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.
Druplicons in Human Professions were promised a long time ago. At the very beginning of our »Druplicon marathon« to be precise. We postponed them, for some time, but after Humans and Superhumans, Fruits and Vegetables, Animals, Outdoor activities, National Identities and Emotions, it's their turn to shine. So, here are Drupal Logos in Human Professions.
The days of fixed-width websites are long behind us, and with fluid widths came fluid images. In many cases, we don’t want to display the same image size on a mobile and on a desktop, because we truly don't need a 2000px wide image on a 480px device. Or we want to display a completely different image at some breakpoint.
It's not over yet. There are still Druplicons that need to be presented. After already exploring the fields of Humans and Superhumans, Fruits and Vegetables, Animals, Outdoor activities and National Identities, it's now time to look in the field of emotions.
We are now very deep into our »Druplicon marathon«. After already presenting you Drupal Logos in Human and Superhuman forms, Drupal Logos as Fruits and Vegetables, Druplicons in the shapes of Animals and Drupal Logos taking part in the outdoor activities, it's now time to look at Drupal Logos representing the national identities.
After some time, our series of various Druplicons continue. We already presented you Drupal Logos in Human and Superhuman forms, Drupal Logos as Fruits and Vegetables and Druplicons in the shapes of Animals. Since winter is now gone for some time, more things can now be done outside. Therefore, we will look at Druplicons taking part in the outdoor activities.
We have to admit that it's really fun collecting and presenting you various types of Druplicons. You realize that imagination actually has no limits. After already exploring Humans and Superhumans and Fruits and Vegetables, it's time to present you Drupal Logos in the shapes of Animals.
Our journey with Druplicons has just started. Last time, we presented you Drupal Logos in Human and Superhuman Forms. Now, it's time to see, how Druplicon can be designed in the shapes of Fruits and Vegetables.
When starting a new Drupal project, you have to decide, how you will handle a block layout. If you can’t achieve the desired layout with Drupal core block layout, you will probably choose Context or Panels module for handling a layout. If you chose Context over Panels, this blog post will help you build more complex layouts with context.
Every brand needs a logo. When Dries Buytaert decided to release the software behind drop.org back in 2001, making Drupal an open source project, he needed a symbol too. So, Kristjan Jansen and Steven Wittens joined their powers and stylized a Druplicon, a drop with eyes, curved nose and a mischievous smile. Since then Druplicon has been an indispensable part of the Drupal Community.