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ERPAL: Agile projects for a fixed price? Yes you can!

Posted on Tuesday, March 31st, 2015 by drupalroot

In the first part of our blog serie we discovered why we need "objectives" to give projects a solid base to succeed. In this blog post we will describe how to manage agile projects for a fixed price. Doesn't work? Es it does, if you respect some rules and do a detailled planning.

In general you should be careful with agile projects on a fixed price agreement. Both parties, the vendor and the customer should be aware of what this agreement means.

Drupal Association News: Please help us welcome Matt, Tina, and Bradley

Posted on Tuesday, March 31st, 2015 by drupalroot

After a very busy year and a half, we're nearly done shoring up on new hires here at the Drupal Association. We’ve been working hard to bring in the best talent around, and are thrilled to announce our three new staff members: Matt, Tina, and Brad!

Matt Tsugawa, CFO, Finance and HR Team

Drupalize.Me: Funding Core Development with D8 Accelerate

Posted on Tuesday, March 31st, 2015 by drupalroot

Drupalize.Me and Lullabot together have made a donation of $5,000 to the Drupal 8 Accelerate Fund, becoming an anchor donor of this critical funding initiative. We heartily believe in funding core development and are so excited to be a part of providing a much needed final push to a Drupal 8 stable release. Learn more about how you can be a part of accelerating the release of Drupal 8.

Deeson: Creative design for community websites

Posted on Tuesday, March 31st, 2015 by drupalroot

DIY community

A powerful, branded online community can be a great way to promote interaction between a brand and its users.

It's often much more successful than relying solely on pre-designed social media platforms.

At Deeson we’ve built plenty of community sites and we’ve helped organisations develop and deliver their community strategies too. 

As a digital designer, I wanted to take a look at how creative design is being used across the web to help create a more engaging experience for members in online communities.

Long gone are the days when forums were just long lists of grey gradient boxes, with a place reserved for only the highest tech-savvy geeks.

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