One size doesn’t fit all…in most things, actually when you think about it!
Drupal 8 was built in 2015 and will be end of life in November of this year. For those of you with websites built with Drupal 8, this may instantly throw up several questions: What on earth does this actually mean? What do I need to do? What does this mean for my website?
We all find ourselves sat in the same virtual world we’ve been living in since we locked down in March. The first few days were a scramble to carve out a work space at home, establish how to continue with immediate tasks, set up (and learn to use!) video conferencing and for many – getting home schooling up and running too.
We write this blog three months into lockdown. Like many others, we are working from home running our business from an office we’ve set up. It’s fully functioning and, over the past few weeks, we’ve adapted and honed our processes to ensure that we can continue to deliver our projects in this new world.
As the weeks of lockdown continue, now could be a great time to spend some focused time reflecting on your organisation’s website. It’s very difficult to prioritise a website in the noise of a normal day, so now could be a golden opportunity to use some quiet time to plan and make changes to ensure you are making the best use your site.
You’ve got your website planned. You are clear on your messages, colours, images – tick. You’ve chosen a font which represents your brand. You’ve got your content written, blogs are loaded. Social media posts planned to push people to your new site. Deep breath. Ready to go.