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WordPress and Drupal Comparison
A WordPress vs Drupal Comparison

A question we get all the time is, what is the best Content Management System? Or, which is better Drupal or WordPress? While we all have our standard technology preferences, our jobs as technical...

Lessons learned from Seattle GiveCamp 2016

This past weekend I was a technical volunteer at Seattle GiveCamp,...

The Best Way to Work is Together
Why having a collaboration process is important to the success of your web projects.

It’s no secret. Website development is an evolutionary process and “the best way” to do things can change daily. One thing is for certain, however; the best way to work is together. I do not just...

Working within the 90-9-1 principle, in which only 10% of any online community might be contributing

"In most online communities, 90% of users are lurkers who never contribute, 9% of users contribute a little, and 1% of users account for almost all the action."

This is the...

Fully responsive Drupal 7 multi-site to reach wide, diverse audience

FareStart is a non-profit that provides culinary and life skills training for homeless and disadvantaged individuals in...

A successful collaboration must provide tools that allows users to work within the context of their habits and environment

Some people are leaders, some are followers, some are doers, some are simply listeners balancing between two and waiting for their “moment” or a combination of the above. As Malcolm Gladwell...

Working with distributed international teams requires a lot of cogs working synchronously

To build an online community, many organizations are looking at technology as a turnkey solution - this is rarely the case. Technology can be the glue - an enabler - for bottom-up collaboration...

Quechua Woman and Child
Extensive resource and support website in four languages built with Drupal 7

As a project created and funded by five international organizations, the International Knowledge Network of Women in Politics (iKNOW Politics) provides a shared knowledge network for women in...

Do we need a matchmaking facility in Seattle?

Last Seattle Tech4Good meetup, before the new year, we had a very productive session discussing the various matchmaking tools available for nonprofits and volunteers. Below is a listing. There...

SeaTech4Good provides free nonprofit tech seminars on multiple subjects

In 2012, Joel Meyers, Co-founder and Director of Business Development at Fuse IQ, joined the organizing efforts of Net2 Seattle, a project of TechSoup Global.  Net2 Seattle evolved into Seattle...