Dustland Media Opens New Company HeadquartersJul 09, 2012
“Culver City is fast becoming the destination for new media/digital/tech businesses and our emerging creative hubs in Corporate Pointe and the Hayden Tract, combined with Dustland Media's decision to relocate to Culver City, are testaments to our desirability, said Andrew Weissman, Mayor, City of Culver City. “We are delighted to have Dustland Media in Culver City and look forward to Dustland Media becoming a vibrant part of the Culver City landscape for many years to come.”
Dustland Media Standardizes on AxureMay 01, 2012
Paul's 5-year old daughter, Sofia, wants a back yard play house with pink walls, a white roof and curtains in the windows. Not one to disappoint, Paul hops in his truck and heads to the hardware store. At first, Sofia's request seemed pretty clear but now that Paul and his empty cart are in the lumber aisle, the request does not seem clear at all. How big should this play house be? How much space is in my back yard? Should I use wood or aluminum? Hip or gable roof? What if it rains? How many windows? Raised or slab foundation?
Effective RFP WritingMay 01, 2012
By Minh Le, VP of Client Services
There’s no doubt that an investment in new Content Management System (CMS) is a major decision. But you’ve done your due diligence and recognize the benefit of empowering content authors to make updates themselves without the need of IT or Web Services. For many organizations, this is also the perfect time to examine your visual design and the overall user experience. Now it’s time to go out and find the right technology solution for your firm.
Drupal 7: Synchronizing Settings and Content across Environments – Part 1Nov 01, 2011
By Marc Gowland, VP of Technology
When developing medium or big size web applications, teamwork is usually distributed across different environments. For instance, developers work on a DEV environment, while some other specialized team checks for bugs or broken features on a QA environment (which ideally is other than the DEV environment which tends to be unstable due to continuous code changes). Changes usually go to STAGING environment to check that everything is in a good state and none of the features already implemented are broken before pushing everything to a PRODUCTION environment for the application to be seen by the public. Moreover, each developer should have a working copy of the whole application on his/her local machine.