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Does Your Website Really Need a Redesign or Just a Re-up?

You may be thinking that your organization’s website is a few years old and it’s probably time to plan and budget for a whole new website, but what if we told you that maybe you don’t need a whole redesign?

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Are You Comparing Apples to Apples When Reviewing Website Proposals?

A big part of getting work in the door for us is going through the RFP process. We are always submitting proposals for new prospects, or for new projects for existing clients and in partnership with other agencies. We evaluate RFPs, determine if Inclind is a good fit and if we can offer our services within the budget of the proposal. We put it together and hit submit with our fingers crossed.

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Streamlining Design, Development and Content Management

Over the last year, the Inclind Drupal web development team has restructured its approach to building websites with a focus on giving the end user a better experience in managing content and more flexibility in creating pages.

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A Mini Survival Guide for Remote Working

So you may have been doing the work-from-home thing for quite a few weeks now and for some, this may be going on for months to come. Team Inclind has been working remotely for about 5 years and we’ve learned some lessons on how to work best in this environment. So if you are still finding your company’s rhythm with this way of working, we can give you some fresh ideas of how to keep moving forward.

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Sitewide Alerts Makes it Easy to Inform Website Visitors About COVID-19 Updates

As businesses begin to reopen and restrictions change daily, you may be struggling to communicate your latest updates to customers and web visitors efficiently. Consider implementing Drupal Sitewide Alerts. The notices that usually reside above the website header, are a quick way to guide traffic to up-to-date information across devices without a lot of heavy lifting.

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Tips for Running a Website Well Check

We are all focused on health right now, given the circumstances that surround us, as we work globally to do our part to keep our families, friends and neighbors healthy. In this unprecedented time, where the whole world is turning to the Internet as a source of connection to loved ones, a way to continue to do business and a means for schooling our children, your website may be serving an even greater role as the hub of your business communications. This has us thinking that now is a good time to make sure your website is healthy, performing and communicating optimally.

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Our Spam Combat Strategy Keeps Your Website Secure

We’re like Internet ninjas when it comes to spam combat. Spam never sees us coming and never knows what hit them.

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Going Local with Drupal 8 on Pantheon in Vlad

So I wanted to see what the difference was between using vlad for drupal 8 vs drupal 7.

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Improving Media Management in Drupal

The Media module is a heavily used module within the Drupal community which allows users to manage all media types. The default experience is extensive and powerful, but there are further ways to improve the actual user experience when it comes to managing files. Those improvements include multi-file uploads, improved media interface and better organization of files.

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Creating Custom Templates in the Drupal 7 WYSIWYG Editor

Creating fully responsive websites with editable content is often made easy with the use of Display Suite or Panels. These modules allow us to build customized layouts which often incorporate code from a responsive framework such as Zurb's Foundation or Bootstrap.

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Are People Viewing My Website from Their Phones?

If you would like to see how many people are accessing your website from a mobile device, you're in luck! You can easily access this information from your Google Analytics panel. First, go to your Google Analytics account. Once you're logged in, click on your web name to view your analytics overview. From the overview screen, click on "Mobile" on the left hand navigation.

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Setting Up Android's Virtual Device

After installing Android’s SDK Emulator several times on OSX, I decided it was time to document it and make it really easy for anybody else at the office to get setup. If you’re wondering how to get your work station setup and running Android emulations, here are some easy to follow instructions for you to use.

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