Nasdaq Chooses Drupal 8

Posted by Lisa Smith on Dec 14, 2016 11:00:00 AM

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And just like that, over 3,000 of the largest companies in the world are now eligible to start using Drupal 8 for their Investor Relations websites starting in January 2017.

 

Nasdaq Corporate Solutions – the sector of Nasdaq that develops, hosts, and maintains Investor Relations websites for more than 4,000 companies – has recently announced that Drupal 8 will be the base for the next generation of Investor Relations website platforms.

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Website Redesign Project Plan: Navigation and Accessibility

Posted by Lisa Smith on Nov 30, 2016 1:40:00 PM

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Ever wonder what should be the most important element in your website redesign? Well, let’s see if you can figure it out by answering a few questions.

 

How many times have you browsed a website only to find that you couldn’t find what you were looking for? Have you ever logged on to a site on your mobile device and discovered that it wouldn’t display properly? Have you ever had to search for the search box?

 

You can probably guess where we’re going with this. That’s right navigation and accessibility.

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Website Redesign Project Plan: Redirects and Errors

Posted by Lisa Smith on Nov 16, 2016 11:00:00 AM

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It seems like we’re always on the move. We move to new homes, to new cities, to new jobs — someday we might even move to a new planet! Whatever the situation, most of us do our best to ensure that others can easily find us after we’ve moved. We send out cards via the postal service, update our job on our social media platforms, and if we packed our bags and headed to Mars I’m sure we would send out an interplanetary alert — or at least shout it from the roof tops.

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Website Redesign Project Plan: XML Sitemaps

Posted by Lisa Smith on Nov 9, 2016 11:00:00 AM

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Imagine you are visiting a new city and  want to know the best places to eat so you pull up Google maps and type “restaurants” in the search box.  Nothing comes up. So you try “food”, then “fast food”, then “I’m hungry find me a place to eat!” None of these work. You try the “explore food & drinks near you” option and your map returns an “I have no clue where you are” message. Hmmmm.

 

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