business

both sides now: what i learned when i jumped from the supplier side to the client side on the same project

In this Acquia Dev Center blog post Zoe Hedinger describes challenges she faced when she went client-side on a project she’d worked on for miggle as the suppliers. It’s a rare opportunity to read an interesting take on an agency–client relationship and how perception changes depending on which team you play for.

a summary of our approach to Drupal web development and coding standards

We believe Drupal sites work best for clients when we help provide a roadmap to self- sufficiency, as this is one of the key advantages to be exploited from use of open source technologies. Most of this section, in as far as it relates to project management, is about how we aim to deliver self-sufficiency by how we manage your project.

We also believe it’s key to have a good approach to business continuity planning (BCP), the bed rock of which is supplying solutions which are fully installable from source, backed up by clearly defined documentation and processes.

why we chose Drupal as our agency standard and what it’s done for us – part 2

Part two of a two part blog post, which supports a podcast Alick did with jam from Acquia. Alick tells the story of why miggle moved away from being a proprietary technology provider, how they chose open source Drupal instead, and how the agency and its clients have benefitted from this move.

why we chose Drupal as our agency standard and what it’s done for us – part 1

Part one of a two part blog post, which supports a podcast Alick did with jam from Acquia. Alick tells the story of why miggle moved away from being a proprietary technology provider, how they chose open source Drupal instead, and how the agency and its clients have benefitted from this move.

what can a UK Drupal agency learn from US counterparts?

In a couple of weeks I’m heading off to DrupalCon LA with a couple of colleagues of mine from the Drupal shop, miggle that I run in Brighton & Hove in the UK. This will be my fifth DrupalCon, but my first in North America, so I’m looking forward to getting a chance to attend some sessions from key thought leaders in the US who don’t always make it over to the European Cons. We’re also hoping that we’ll make nyccamp as well in July (and ideally present there).