Kicking off with the highly anticipated and groundbreaking WCEU 2020, the project’s most expansive virtual event so far, June was another exciting month for WordPress. Check it out and revisit some of our favorite WordPress-related blog posts written in June.
In this blog post, we’ll take a look at some different terms related to experience in the digital landscape: Customer Experience, User Experience and Digital Experience. We'll explain each of them, discuss the differences and connections between them, and provide a short glossary of useful terms.
Last time, we gathered together DrupalCon Baltimore sessions about Project Management. Before that, we explored Case Studies. We promised that we will also look in some other areas. Therefore, we will this time see, which sessions were present in the area of Coding and Development.
Last time, we gathered together DrupalCon Baltimore sessions about Case Studies. We promised that we will also look in some other areas. Therefore, we will this time explore the sessions from Project Management.
In the last blog post, we revealed that our development team will be present at Drupal Heart Camp Zagreb. But that won't be the only Drupal Event, where Agiledrop will be present at the end of this week. Namely, Marko Bahor and Iztok Smolic (our Commercial and Operations directors) will attend European Drupal Business Days in Frankfurt. That means that you'll be able to talk to us in person in two different locations across Europe, practically at the same time.
After a long travel to Baltimore, where two of our team members (Commercial and Operations director to be precise) attended DrupalCon Baltimore, we will have a much shorter distance to overcome this time. In fact, we'll be going to the nearest Drupal Camp possible. That's in Zagreb, where our development team will attend Drupal Heart Camp Zagreb.
There was an enormous amount of sessions in the past DrupalCon. They are available online. But to make things easier for you, we'll simply group them together and add a little overview, so you'll easily pick the ones that you like. We'll start with case studies on DrupalCon Baltimore.
We are heading towards the end of our “Druplicon marathon”. Besides this post, we have only one left for you. It will be hard for us not to search for any Druplicons. But until then, let’s enjoy them a little bit more. After Humans and Superhumans, Fruits and Vegetables, Animals, Outdoor activities, National Identities, Emotions, Human Professions and Hats, it’s time for Drupal Logos covered with Art.
It's back! You did not really think that our Druplicon marathon was finished, did you? Well, it's not. We still have some areas to explore. After Humans and Superhumans, Fruits and Vegetables, Animals, Outdoor activities, National Identities, Emotions and Human Professions, we have seen that not all Druplicons with hats were covered. So, here are Drupal Logos with hats.
Last week we promised that from now on, we'll be more informative about where you will be able to find us. Therefore, Web Camp was our first described destination. That event is a local thing for us since our headquarters are in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Now, we are proud to say that after Web Camp we are heading towards DrupalCon Baltimore!
We must admit that in the past we were not so informative about where we will be and on which (Drupal) event we will go. We promise we'll do better from now on. This means that if you would like to talk to us in person, you'll know where to find us (you can also find us in our office of course). We'll start with a Web Camp we will attend next.