Drupal Case Study

By Audrius Vaitonis
Youth Music contracted BrightLemon to migrate their existing Drupal 6 (D6) site to a newer, more stable and reliable version of Drupal. We caught up with Audrius, one of our talented Drupal developers, to ask him a few questions about the project.
Chalk drawn hat
By Leon Tong
Brightlemon were proud to be chosen as the agency to build Teach First’s website. We recently caught up with one of the project team to discuss the site and why Drupal was such a great choice for Teach First.
Definition of learning
By Vincenzo Gambino
Vincenzo Gambino is a Drupal Association Certified Developer and Ping Pong Ace. He is also the principal architect of Pearson’s HN Global online learning platform. We dragged Vinny away from the ping pong table during one of his rare breaks to ask him some questions about the project.
By John Durance
Why was Drupal a good fit for this project? The goal of this project was to create a simple brochure site for BrightLemon using the new version 8 of Drupal. While Drupal’s flexibility makes it a good choice for creating very complex sites, it is also a good choice for making very simple sites, like a brochure site. This is because it is very quick to build content types in Drupal, add fields to those types, and build blocks of content. Also, it provides an easy to use interface for content creators out of the box.
By John Durance
John Durance is a Drupal developer and prolific blogger here at BrightLemon. John has been heavily involved in developing the Civil Service Job Share Website over the last few months so we thought we would catch up with him over a cup of tea and ask him some questions about the project.
By Long Tran
Long Tran is a Senior Developer here at BrightLemon. One of the many websites that Long has worked on is CIMA Connect, the community website for the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA). We asked Long a few questions about the project.