As 2012 comes to a close we’re celebrating another outstanding year for Visceral and all of our clients and friends.
As we say at Visceral, we look for work that makes the world a better place tomorrow than it is today – and this past year, we’ve made great strides in realizing this vision.
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The WordPress administrative interface is pretty awesome right out-of-the-box, offering an AJAX-enabled, icon-based solution that is intuitive for new users and familiar for experienced ones. The baseline install is a great start, but there is always room for improving and simplifying the interface based on project requirements. Using a combination of plugins and some functions.php code, we can make site administration even more comfortable for our clients. Below are simple 5 ways to give users a better WordPress admin interface: Read Full Post
I see a lot of designs lately that use stylized silhouette icons for social media or some kind of site iconography. Before I get started, take a look at this demo page to get an idea of the end goal. Read Full Post
Drupal has gained a lot of steam over the past few years, and with the recent release of version 7, it continues to climb the ranks of most-used Content Management Systems on the web. Drupal is powerful, secure, and customizable, but it’s also got a relatively steep learning curve. Fortunately, Drupal has a very impressive community of developers, and if you’re anything like me, you visit the Drupal.org forums constantly during development. I have been through several lackluster technical books on Drupal development over the years, but always found the online community to be the best source of information. It’s safe to say that the best documentation for Drupal has always existed online, but now there is finally an offline resource for serious developers.
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Welcome to the Visceral blog.
Over the course of the coming months we’ll be using this space to share our collective thoughts on Strategy, Design, Content and Development. We’ll talk about common problems we’ve found (and have hopefully overcome) in the web biz, as well as those looming challenges and opportunities on the horizon that deserve your attention. Read Full Post