Commercial Progression was a proud sponsor of the 2015 DrupalCamp Michigan. With over 100 in attendance, 11 formal presentations, and 1 excellent after party... the survey results are in and the community agreed that this was the best DrupalCamp Michigan to date. In addition to our general sponsorship, the Commercial Progresssion team represented well with 3 presentations covering all Drupal skill levels. This year's media package also included a complete video capture of each session, which you can find on our youtube channel.
As responsive design becomes more important with each passing day; it becomes essential to find an efficient way to test your site on as many screen sizes as possible. In the past, responsive design testing meant running around the office and borrowing as many devices as you could. Loading up the site on each and testing individually.
Commercial Progression has a long history of supporting the Michigan Drupal development community. We believe it is important to have regular opportunities for our community to come together, share information, and encourage the open source Drupal project.
Nothing is worse than having your website black flagged or blocked by Google. Businesses of all sizes rely on Google search traffic to acquire new leads, offer products and services, and generate sales or donations.
Commercial Progression presents Hooked on Drupal, Episode 3: Ultimate Web Developer Rivalries. In this latest installment, lead developers Brad Czerniak and Chris Keller reveal the tensions of rival allegiances in their personal and professional lives. Who can defend a taste for Miracle Whip and a tasteless appreciation for Van Hagar? These important questions frame a discussion of CSS preprocessors and responsive design best practices.
The New Standard
At Commercial Progression we take a proactive stance in the evaluation and adoptions of new web design standards. Responsive web design has arrived. The conversation has shifted. We no longer question if a site should be designed responsively; responsive design is the new standard. Technically this translates to a host of best practices for Drupal theming, user experience, and information architecture.
Having a website that responds to each visitor’s device is an essential improvement for every existing and proposed customer facing website. Optimized visual formatting and intuitive navigation experiences on a variety of devices are now a prerequisite component of every new web project or upgrade. Your customers expect every website to be easy to use on all of their devices: desktop, laptop, mobile phone, and tablets.
Commercial Progression returns to the airwaves with Hooked on Drupal Episode 2, a new hope for humanity (without Jar Jar Binks). Hooked on Drupal is a biweekly show with a casual interview format. Hooked on Drupal is available for RSS syndication here at the Commercial Progression site. Additionally, each episode will be available to watch online via our YouTube channel, within the iTunes store, and on SoundCloud as a traditional audio podcast.
If you would like to participate as a guest or contributor, please email us at [email protected].
In this second episode of Hooked on Drupal, Shane Sevo launches the Commercial Progression space shuttle into the throes of Drupageddon. Lead developers Brad Czerniak and Chris Keller suit up and face this grave danger to humanity and Drupal sites worldwide.
Tara Kachaturoff hosts Michigan Entrepreneur, a Bloomfield Township produced interview show featuring the stories of local business startups and entrepreneurs. Alex Fisher, founder of Commercial Progression, was a featured interview in August of 2013. This candid interview walked through the story of Commercial Progression as told by its founder.
Commercial Progression is excited to announce Hooked on Drupal, a new audio / video podcast focused on news and events within the Drupal development community. Hooked on Drupal is a biweekly show with a casual interview format. Hooked on Drupal is available for RSS syndication here at the Commercial Progression site. Additionally, each episode will be available to watch online via our YouTube channel, within the iTunes store, and on SoundCloud as a traditional audio podcast.