When clients come to LevelTen for a site redesign, they are often focused on adding feature upon feature to their new site. Yes, features are important and needed but the real goal of your company site should be to convert visitors into users or customers. As a designer, my job is not to just make things look pretty, but to actually use visual design to help clients meet business goals.
In my previous post, we began laying the foundational requirements of a successful inbound marketing blog. Today we continue to build upon that foundation, adding more of the needed components for site visitors to find the quality content they're looking for.
Building a Drupal website for a client covers a lot of security risks. One thing to note, however, is PCI compliance on e-commerce sites. This post offers questions to ask and references for PCI Compliance within a Drupal website.
In my last post, I gave an unbiased comparison, with a series of load tests, performance, and hosting features, of some of the most popular Drupal hosting platforms. In this article, I'd like to go a bit further and explore the types of tools and features that each platform also offers for free, and why.