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.
Search is a key feature in web experience, and for a lot of people, it's the go-to method to find content. We use search countless times a day on our smartphones in various contexts. And yet, when we're building out websites, search is often an afterthought that we don't spend much time on. Search gets added to the laundry list of site features, like meta tags and social media links.
Over the last few months, I've been involved in a UX study to shed some light on what would make a good content editor experience in Drupal. I helped run a survey asking content editors for their feedback about the Drupal admin UI and got some interesting results.
The administrative interface for Drupal is notoriously intimidating for content editors who are new to the platform. I do a lot of training for Drupal content editors and administrators and have witnessed this first-hand.
When you're building a site, it's standard to set up "pretty URLs". For example, we'd rather see /catalog/accessories than /taxonomy/term/18 and we'd rather see /about-us than /node/19. With Drupal, we use the Pathauto module to configure these types of standard content paths. But in some cases, there's no option to create a nice URL pattern, so we end up seeing those URLs.
A tutorial on resizing existing fields without losing data in Drupal 8 with the help of
As more and more users get used to social logins and single sign-ons, learn how to configure the Auth0 authentication system with your Drupal site.
Take a quick look at the experimental layout builder module in Drupal 8 and learn to create awesome layouts for your content without writing any code.