“These articles encourage the adoption of Drupal for creating amazing and effective websites across all industries,” said Todd Tomlinson, Enterprise Drupal Architect, Unicon, Inc. “Drupal is so versatile, and this series is meant to depict the many ways Drupal can meet business challenges.”
Drupal is used in a variety of industries, and according to Drupal.org, “Drupal is used by some of the biggest sites on the web, like The Economist, Examiner.com and The White House.” This article series will show readers how simple it is to create websites using Drupal, providing step-by-step guidance and relevant examples along the way.
These articles are great resources for creating Drupal websites. However, if time constraint and lack of resources are at play, Unicon provides services and support for Drupal. Learn more about Unicon services for Drupal at: http://www.unicon.net/opensource/drupal.
Read the article series here.
Drupal is a free, community-built web application development platform. Drupal helps institutions and organizations organize, manage, and publish content on the web, as well as providing the framework for building enterprise-class web applications. Thousands of high-profile companies and organizations rely on Drupal as the foundation for their external and internal websites, and is the de facto standard for higher education, government agencies, non-profits, NGOs, and many of the Global 2000 companies. Learn more at drupal.org.
About Todd Tomlinson
Todd has worked for some of the world’s largest consulting and software companies. He has been architecting and developing Drupal based websites for the past 10 years, focused on higher education, public libraries, cities, non-profits, NGO’s and large public companies such as Scholastic and NBC. He is the author of two bestselling books on Drupal, Pro Drupal 7 Development and Beginning Drupal 7, and is currently authoring a book on Drupal 8.