This session is the fourth one in the series, following the How to Content Model in Drupal 8 at DrupalCon Vienna 2017, Drupal 8 Hidden Power at DrupalCon Dublin 2016 and Drupal Architectures for Flexible Content at DrupalCon Barcelona 2015.
There are a crazy amount of different approaches for layout management in Drupal today:
- Layout Discovery/Builder
- Block Layout
- Display Suite
- UI Patterns
- Paragraphs (+ Frontend UI)
In this session we will go through all of them and try to make a big picture — what is designed for, and how to use them properly — together, or independently from each other.
Recently the field of static prototyping, living style guides, and front-end focused development tools has blossomed, and the adoption of these processes has entered into best practices. But we’ve always felt something was missing from this formula and the de-facto tools: Content Strategy.
By 2020, 85% of all enterprise interaction will be via bots.
AI-powered bots can make frictionless customer experiences, and drive more conversions. But how are you getting your chatbots to deliver the right answers? Are you stuck recreating all your content in a format that bots can use? That's definitely needless duplication of work, and the slower way, so your competitors could beat you to market.
It's not easy to form a union, let alone behind prison walls. Mailroom censorship, bogus gang affiliation charges, repression against union organizers, and government surveillance all get in the way. Despite these barriers, organizers persist.
Communication is the lifeblood of the Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee (IWOC). Learn how a Drupal helps IWOC keep channels of communication open, amplify voices usually marginalized and coordinated a nationwide strike that broke into the mainstream media and shook the foundations of the prison industrial complex.
Learn to move content to Drupal 8 using the Migrate module without writing a single line of PHP. This training is aimed at site builders who will learn to combine various core and contributed modules and write YAML files to accomplish content migrations. No prior experience with the Migrate module is required.
Watch the session video here.
As site owners, it’s impossible for us to serve our users better without knowing a little bit about them -- what’s working for them, and what isn’t. There are a number of high-impact but unobtrusive ways to learn more about how users interact with your site and your brand. In fact, you might be surprised at the information you can learn about your users with nothing more than Google Analytics.
We all know that every good, juicy story must have a compelling beginning that draws the reader in, action throughout and an ending that wraps up the story elements into a satisfying ending.
Like a good story, a good website needs to draw your desired audience in, keep the user engaged through their journey on your site until they take the desired actions.
In this session, we explore how to write that story. Utilize this no-fail approach to outlining the needs and requirements of your organization and audience to ensure that everyone gets the results they’re looking for.