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Amazee Labs launches first customer website on Drupal 8

We just completed our third Drupal 8 project: SGG - Schweizer Gemeinnützige Gesellschaft. After relaunching our own website and helping out with Drupal.com (our first two Drupal 8 sites), we are excited to launch our first client website 100% on the upcoming major release of our favorite open source CMS.

After we had built the community site Intergeneration and the voting platform CHymne using Drupal 7, we now chose Drupal 8 for the relaunch of the corporate website of SGG. The compact feature of the site allowed us to apply the strengths of Drupal 8 as per today and so we created the association's new website relying entirely on Drupal 8 core functionality.

Building the new SGG website was a team effort; continue reading for the findings of each of us while we were creating the new site on the latest beta release of Drupal 8.

January 28, 2015
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Is Drupal8 the right version for you?

When new clients contact me, they invariably ask about Drupal 8. “Should we use it?” My answer, in most cases, is “No”. Not yet. An ironic answer, considering that our site is built on Drupal 8, our team offered sold-out Drupal 8 training at the last two DrupalCons, and we are currently building Drupal.com, in Drupal 8. 

November 27, 2014
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Six months later

It’s my turn write a post once again and I thought I’d take the opportunity to muse about the time since I took over here @amazeelabs back in May 2014.

November 18, 2014
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Urs Bucher
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Strategy Series - Part 4

So far in our strategy series we've talked about what a strategy is, how to identify goals and obstacles and how to create a construct. Now in the last part of the series we take a closer look at why a project goes off track and what can be done about it.

You’ve drawn on your experience, expertise and intuition to create a good project strategy. You’ve defined measurable goals and correctly anticipated obstacles. You’ve shared a construct, a guiding strategy document, with the team. Work began, the future looked bright. Now, despite the best-laid schemes of mice and men, the project has gone awry. How do you get it back on track?

October 28, 2014

Strategy Series - Part 2

In part one, we introduced the art of strategy. Strategy “blends intuition, wisdom, experience, logic, common sense, art and even poetry into a useable construct. The construct, an evolving project document, describes an ecosystem that will organically produce the stated, measurable goal.” Now, we’ll talk about the science of defining that goal and avoiding potential obstacles.

October 9, 2014
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