We offer a quiet and elegant co-working space at 801 N Trade Street, in downtown Winston-Salem. There are only seven desks in the space (maximum capacity). In addition to a beautiful office space and conference room, enjoy easy downtown parking (no additional cost) and a fantastic downtown address. Call Kristie at 646-320-3845 to check availability of co-working spaces.
Restoration & Recovery is a stormwater management company serving the contiguious 48 states and Puerto Rico.
Kilpatrick Design developed a new logo and website for Restoration & Recovery, and we're pleased to announce the site launch.
Update Nov 2014: This space is not currently available. Check our downtown Winston-Salem office space listings for availability.
It's happening, and it's really not a surprise. In some ways it's kind of delightful. The commoditization of websites has outgrown its ugly phase (think godaddy, network solutions, and intuit... YUCK!), and now you can find really beautiful, elegant, and CHEAP website building tools. They're easier than setting up a Wordpress template, and the templates are getting prettier and more plentiful each day.
Join us for some tasty beverages, beautiful art, and fun conversation on Friday, September 5th from 6pm–9pm at Kilpatrick Design — 801 N Trade Street, Winston-Salem, NC 27101.
Meet the artist — Les III — and have a chance to purchase original works of art (come early!). Here's a sneak peek at three of the many, many pieces that will be on display.
There are many important elements to creating and maintaining a successful web presence, but there is one arguably more important than any other — customer focus. You can focus on the customer in a variety of ways, including thoughtful strategy, well-crafted content and use of best practices for design and development. The common business mentality is to communicate first what you offer to customers.
By default, Drupal 8 comes optimized for performance. If you've use the standard install profile, you might find that it's difficult to develop or debug changes to the way an entity is displayed. I spent an hour or so last night trying to figure out why my code in
hook_node_view as behaving strangely. Code would run once, and then not again, and if I made changes they wouldn't show up. Very strange!
Drupal 8 does away with
drupal_add_js (see the change record for more info). In its place, you'll need to use
#attached on render arrays. While this seems pretty straightforward when adding css stored in files, you might question how to attach inline CSS or JS. Here's an example:
I write this in the Austin airport as we wait for our flight home from DrupalCon 2014. It's been a great trip, we've learned tons and definitely got very excited about Drupal 8. We also managed to expose Wendy to an insane quantity of nerds, and I got my first core commit at the Friday sprints!!
There are a few articles online about how to write simpletest tests for Drupal, but most of them assume you're testing something very simple, and almost none of the examples deal with anything more complicated than a few textfields. So here are some very specific tips on non-obvious things you may want to test.