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Tim Thurn

As a Duo Account Manager Tim’s job is to make sure the main stakeholder has something to bring back to the organization that they are proud of. To do this, he insists on making sure we deliver what the client needs in the budget and timeline they have allotted. This isn't always what the client wants initially. There is a reason to hire a consultant, to leverage their expertise and to consult. This allows for a more fruitful, goal-oriented and collaborative end result.

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Showcasing your Expertise with Drupal

One of the partners at Bessemer Venture Partners (BVP), focuses on venture capital investments in the cloud-computing and Internet sectors. He is consistently ranked as one of the top global investors across all industry sectors.

He currently helps BVP invest in companies like DocuSign — the world’s largest electronic signature platform — and Simply Measured — which developed a variety of social media reporting tools.

Topics: Services Design
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Why Law Firms Love Drupal

Historically, law firms have faced an interesting dilemma when it comes to their websites.

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Drupal for Law Firms Big and Small

Over the years, it’s been fascinating to watch as various industries discover the power of Drupal. It’s not that Drupal-designed websites only work for certain kinds of organizations and not for others. Far from it, in fact. Drupal’s flexibility and customization opportunities make it a great option for any industry.

At Duo, we’ve recently seen piqued interest in Drupal from law firms — both large and small. We’ve worked with law firms for more than 15 years, but it seems there is an increased awareness about Drupal and a desire to leverage all that Drupal 8 has to offer.
We’ve worked with firms with hundreds of lawyers and firms with as few as three lawyers.
Topics: Services Design
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Law sites should position firms as thought leaders

Law firm websites once all tended to have a certain look and feel --- they emphasized the expertise firms offer, which meant spotlighting their attorneys and their bona fides, such as cases won, awards, scholarly articles published and educational background.

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8 Tools to Make the Most of Your Intranet

The most successful Intranets and extranets should encourage knowledge sharing through intuitive design. Your platform should foster communities of sharing and connect members of your organization, facilitate conversation, and enable the exchange of ideas. Your organization's intranets and extranets should be more than just a collection of text and files, they should be collaboration platforms.

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Best Practices for Modern Website Navigation

Navigation is a crucial part of any website and its design should not be taken lightly.

It is the portal to important content and it can drastically increase (or decrease) site click-through. Effective site navigation depends on almost all of the design disciplines involved in web design including information architecture, user experience design, visual design and front-end development. This post will focus mostly on visual design with some notes on usability and implementation.

Topics: Marketing
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How Professional Services Can Use Personalization to Engage Website Visitors

Business are people working with people, not contacts in a database. So isn’t it time we treat our prospects as people instead of records in a CRM? When it comes to professional service industries some words come to mind. Words like: trust, fear, uncertainty and security. You want your clients to associate you with trust and security, not fear or uncertainty. One way to build this trust and feeling of security is to personalize their experience with you from the first time they visit your website. After all, people do much more research by themselves nowadays before ever reaching out to a business. So, how do we personalize this experience?

Topics: Marketing
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The Evolution of Law Firm Websites

Think back to ten or even just five years ago and you’ll find some major pieces of our lives have changed significantly. From the way we consume information to the cars we drive, things have evolved quite a bit. This includes law firms and their websites. The way we do business in general has transformed quite a bit over the past few years and we need to transform along with it. People are more informed than ever before and tend to do a lot more research on their own before ever reaching out to someone for information about a service. This includes legal services. So how have law firm websites evolved to meet the needs of the evolving clients? Let’s take a look.

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Why We Chose Drupal 8 for DuoLaw

Duo has worked closely with law firms for over 15 years. Through those years of experience, we’ve learned about some of the common problems law firms face and understand the needs common to the legal community.

Topics: Development
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