November 20, 2013
Check out our Drupal contributions for the month of October!
October 10, 2013
Check out our Drupal contributions for the month of September!
October 03, 2013
What is Turnip?Turnip is a Drupal starter kit created by OpenSourcery as starting point on scratch built Drupal installs. Turnip provides a basic setup that puts site builders several steps ahead of the vanilla Drupal install.Furthermore, Turnip adds a host of community contributed modules that make up the core sitebuilding & development functionality at OpenSourcery. This post is the first of a series highlighting the tools & methodologies that make up Turnip.What are the components?The main components of Turnip are:
September 11, 2013
With our workflow in hand, let's shift our perspective to the big picture. What does this mean for the other deliverables What prototyping may mean for your other deliverables in the design phase is that they may need updating after being "finalized." When sign off needs to be obtained on a deliverable make it clear that what the client is saying is "Yes, I agree we are going in the right direction and I understand the vision proposed thus far." It may seem rudimentary, but take the time review this with them.
September 10, 2013
Given the pros and cons of prototyping, where does it belong in the development cycle? Workflow The prototype fits best in an agile development processes. The prototype in agile becomes a parallel tool to the live website. It’s not a development or staging instance, it’s before both of those. It’s its own instance. So, that being said, where does the prototype fit in the watergile or waterfall application design process? At OpenSourcery, true agile is often not a possibility for our projects. In these cases, our stages of application design are as follows:
September 05, 2013
While there are many positives to the adoption of the prototype, it isn't all a cakewalk. There are several complications that can arise as a part of adopting prototypes into the regular project process.
Top Questions to Ask When Vetting a Web Development Company, pt. 3: How Many Questions Did They Ask You?Paul Smith September 03, 2013