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June 29, 2010 by Kathryn

Ed. Note: Learn how to theme the comment form in Drupal 7.

I’ve grown to have an affinity for Drupal’s hook_form_alter function. Truly, modifying a form doesn’t have to be as complicated as it may seem. One of the...

June 18, 2010 by Amy Peveto

Information Architecture has always been an important part of website design; if a website is too difficult to navigate, users are unlikely to stick around. It is the IA’s job to think like a user and structure the website accordingly. IAs sometimes operate as graphic designers and often are responsible for SEO (search engine optimization), thus contributing to a rather unwieldy job description. But until...

June 11, 2010 by Amy Peveto

I like to think that I was a librarian in another life. Although the strict organization of every single item (heaven!) would have been a perk, the best part of such a job would be all the instances in which I could match up a reader with the perfect book—all the times I could see people’s imaginations come to life because of stories that I found for them.

Yet if you asked me what my dream job would be (and...

June 7, 2010 by AMac

I recently bought a house, and as the fleeting satisfaction of home ownership wears away, I realize that it's a lot of work. I've got to furnish it, keep it clean, and keep it functioning, or it becomes more of a burden than an American dream. The same can be said for your website.

I feel like the majority of clients are very excited about the idea of their new Drupal website until they realize that...

May 28, 2010 by Valarie Geckler

Digett prides itself on helping companies establish brands and providing marketing solutions. Whether we’re there for the birth of a brand, as with The Inn at Bella Vista, MedMarketers, and BioSafe, or helping to redefine existing offerings, as with Instrument Specialists and X Bar Ranch, we flex our skills and technology muscles to empower companies with the websites they need.

May 27, 2010 by Zachary
Guide to using trademark and copyright symbols

As the resident Lionel Hutz here at Digett, I occasionally get asked about trademark and copyright issues — or, to be specific, the use of the symbols representing those concepts in design and copy elements. What I've found is that the questions remain the same from party to party, so I thought it might be helpful to cover some basic ground on the why, when, and how of using trademark and copyright...

May 24, 2010 by Kathryn

Mobile is big and getting bigger. Unfortunately, there’s not a one-size-fits-all approach for mobilizing Drupal. Today, a plethora of modules and services exist to help developers create new iterations of traditional site interfaces. We chose Drupal’s Mobile Tools to help us mobilize McMillin Homes and create a custom user...

May 19, 2010 by Amy Peveto

It has been said that the best ideas come when you’ve run out of them. While this has generally been true for me, I would like to add one more truism that has proved correct in my life: the best opportunities appear just when you’ve stopped looking. I came to Digett through a very circuitous route; a friend of a friend knew someone who, if unable to give me a job, would at least be a great contact in the Boerne...

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