Even the most terrible intranet isn’t in a hopeless situation. But not having a strategy from the beginning of a redesign is one of the best ways to guarantee another redesign is just around the corner:
The biggest release in Web Content Management history—Drupal 8.0.0—is scheduled for November 19th. We noticed that much of the content out there (including our recent posts exploring D8’s front-end, powerful ways to extend and develop and key considerations for a D8 redesign) is targeted for a technical audience.
After 4+ years of anticipation, developers and tech industry pros are now ready for Drupal 8 and the 200+ major improvements it brings. But what are the benefits of Drupal 8 from a business perspective?
But what happens once they get there? If we’re doing our jobs as marketers in 2015, we are aiming to provide a personalized web experience for each of our prospects and customers with integrated campaigns and creative content. The great news is Drupal 8 is designed with this in mind. There are several new features and pieces of functionality that will help marketers focus on creating innovative strategies instead of having to worry about what’s possible.