Drupal is a very powerful open source Content Management System. Open Source means it is free and that it also has a large community of support behind it. With so many people using Drupal, it has become a flexible solution that is as big or as small as your needs require. It also means that updates for the “core” of Drupal happen regularly and are maintained by many people. This helps assure that security vulnerabilities are actively patched.
The main goal of wire framing is to create a basic blueprint of an application. It helps do the following: make sure that the application meets the expectations of you and your users, focus on content first and design second, and identify potential usability problems.
No, we generally create high-fidelity graphic mockups for 5-8 of the main pages of the site. The rest of the pages will then inherit the styles. You can expect to receive a web style guide that outlines the global look and feel of your site.
It is the approach that suggests that design and development should respond to the user's behavior and environment based on screen size, platform and orientation. The practice consists of a mix of flexible grids and layouts, images and an intelligent use of CSS media queries. As the user switches from their laptop to iPad, the website should automatically switch to accommodate for resolution, image size and scripting abilities. In other words, the website should have the technology to automatically respond to the user’s preferences.
We highly recommend that our clients have a mobile strategy. However, it is not a feature we include by default. It takes time and expertise to make professional mobile UI's. This is a feature option that will be discussed with you in the project scope/contract phase.
Yes. For the most part adding and editing content to Drupal is easy and people learn how to administer the content on their site. Every training session is recorded with a screen capture, so you can review the training any time you’d like.
At newmedia we are organized into teams consisting of one or more project managers, designers, front-end developers, and back-end developers. While working on your project we systematically plan, develop, and deliver your project on a regular (fixed) schedule. This fixed schedule is called a “sprint”. These sprints usually last either one or two weeks. The aim is to work on smaller more manageable chunks of your project.
Yes, newmedia has the ability and expertise to work with clients regardless of their location. Our clients are not just in Denver, CO, but all over the USA; many are even overseas.
Yes, newmedia offers several web hosting packages for clients to consider. Please contact us if you are interested in obtaining additional information regarding these packages and pricing.
newmedia offers Service Agreement Plans for use by clients after the completion of their website. The client is offered a block of twenty-four (24) hours to be utilized for various site changes, maintenance and customer-service.
Upon the completion of the website development, newmedia conducts an extensive training session (the length of the session is determined by the Project Contract) with one of our knowledgeable developers. We also provide a video and training document from the session for use at any time by the client.
We are located at 1925 Blake Street, Suite 100 in Denver, Colorado. We are in the heart of LoDo and across from the Rockies' Stadium.
There is metered street parking all around our office as well as hourly parking in lots on several surrounding blocks.
newmedia is older than Google but younger than Amazon and has been creating websites and complex web-based software since way back in the dark ages of the internet: January of 1996. So, suffice to say, we've been around the block a few times.
newmedia's Acceptable Use Policy can be found at http://www.newmediadenver.com/AUP and Terms of Service can be found at http://www.newmediadenver.com/TOS.