It’s hard to know which type of image will best help you optimize your site’s performance. Front-End Developer Patrick Weston breaks down four different image types and assesses the function and benefits of each kind.
Account Manager Allison Manley is joined by our peer Jason Pamental, the Director of Design and Technical Strategy at Isovera in Massachusetts. They talked at DrupalCon New Orleans a couple of weeks back, where Jason shared his thoughts about typography on the web, and how he got into it in the first place.
How we're helping to solve common editorial problems in Drupal 8 with the Workbench suite of modules.
Ever feel as if all of the default things in the Drupal administrative user interface are less than welcoming for most content editors? Senior Front-End Developer Lauren Byrwa can show you – with a handful of simple exercises – effective ways to firm up your backend.
In this episode of On the Air With Palantir, host and Account Manager Allison Manley is joined by engineer Joe Purcell who shares a thorough yet entirely accessible definition of performance, and how it relates to your website.
Today’s advice comes from Steve Persch who is an Agency and Community Engineer at Pantheon and former Palantir team member. Steve shares his thoughts on using the Panels module in Drupal.
Today’s Secret Sauce comes from one of our talented web designers Ashley Cyborski, who is a champion of designing in the browser. Not only is the method a major part of the design process here at Palantir.net, a deeper understanding of code and how it relates to design can allow web designers to push the limits of what their designs can – and probably should – do.
This time we're joined by Palantir.net Engineer Kelsey Betham who tells us all about exporting features in drupal, including why and when you should, and how doing so could be a huge benefit should something go horribly wrong with your site.
It can be tough to even figure out where you need to start if you're a designer who has not designed in the browser before.
Designs that speak for themselves - an introduction to designing in the browser.