Museum of London Case Study, DrupalCon Los Angeles and Keeping Business Clients


The Future of Digital Experiences Spotlighted at DrupalCon Los Angeles

This week is DrupalCon Los Angeles, where Drupal users across the spectrum will gather to learn and get excited for the release of Drupal 8.  Acquia, a SaaS company, recently announced that the creator of Drupal, Dries Buytaert, will be giving the keynote speech for DrupalCon May 12. Many different sessions about a variety of subjects will be available to attendees, as well as different certifications for Drupal developers. Look for some blogs from the Elevated Third team members who are attending DrupalCon over the next month. 


Drupal Case Study: Museum of London

In this Drupal case study, the Museum of London and 19 other London museums banded together to create a website that aimed to raise awareness of the vast culture and collections throughout the English city. While the museums hoped to mirror the design of the previous site, they were also looking for a CMS where they could migrate from their current site with ease. The change to Drupal also improved the museums’ editorial workflow. 


How Can Small Businesses Get, and Keep, Clients?

For many small businesses, their main concern is finding new clients or customers. According to this eMarketer study, that number is as high as 66 percent of US small business owners. Other concerns included having enough time, retaining new customers and paying bills. These findings coincide with other studies by eMarketer that found that 57 percent of small business owners find that the primary driver of repeat business is customer and/or client relationships.