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At Duo, we build connections.

Ryan Beach

The front-end and back-end of web applications are never developed in a vacuum. They are inextricably tied together and dependent on each other. As one of Duo’s front end developers Ryan is responsible for bridging the gap between the logic that makes a site tick and the design that presents content in a way that creates a fulfilling experience for the end-user.

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Decoupling Drupal

Several of my colleagues and I attended DrupalCon 2017 in Baltimore last month, and the event was inspiring. I left excited to return to Duo and try out new tools I learned about and help our business continue to move forward.  But DrupalCon also gave me time to think.

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Iterative Development, Atomic Design, and Drupal

At Duo, when we’re not pumping out grade-A technical solutions for our clients, we spend a fair amount of time ruminating about Drupal, our clients, and the way that we approach development.  We are always focused on how to form a more cohesive and efficient process between our back-end developers and front-end developers, or “themers.”

Topics: Development
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Master Your Drupal Markup with Panels Layouts

Panels is an awesome system for building page layouts, especially when combined with panelizer to create reusable layout and content patterns for nodes and entities.

Topics: Development
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5 Reasons You Need A Responsive Website

When speaking to technology and the technoculture that grows with it, there are two lines. The first is a line where, once a new technology has gained critical mass, society can no longer return to its previous technological state. In Shaping Things, Bruce Sterling refers to this line as the Line of No Return.

Topics: Marketing
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