Great Drupal 8 Websites Are Made Before the First Line of Code is Written

The world's greatest Agile process can't save a project that was a bad idea from the start. In this session, we will review the principles of Human-Centered Design, and how applying these principles well before you even install Drupal 8 core can dramatically improve project outcomes. The session includes several interactive components that allow the attendees to apply the principals of Human-Centered Design to a real-world problem.

Chris ODonnell
Digital Strategist at Promet Source
Chris launched his first website on New Year’s Eve 1995. It is still online (and even occasionally updated), making it one of the oldest personal websites on the Internet. He turned his HTML hobby into a job with a web design firm early in 1996, and after detours into hardware, web hosting, SAAS accounting software and content syndication he made his back to the web development community in 2013. After a year working with the open-source eZ-Publish CMS he joined a Drupal focused shop in 2014 as a Digital Strategist. Today, he is a Digital Strategist with Promet Source, working with current and potential clients to understand how Drupal can solve their most pressing business challenges. Chris is also a D8 certified Site Builder.

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