Design 4 Drupal Conference Features Bounteous Thought Leaders
In an effort to showcase the digital experience possibilities that can result when you successfully bridge the gap between development and design, four presenters from Bounteous are participating in Design 4 Drupal in Boston.
The Design 4 Drupal conference is devoted to design, UX, and front-end development for Drupal websites, as well as the business and process challenges facing Drupal teams. Hosted in the Stata Center at MIT, the conference brings the best of design and Drupal thinking together.
“At Bounteous we believe that strong collaboration between design and engineering is essential to creating great customer experiences,” says Seth Dobbs, VP of Engineering at Bounteous. “We love conferences like Design 4 Drupal that bring those two skill sets together in a single place and create exciting opportunities for exchanging expertise.”
Bounteous presenters and topics are:
- Amanda Ruzin, Bounteous VP of Experience Design, along with Seth Dobbs - Effective Cross-Functional Communication
- Andrew Olson, Bounteous Senior Interactive Developer - How SVGs Power Wilson Sporting Goods Product Configurator
- Brian Perry, Bounteous Senior Interactive Developer - Back to Basics Drupal 8 Theming and Storybook: An Interactive Pattern Library for Your Decoupled Applications
This year is the 10th anniversary of Design 4 Drupal and features Dries Buytaert, founder of Drupal, as the keynote speaker. With sessions on UI/Visual Design, UX and Project Strategy, Theming, Site Building, and various Panel Discussions, Design 4 Drupal celebrates a decade of solid focus on Drupal design and front-end development.
Customer desires for engaging, intuitive experiences has driven us to develop deep talent within its Experience Design practice and a broad service offering spanning experience strategy, research, interaction, and visual design.
“Empowering a multi-faceted, design-thinking team is essential to how we do our business,” says Ruzin. “Our Experience Design team partners closely with engineering to bring truly transformative results for our Drupal clients.”
To keep up with more of the teams’ insights and conference takeaways, follow them on Twitter at @sethdtech, @amandaruzin, @andrewozone, and @bricomedy, or check out the greater Design 4 Drupal conversation @D4DBoston.