The New Target team will be presenting three informational, real-world experience driven sessions at Drupal CapitalCamp this summer. As a platinum sponsor this year, we are especially excited for our team to participate at multiple levels. If you are unfamiliar with CapitalCamp, it is the DrupalCamp for Washington, DC, bringing together developers, designers, open government advocates, IT managers and anyone that wants to find out more about Drupal.

Our three sessions include:

This discussion will both be a high-level review, which includes best practices for Drupal integrations and methods for effectively communicating with 3rd-parties, as well as a detailed ‘how-to’ for developers with an evaluation of Drupal modules used for the integration and lessons learned.

Out of the eight different UX testing methods you can use to test your website or application, Danielle will explore how to determine which method will return maximum results and fit into your project budget and schedule. She will also discuss how to report accurately your findings based on the audience and the tools used during testing.

The dynamic project team behind “JNet” will discuss how they successfully built an intranet using Drupal for an entire branch of the U.S. government. Included in this discussion will be how to work successfully with multiple program offices to consolidate and migrate multiple disparate web properties into a single unified system. There will be plenty of development discussion as well because they will talk about lessons learned on migration, integration, development and quality assurance. If you’re working on significant Drupal projects, this is the session for you.

Register for CapitalCamp today and join us to learn more about integration, usability, and enterprise level projects. 

With offices in Washington, D.C. and Los Angeles, Ca., New Target provides digital strategy, digital marketing, web design, web development, branding, website hosting, and creative services for prominent nonprofits, companies, and government.