We are extremely proud to have played a part in the delivery of the Civil Service Job Share Finder project, which won the most competitive Innovation award at the Top Employers for Working Families Special Awards 2016 last month.
This is now long overdue, but six months down the line I've finally written my very first blog for BrightLemon.com. As the 'new' Business Development Manager, I thought I'd start by sharing with you all why I wanted to work for BrightLemon in the first place, and provide a brief insight into the digital trends that have my attention in 2015.
Sometimes a client has the need to deliver content in different languages from their website to increase traffic and have more visibility across the web.
Drupal has two main modules to implement translation of content in order to make a site multilingual.
After a busy day yesterday on our stand, we came back this morning and got straight back into the swing of things. The first few minutes on Wednesday had us wondering what to expect, but all those thoughts of the unknown were pushed aside quickly by the intense (in a good way) and intriguing environment and people.
Day one of the British Educational Training and Technology Show (BETT) is complete and we have made some interesting connections already with the likes of the Open University, a large Welsh schools association and linked up with an old friend, Pete Langely at the Student Room.
Programmers and coders are solitary kinds of people. A developer plus a computer, throw an internet connection in: you get a nice new website.
Obviously these are very outdated views of website development. Whether it’s big or small, local or international, a web development project requires human communication and interaction to ensure it works well for and is understood by the people who will be using it. And it’s a creative process (yes, even the code!).