Web design is often thought of as a creative profession. Weaving together the strings of a color scheme and inanimate objects on a screen is what most of us interpret as web design. However, web development, on the other hand, has a much less creative reputation.
Little do many of us cherish more than our family. It's often those most close to us that we are so intent on sharing our up-and-down life experiences with, and to whom we express much of our feelings to by sheer default.
There is a wide selection of themes available online for Drupal. Many of them are high-resolution, responsive themes which utilize progressive enhancement to deliver a great experience to your audience.
Whether Drupal’s user base is growing or stagnant in size has been a hotly debated subject. For years.
Ah, the joy of reading. It’s a pleasant pass-time that simultaneously increases our knowledge and thirst for new information. Right from the get-go, we are taught about the benefits of reading as early as elementary school.
Mental fatigue and demotivation are often experienced by all of us at one point or another, regardless of our profession. Unfortunately, working indoors and behind a screen for the majority of the day only serves to amplify this.
It's 2018, and stress is everywhere. Even in the most perceivably stress-free lines of work (is that even a thing anymore?), the level of individual responsibility, and subsequently personal stress, seems to be fast increasing.
Content management systems have been a blessing to web developers and site administrators for over fifteen years.
Drupal, one of the most popular content management systems, suffered one of its most widespread security vulnerabilities earlier this year.
When people think of web developers, a familiar, recurrent stereotype most often pops into their head. A slightly geeky, poorly groomed, glasses-wearing skinny guy, who carries his keyboard to work each day. Some web developers do look like this. But there are many that don’t.