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Drupal 6 Is No Longer Supported. Now What?

It’s official: Drupal 6 is no longer being supported by the Drupal community as of February 25, 2016. This means that there will be no more core or module updates, including critical security updates, bug fixes and improvements to modules. What does this mean for Drupal 6 sites? It’s time… Read More

Building a Solid Brand on the Foundation of Content

Did you attend last week’s webinar on content and design? If not, no worries! I’m here for you. Even if you did attend, we’ve got some useful quick next steps if you are looking to update or refresh your brand.  You can view the slides here, listen to the webinar… Read More

Forum One Creative: Peace Corps

I am very excited about some new work underway by our Creative team in 2016. One of these is a project with the Peace Corps, creating a new website experience to convey the amazing work of its 7,000 current volunteers. These volunteers are presently working in more than 60… Read More

Digital Love Confessions

We all know Virginia is for Lovers, but did you know Alexandria is the nation’s most romantic city? With our HQ located in the city of love, and as we approach Valentine’s Day, we here at Forum One whole-heartedly embrace our community’s romantic ideals, helping foster new digital relationships every… Read More

Protecting Your Nonprofit from Cyber Attacks

Last week, Forum One hosted a panel discussion in Washington, DC focused on nonprofit data security. Data security is a critical issue for nonprofits. In 2015 alone, hackers gained access to more than one hundred million personal records stored by organizations from Anthem Health Insurance to the U.S. Office of Personnel Management. With cyber… Read More

Simplify Complex Site Development with Drupal Panels

There is a large ecosystem of Drupal modules that provide tools to assist in laying out items on a page. Drupal core provides blocks and entity field rendering while contrib adds a multitude of additional options including Display Suite, Entity Views Attach, Context, Panels, and many more. Anyone who has… Read More

Good Data Visualization Practice: Slopegraphs

Data visualization has emerged as an important new tool for communicators, and I am thus continuing my series of reviews of good practices in this area. The series stems from our work with the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), the U.S. Dept. of Education program that provides the most… Read More

Google Analytics: Search Data is BACK!

As you get your analytics planning up and running in 2016, consider putting search data in the front seat. Search engines are often the biggest driver of traffic to non-profit or issue-driven websites. If you care how people are finding you online, how you rank within specific issue areas, and… Read More

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