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Adding Socrata to Your Drupal Game Plan

If you’re reading our blog, you’re probably already aware that some of the most important and sophisticated websites are built with Drupal. See,, You’re probably also familiar with Socrata, the open data provider for federal, state, and local governments. The Socrata platform provides access, cost-savings, and data-driven… Read More

Should I Longform? Flowchart

Our theme for the trip? Longform content! While we’re very excited about how nonprofits and other brands are leveraging highly designed, long, narrative content, we’ve been around the block a few times. We know this stuff can go crooked quickly when considerations are rushed over. Longform Content: A Cautionary Tale… Read More

The First Step in a Journey to Elected Leadership

More women in elected office means a better government and a better world. She Should Run started with a very simple premise: a way for people to nominate an amazing woman to run for office, with the knowledge that women often don’t think about running for office… Read More

DrupalCon Asia 2016: Mumbai Welcomes Drupal with Open Arms

The first-ever DrupalCon Asia — an amazing event for the world’s largest open source community — took place last month, and we had the incredible honor of being there! The Indian Institute of Technology in Mumbai, India hosted the event on its vast and lush campus. Over 1000 people from… Read More

Luck-Changing Web Dev Limericks

There once was an org. that suspected With it’s stuff people were not connected. A usability test Found problems not guessed. To great promise this org. is directed. If you find yourself vexed by your Drupal, Don’t flee; sail away on your sloop(le). Read More

7 Lucky Things to Love About the 7th County Health Rankings

This week, we were proud to once again help launch County Health Rankings, a project we have been fortunate to support over seven annual releases. A collaboration between the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute, the Rankings compare counties within each… Read More

Farm to School: Using Data to Create Healthy Habits

What do kids near you eat for lunch in school? Is it from the Farmers Market? Grown by the kids themselves? If it’s just the usual pizza and french fries, the USDA Food and Nutrition Services Farm to School Program is trying to change that, and Forum One is excited… Read More

Global Impact Launches the Growfund Platform

Congratulations to Global Impact, who launches their Growfund platform today! Growfund is a donor-advised fund that allows you to make charitable contributions that are immediately tax deductible, invest funds that can grow free of taxes, and contribute to your favorite organizations and causes over time. “Invest, Grow,… Read More

My Top 10 Most Shared UX Articles

There are ten articles that I’m consistently sharing with clients and colleagues. This list goes out to you, Brian! How Many Testers in a Usability Study? Short answer: Use 5 participants for a usability study, at least 15 for card sorting, and 39 for… Read More

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