Margrit McIntosh presents on: Website goals and Google Tools.
UA Bootstrap with Frankie Reynoso
UA Bootstrap is the University of Arizona’s flavor of Twitter Bootstrap, a popular HTML, CSS, and JS framework for developing responsive, mobile first projects on the web. This presentation demonstrated the improvements that have been made to UA Bootstrap recently.
Frankie Reynoso is one of the Web Designers on the UA Digital team. He is also part of the Campus Web Services team. The UA Digital shared assets team is a cross functional team tasked with developing shared digital assets for the University.
"Drupal 6 - Drupal 7 Content Migration"
UA Web Branding, aka UA Digital:
The Digital Assets group continues developing shareable assets for implementing new branding guidelines. They are currently merging branches of individual development.
UA Web Branding aka UA Digital: External Relations has delivered annotated PSDs for College and Department level sites to the group. The Digital Assets working group has begun creating reusable assets based on the PSDs. The UX and Implementation working groups have created a survey to gather information on audiences and high-level use cases for all UA websites. The survey is currently being tested by members of the UA Digital group and will be distributed broadly across campus in January.
Leadership team officer elections are held twice a year (Dec. and Jun.). In December, Co-chair and Website Developer are up for election. Nominations are now open. You may nominate yourself or someone else (with their permission). See the charter (PDF) for duties of the officers. Current officers—Co-chair , Mark Harmon, and Web Developer, Jonathan Santos—have not indicated if they will run again.
Do you have a Drupal 6 site (or more than one) and are looking to upgrade it to Drupal 7?
- where do I start?
- should I use the upgrade path or start from scratch?
- if I'm starting from scratch, how do I migrate my content?
- what if one of my modules doesn't have a D7 version?
Come and find out!!
It's distinctly possible that some time in calendar year 2015, Drupal 6 will be officially deprecated. Get ready now and you won't be left with a "Windows XP" type situation.