From PHP masters to expert technical project managers, we have a range of roles on our team to get your project done right. Below you’ll find more detail on the roles we have on staff.
If you’re not already using Drupal or Magento, consultants can help you make sure that they will meet your business needs— and if so, they can make your team comfortable with the platforms. Consultants can help with every aspect of planning a project, whether they write specs and timelines themselves or provide input to internal project leads.
Technical Project Managers
Technical PMs keep each project on track. We use development tools like Jira Studio, which integrates your project roadmap, current tasks, releases, burndowns, and the actual Subversion code repository, and allows code reviews. That translates to strong project coordination and transparency for our clients.
Site Builders manage all aspects of configuration of Drupal or Magento. They provide the glue between a web sites design, content, functionality and code, and work actively with the client and development teams.
Senior Web Developers
Our senior developers truly are senior developers. Each has over 10 years experience on the web, and years of Drupal development expertise. Most contribute modules to the Drupal community, and have worked on many advanced projects. They are PHP masters, have strong knowledge of LAMP systems, and are skilled with all front-end technologies. They thrive on learning new and interesting technology.
Senior Front-end Developers
Our front-end developers all have one thing in common – they are perfectionists. We partner with some of the very best design firms, and their expectations are high. Our front-end developers are masters in the latest HTML5/CSS3 technology, and they can build a Drupal or Magento theme in days.
On content-heavy projects, our content coordinators ensure that all content appears beautifully, in just the right format.
Technical Writers / Trainers
For each of our custom web systems, our technical writers provide detailed documentation at the right level for the audience to make them as usable and self-service as possible. Typically written for the editorial staff and day-to-day system users. They provide training in many formats from screensharing, to in-person group or personal training so no matter how large the team all users know how to run the system.
Developer / Web Operations
This is an internal role, providing all system administration to keep our developers productive, deployments stable, servers monitored, secure and hardened.