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Drupal Camp 2015

All posts in News, 3 min read, 13th March 2015

Another year, another fantastic Drupal Camp! Our resident Drupal-ers descended on London with one mission, one purpose - to gain some useful insights into Drupal and its community. Drupal Camps are THE place to learn about new updates and what the future might hold.

Sean Dunwoody
Sean Dunwoody

Is your website responsive?

All posts in Research and Opinion, 4 min read, 6th March 2015

The phrase ‘mobile traffic is on the up’ is old news. Mobile traffic now competes with desktop usage and this should not come as a surprise to any of us. We need to change our attitude towards responsive design; it’s now the default way many of us browse the web.

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Drupal, what is it and why do we use it?

All posts in Code, 3 min read, 19th February 2015

Drupal began in 1999 as a message board; within a year or so more and more people were using and contributing to it. The project was then released as Open Source under the GNU public licence; making it free to download.

Simon R Jones
Simon R Jones