Two Training Options for DrupalCamp 2019!
Cornell DrupalCamp is excited to offer two training options this year:
- Intro to Git and Composer
- User Experience for Drupal Site Builders
Intro to Git and Composer
Presented Michael Anello of DrupalEasy
Thursday September 26, 2019, 8:30am - 4:30pm
Room: 423 in ILR Conference Room
Cost: $60 (light breakfast and lunch included)
Suited to: Developers or Site Builders who need to brush up on their Git or Composer skills, or if you're just starting to build with Drupal 8. Attendees should have basic command-line navigation skills, and have a laptop with Git and composer installed for this class.
This full-day workshop will introduce students to the basics of using Git and Composer in the context of a Drupal 8 site. This hands-on workshop will expose students to the Git and Composer commands that they will use most often while building and maintaining Drupal 8 sites. Students will be exposed to standard Git workflows and conflict resolution. The workshop will utilize the often-used Drupal Composer/Drupal Project Composer project template (https://github.com/drupal-composer/drupal-project/).
User Experience for Drupal Site Builders
Presented by Suzanne Kennedy Dergacheva from Evolving Web
Thursday September 26, 2019, 8:30am - noon (half day training)
Room: 225 ILR Conference Center
Cost: $30 (light breakfast included)
Suited to: Those responsible for planning and implementing the content strategy and information architecture for Drupal projects. Participants need a clean install of Drupal 8: install Acquia Dev Desktop in advance: https://evolvingweb.ca/install-drupal8 or set up a site on Pantheon.io
Drupal is a powerful tool for building rich digital experiences. Drupal projects often revolve around producing, displaying and organizing content effectively. This course will walk you through the process of creating an effective user experience and content strategy, and planning out how to implement that strategy in Drupal. Whether you're creating a brand new website, migrating to Drupal, or improving on an existing project, you'll learn techniques that will help you build a solid content strategy and a user experience that speaks to your audiences.
You'll come away from the course with knowledge of:
- Defining your audiences and their objectives
- Content inventories and audits
- Analyzing content from a Drupal perspective
- Translating client and business needs into an information architecture
- Strategies for using taxonomies and landing pages effectively
- Creating a great experience for content editors