So, you're familiar with all the statistics on mobile usage. You're convinced that sites should design for mobile development first. But your site launched before the mobile development craze, so now what do you do?
One of the hardest resources for developers to find for free is server space for hosting the awesome things we build. I'll be going over a couple of the free platforms you can use to build your Drupal site on, and which one will give you the best performance and tools for the big ol' price of nothing.
Need a break from everything the Internet is throwing at you? While the web has provided us with access to incredible information, let's be honest, we're still human and we like to zone out. If you need a creative break, check out these 10 sites that are fun to visit just because.
Even though Twig has been in Drupal 8 for quite some time now, there are still a lot of things left to do! I recently started collaborating with the "Twig team" in an effort to help move Drupal in the right direction. I spent the past few weeks tackling one major issue for Twig templates: easier translations. Just a few days ago a huge win, in terms of simplicity and power, for front-end developers was made and a new Twig tag was committed to Drupal core!
Given that Typekit is better for design and Google Fonts is more practical, what is a web designer to do? I’ve resigned myself to using Google Fonts unless a client needs a specific foundry font. I've also created my own go-to list of great looking Google Fonts.
Waistlines aren't the only things that need slimming this summer - consider putting your next blog post through a boot camp. Get rid of the fat and show off the muscle behind your post. Is it possible to create a post that's short and truly helpful? Yes! Here's how you can start creating shorter, more concise blog posts that your readers will love.