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Recently I had the chance to chat with Josh Clark, one of the biggest names in Mobile Web Design, and keynote speaker for The Atlanta Drupal Business Summit, on how companies can unlock mobile for online success.
In the interview, Josh answers questions about mobile strategy and design such as:
- What are the biggest hurdles companies face when “going mobile”?
- What new mobile standards and technologies will Drupal need to embrace to stay relevant?
- What are the next phases of responsive design?
You can listen to the interview here.
Josh Clark will keynote The Atlanta Drupal Business Summit taking place at the Cobb Galleria on Friday, October 26, with The Seven Deadly Myths of Mobile. This Business Summit brings together business leaders and technology strategists to discuss business solutions built with Drupal and sharing real-world examples, lessons learned and best practices.
“Drupal is the leading open source content management platform for business benefits, rapid technology advancement and long-term ROI,” says Jim Caruso, CEO of MediaFirst and an avid Drupal Association member.
Georgia boasts impressive recent adoptions of Drupal. The metro-Atlanta area is home to Turner Broadcasting Systems, Inc. which has been gradually migrating their roster of sports web properties onto Drupal, including NBA.com. At the public sector, the State of Georgia is wrapping-up a highly successful migration of Drupal from a proprietary platform—by the way, they are saving about 5 million dollars a year in doing so. At the higher-ed sector, Drupal has exploded in Georgia—Georgia Tech utilizes Drupal on over 40 departmental sites, the University of Georgia, Emory University, and Kennesaw State are all leveraging Drupal.
About the Author:
Adam Waid is the Director of Marketing at Mediacurrrent, an industry-leader in helping organizations architect custom Drupal websites. Adam is also a MATRIX Alumnus, where he worked closely with the Sales and Recruiting organizations to develop differentiation strategies, create content, and drive CRM and social media initiatives with a single goal in mind - build stronger, more meaningful relationships with our clients. Leveraging new technology, the latest social media trends, and a good mix of traditional marketing, Adam grows online communities.