Getting software adopted—especially in large organizations—takes time and effort. As a leader, you must expect and plan for this. Here’s how.
A lot of attention is given to the journey of launching a website. But there is an additional step that can cripple your web efforts if missed.
If you reconsidering a redesign, here are a few alternatives with less risk that will still help you attract and engage more people online.
Don’t you hate having to call a developer when you can’t update your site by yourself? To address this problem, Brooks Digital funded the development of Config Ignore Auto, a Drupal 8 module.
Here’s what I believe this crisis is shining a spotlight on, and how digital-first nonprofits are winning.
4 lessons for those leading a remote team without the luxury of preparation.
So you’re in the middle of a website project (or you’re about to be) and it hits you: pulling this thing off without a hitch and keeping everyone happy is going to be really hard.
The topic of who is financially responsible for fixing bugs on a software project is a question that often comes up during the lifespan of a website. Especially if you don’t have an extensive background in website development and support arrangements, it can be hard to determine what’s “normal” and reasonable in this type of situation.
Defining clear roles and responsibilities is an often-overlooked element of a successful website project. With complex and technical projects, such as those built on Drupal, the need becomes even greater when key stakeholders may not have a complete understanding of the details of the work being performed.
It’s no secret that budget (or lack of it) is one of the biggest challenges facing nonprofits during the website redesign process. In this article, we dive into practical strategies that you can use to fully optimize your website redesign budget so it delivers the most value for your dollar.
The lines between work and personal life are becoming increasingly blurred with smartphones and tablets constantly interrupting us with work-related emails, texts, and phone calls. Here’s why Brooks Digital is on a mission to create an environment that helps protect your work-life boundaries so you can live an intentional, fulfilling life.
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