Session Archive

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Enabling the Change-Makers: Redesigning Princeton's School of Public and International Affairs Website

Conference Year:
2020
Presenter(s): pixelite, jcloys

In this session, we’ll give you an in-depth case study that guides you through the UX, visual design, and development process we followed to create a new digital home for Princeton University’s School of Public and International Affairs.

Session Track: Site Building and Using Drupal
Technical Level: Beginner

How to give feedback while keeping your head

Conference Year:
2019
Presenter(s): Danielle_Sheffler

Have you ever wanted to give feedback to a coworker or manager and were afraid of what their reaction would be? Have you ever had a project that was going off the rails and you were worried about how the client would react?

Session Track: Project and Team Management
Technical Level: Intermediate

10 Steps Not To Forget After Installing Drupal 8

Conference Year:
2017
Presenter(s): schiavone

Session Recording: https://youtu.be/l-SDHct7PFs

Session Track: Site Building
Technical Level: Beginner

100% Remote: Tips for Managing a Fully-Distributed Workforce

Conference Year:
2020
Presenter(s): monicadear

Monica will share practical knowledge on how to manage remote teams based on the experience of the 100% distributed team at Lullabot. COVID-19 has dramatically changed how most companies work and teams collaborate.

Session Track: Project and Team Management
Technical Level: Intermediate

4 Essential Checklists to Manage Drupal Projects

Conference Year:
2018
Presenter(s): schiavone

There are two types of mistakes, errors of ignorance (mistakes we make because we don’t know enough), and errors of ineptitude (mistakes we make because we don’t use of what we know).

Session Track: Project and Team Management
Technical Level: Intermediate

8 Tech Questions to Ask Before You Even Think About a New Website

Conference Year:
2020
Presenter(s): stidmore-mc

It’s happened to you: You’re putting together requirements for a new website, but when it comes to your existing technology, you don’t know what you don’t know. Do your third-party software platforms integrate with each other?

Session Track: Site Building and Using Drupal
Technical Level: Beginner

A Better Idea: User-First for Federal Agencies

Conference Year:
2019
Presenter(s): claymarshall, jabaliwilliams, marcrambeau

In this session, members of the U.Group Experience team will present our approach to tackling the digital strategy for Federal Agency clients looking to modernize and consolidate multiple legacy websites to Drupal 8.

Session Track: Content Strategy
Technical Level: Intermediate

A Drupal SaaS Solution for Connecting Citizens with Services

Conference Year:
2017
Presenter(s): Tom_GWW

Session Recording: https://youtu.be/QGB3kkmdfSo

Session Track: Business (Gov, Non-Profit, Commercial)
Technical Level: Beginner

A Few of My Favorite Things

Conference Year:
2019
Presenter(s): dangur

A naked Drupal Core installation is inconceivable. It’s the contributed extensions that make Drupal magnificent. But how do we decide which of the 23,706 projects to use?

Session Track: Site Building and Using Drupal
Technical Level: Beginner

A forest of designs without subthemes: Implementing Georgia.gov's front-end in Drupal 8

Conference Year:
2019
Presenter(s): mdrummond
Session Track: Design, UX, and Accessibility
Technical Level: Intermediate

Access for All: A Section 508 2.0 Overview for Designers and Developers

Conference Year:
2018
Presenter(s): dcmouyard

Section 508 law has changed! Federal agencies must comply by the updated accessibility standards as of January 2018.

Session Track: Design, UX, and Accessibility
Technical Level: Beginner

Accessibility and Design: How to Create the Best Online Experience

Conference Year:
2019
Presenter(s): klocraft, courtneyclark

You may have heard of the benefits of accessibility or know you need to prioritize it in your work. But you’re a little confused on what that means, where to start, and what steps you need to take.

Session Track: Design, UX, and Accessibility
Technical Level: Beginner

Accessibility, New Technology & the Aging Baby Boomers

Conference Year:
2017
Presenter(s): cmcnally

Session Recording: https://youtu.be/tLPyI7r53VA

Session Track: Design/UX/Content
Technical Level: Beginner

Accessible Design: empathy in a world with no average.

Conference Year:
2019
Presenter(s): cmcnally

Navigating a new perspective (literally!)

Session Track: Design, UX, and Accessibility
Technical Level: Beginner

Accessible websites can’t be achieved by just one person. Learn how to get your whole team involved.

Conference Year:
2017
Presenter(s): MBlackham

Session Recording: https://youtu.be/dGpEhFjj8WU

Session Track: Project and Team Management
Technical Level: Beginner

Advanced Configuration Management in Drupal 8

Conference Year:
2017
Presenter(s): mpotter

Session Recording: https://youtu.be/w0bhrmkaEVs

Session Track: Back End
Technical Level: Intermediate

Agile Design

Conference Year:
2017
Presenter(s): ksalbrecht

For teams familiar with traditional project phases, a common question when considering using an agile methodology is: Where does the creative team and its phases fit into an agile process?

Session Track: Design/UX/Content
Technical Level: Beginner

All good things must come to an end: Archiving your Drupal site to Amazon S3

Conference Year:
2017
Presenter(s): bendygirl, dwatts

Session Recording: https://youtu.be/9MxprnLb3iw

In this advanced session we will take you through the steps taken to archive a Drupal site onto S3.

Session Track: DevOps
Technical Level: Advanced

Anatomy of a Page Request

Conference Year:
2017
Presenter(s): charles.novick

Session Recording: https://youtu.be/Vet-ZJNHseA

Anatomy of a Page Request

Session Track: Site Building
Technical Level: Beginner

Architecting Effective Data Dashboards

Conference Year:
2020
Presenter(s): karolus

Dashboards and data displays—features often presented with the “wow factor” in mind—can be deficient in providing end users with critical information.

Session Track: Design, UX, and Accessibility
Technical Level: Intermediate

Are We _Really_ Transforming Government? Aligning Values and Measuring Impact

Conference Year:
2019
Presenter(s): AaronPava, ardenklemmer, dlevenso, delali

Mission-minded government digital service companies always intend to deliver measurable value with the public sector partners we serve.

Session Track: Business + Community
Technical Level: Intermediate

Assumptions Need Validation: Making User Testing Work For You In Government Projects

Conference Year:
2017
Presenter(s): carlislesargent, Matt Burge

Session Recording: https://youtu.be/wEZOqbHI-xc

Session Track: Design/UX/Content
Technical Level: Beginner

ATF.gov en español: Lessons and successes in site translation

Conference Year:
2019
Presenter(s): mayela, nphilippeaux

Two years ago we started our Spanish translation project for ATF.gov. One year later, burnt out with no clear path to the finish line, we had to get creative and change our approach. Now we’ve launched 400 web pages of ATF.gov en español, and…

Session Track: Project and Team Management
Technical Level: Beginner

Audience Acquisition and Analytics Survival Guide

Conference Year:
2018
Presenter(s): TheAmy

If you've ever logged into Google Analytics and wondered just exactly you were looking at and what to do with it, this session is for you.

Session Track: Business + Community
Technical Level: Advanced

Authentic digital inclusion is easier than you think

Conference Year:
2020
Presenter(s): Andrew_Mallis, crispinbailey, Consulting@AFB.org, wreuschel

Do you feel distracted by a suite of automated tools, pages of report data, and feedback on work that was designed and developed weeks and weeks ago?

Session Track: Design, UX, and Accessibility
Technical Level: Intermediate