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  • Drupal Camp Berlin 2014

    Posted 20 Nov 2014 | By Jason

    Drupal Camp Berlin

    As a proudly multinational team, we like to observe Drupal's spread into other countries and sectors. Last week, Jason attended Drupal Camp Berlin: a great opportunity to meet a new community and learn more about Drupal success in Germany.

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  • Summer review - 7 sites, leveraging Drupal, ticketing integration, social content for storytelling and a conference

    Posted 14 Oct 2014 | By Brian

    With the onset of greyer skies and colder mornings, summer has now surely finished. While the summer was long and lovely, we were very, very busy. Find out what we got up to.

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  • Is your content fit for purpose?

    Posted 29 Sep 2014 | By Nadine

    This was the title for the one day Let's Get Real 2014 conference organised by Culture24. On 18 September, around 200 people filled - a very warm - studio theatre in Brighton to talk about content, digital and culture. We heard from a range of speakers, not just about content in the context of what's on your website, but also in terms of distribution channels and content on site at a venue.

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  • Writing for web - some tips and resources

    Posted 30 May 2014 | By Nadine

    Writing for web doesn't have to be tricky. There are lots of websites out there that can guide you but we thought we'd share own favourite tips. We're going to cover structure, language, formatting links, accessibility and of course give some useful links as further reading. Done properly and approached in the right way, writing for the web will repay the energy and time put into it many times over.

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  • Two sides to every coin - building accessible sites

    Posted 30 May 2014 | By Brian

    In the majority of briefs we receive, we are asked to build sites to meet W3C compliance standards. In short, we do what we can behind the scenes but there are two sides to every coin. When it comes to content it's over to you as content managers and editors. That's often not fully appreciated.

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