The left-click design team systematically develops effective and creative interfaces for displaying our clients' original content. Our experienced content developers have diverse technical backgrounds ranging across professional, commercial, creative, and academic ventures. We develop detailed sitemaps for our clients with all content and every interactive feature exposed, documented, and organized into a sensible hierarchy of information. With a comprehensive sitemap as a blueprint, our design team develops wireframe mockups focusing on placement, usability, accessibility, and content architecture. Once wireframes are perfected, graphic design mockups are created with a focus on adding visual appeal and branding.
The left-click development team is a group of leading Drupal experts. Drupal is the most powerful content management system (CMS) in use today and has been leveraged as a web platform for thousands of major public and private institutions. Drupal powers major websites like The Economist, Fast Company, the White House, and many more. Drupal is free, open-source software.
Drupal websites allow site administrators to update their own content and to selectively delegate access to protected areas of their site without requiring technical skills. Common features of Drupal sites built by left-click include the ability to create user profiles, blog posts, events, announcements, and photo galleries. With Drupal as a platform and intelligent content architecture as a framework, our clients can easily add and edit content on their site, automatically feeding their posts into sections, calendars, directories, and profiles.
Our agile development process adheres to established usability and web standards, and usability testing is conducted throughout the development process. We also use continuous integration techniques to automate quality control and minimize development and QA time.
Our clients love our attention to detail, our organized approach to large projects, and our flexibility. Projects are divided into multiple two-week code sprints during which significant features of a site are completed and presented. We follow projects through to completion, packaging beta deliveries for feedback and Quality Assurance (QA) testing, incorporating new requirements and addressing scope issues as they arise, and pushing sites live only when our clients are satisfied.