I am starting an engagement doing the UI
for a large-scale Drupal implementation. I have no Drupal experience.
Does anyone have ideas for me (videos, books, message boards, etc) to
get up to speed? I see that there are a plethora of resources out there,
but most that I have found are either geared toward developers, or they
are small scale, like setting up your own blog.
The NYC Software Product Management meetup group is meeting next Tuesday, July 20th, at 6:30pm in NYC to discuss product management best-practices in overseeing Drupal based publishing and informational sites.
First off, I WANT to like Drupal and I WANT to not cringe every time I'm brought onto a project where the development team is using Drupal and we're not allowed to make a user-friendly site "in scope."
Interns needed immediately to build and maintain a membership website
for a new startup company.
The membership website will be built using Drupal and we are looking
for both UX design and technical students to help design and build
Ideally, we are looking for students experienced with UX principles
and capable of doing technical development with Drupal modules and
PHP, however students skilled in only UX design or technical
development will be considered. Additionally, the student will
ideally be active in the IxDA and attending school in the Chicago
I don't want to put a huge amount of information here, so please
email me directly for a full job description at tdehnert at aquent.com.
This should prove to be a very interesting long term project with a
top company here in the bay.
Work with a phenomenal team that also happens to work remotely two
days a week!
1) Minimum of 1-3 years experience in developing web pages using
like Dreamweaver and GoLive
3) Prospective candidates will be asked to provide a portfolio of
their work and sample URLs
2) Integration with the Back-end, Php
3) Candidates should be quick learners and be able to apply best
practices with minimum support
4) Must be extremely attentive to detail
5) Must be
Firstly, THANK YOU again to all the IxDA supporters from around the
globe who contributed financially during our recent fundraising
drive. IxDA garnered $15,813, over half-way towards our ambitious
goal of $30,000 to support the IxDA.org website redesign project
Some folks have been wondering if the Conan project will be able to
continue despite not reaching our fundraising goal. I'm happy to
announce that the project is very much a GO! The fundraiser was not
the determining factor for this project.