for content managers everywhere. The bigger your content output and the more stakeholders you have involved in the process, the harder it is to keep track of whatever is being created, edited, and published. If this is your use case, what you need is a clear, easily manageable content publication workflow.
When I first meet a new client and start imagining how we can improve their digital strategy, their content, and the user experience of their website, I start by asking about their target audiences. The questions are simple, but they can be hard to answer.
What do you want to accomplish with your website? Who is your website talking to? Who do you want to be talking to?
Take a look at the business benefits to choosing an open source content management system to build your corporate intranet.
Our co-founder Suzanne Dergacheva looks back on two years volunteering on the Drupal Association Board of Directors (and shares why you should consider running for a seat).
Since the start of lockdown in March, you’ve probably seen way more live streams on social media than you ever had before. These are taking places on platforms like YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook Live.
We recently got a question at a training from an attendee whose organization has been doing more live streams on Facebook. They also use Drupal’s built-in Media module and were wondering how they could embed their recorded live streams from Facebook onto their Drupal site. In today's tutorial, I outline two different methods for pulling this off.
Drupal 9.0 was launched earlier this month as a continuation of Drupal 8. This time around, the core update was more about updating the technology underlying Drupal's codebase and eliminating dependencies than introducing brand-new features, but fear not: we'll be getting some of those soon enough.
Drupal releases features on a semi-annual basis, and version 9.1 is expected to be rolled out around December this year.
Should you use Paragraphs or Layout Builder to design flexible pages for your Drupal site? Let's compare Layout Builder vs. Paragraphs from a content perspective.
Why create and style something twice if you can do it once? This is one of the guiding principles behind programming. The Drupal UI Patterns module brings component-driven development to Drupal. This means that you create a component once and then reuse it anywhere on your site.
We at Evolving Web are really excited to see the progress being made on improving the Drupal admin UI. As a designer, I’m curious about the process that drives such a huge project. I talked to the designer in charge of the refreshed interface, Cristina Chumillas, and got super interesting insights into what’s behind the new design.