Mogdesign on Drupal

Get Ready for Intergalactic Travel with the Drupal Dev Days 2014 Szeged Crew

21
Feb
2014
 
Drupal Dev Days (DDD) 2014 are going to take place March 24-30, in the third largest city in Hungary, Szeged. After great DDD’s in the last few years organized in Munich, Brussels, Barcelona and Dublin, the Mogdesign team is happy that DDD 2014 going to be held in Szeged, only 300 kilometers away from Mogdesign. This university city has around 180,000 inhabitants, as well as hundreds of students, but in the very last week of March be prepared for the invasion of Drupal Lovers who will fill up the Szeged streets!
 
Drupal Developer Days 2014 offers plenty of opportunities to meet, work with and learn from Drupal developers from across the globe. And if you are a galaxy or astronomy lover, we have awesome news to tell you! The main theme of this year event is The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy. Sessions will be held in rooms re-named: The Galaxy, The Earth, Ursa Minor, Magrathea, Rupert and Café Lou. 
 

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22 awesome sports websites powered by Drupal

13
Feb
2014

22nd Winter Olympics 2014 in Sochi mobilized sports websites around the globe. Many of them are trying to broadcast the most actual information of the most interesting sports event of 2014 in the Russian SOCHI city. There’s no surprise to it as 22nd Winter Olympics 2014 are closely followed by millions of sports fans all around the world. Olympics continues till 23 February.

Inspired by 22nd Winter Olympic Games, Mogdesign team selected 22 beautiful Drupal sports websites (in our humble opinion) to celebrate the spirit of sport and Olympics. What do you think?

Rio 2016

 

NBC Olympics

 

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GEW Russia and Turkey successfully translated their national websites in less than five days

04
Feb
2014

translation framework
The national websites for Russia and Turkey are the first ones to be translated! It took less than the standard two weeks - only 5 days to fully implement and translate their sites! The cooperation between the local translator and our technical team was very easy and smooth. The implementation was also successful thanks to well-prepared documentation, translation instructions and optimized technical processes happening in the background and implemented by the Mogdesign team.

The National Website Translation Framework helps to:

  • Build awareness about the GEW website within a country,
  • Make GEW more attractive for organizations and sponsors,
  • Be more understandable for all GEW participants,
  • Be more connected with national partners.

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Our first Case study from a series about The Best We Do

21
Nov
2013

 

During last two years we did some interesting projects, but never had time to put the facts about them together. We always wanted to share our experience and information that is hopefully going to be interesting for you. Therefore we have decided to publish a series of case studies about the most interesting projects we have implemented.

First of the series describes the new multisite and replication platform for Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) created for Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.

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Announcing Drupalfund.us - Crowdfunding the future of Drupal development

19
Sep
2013

Drupalfund.us is a crowdfunding platform for Drupal-related projects.

The Problem

As Drupal-the-software and Drupal-the-community grow and mature, we are coming to a point where we must find sustainable ways to continue Drupal’s growth and success. We created Drupalfund because we, like you, love Drupal and being part of its amazing community. The saying, "Come for the software, stay for the community," gets to the heart of it. Drupal is all about people: The innovators, developers, visionaries, designers, and everyone else who devotes their time and resources to keep Drupal a top of the line content management platform.

Most Drupal development has always been backed by individuals and companies volunteering or donating their time and money to contribute to Drupal. The majority of this development (even core development) is done during developers’ free time, even cutting into time that could be spent on paid work for many. While this generosity is laudable, it still means many issues, fixes, and changes get pushed back and fixed only when a developer can find or “steal” some time.

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