Images seem simple: save, compress, and upload. Yet, I’m willing to bet you’ve asked yourself one of these following questions: What file type do I use? What file size (or k-weight) should I target? Is there a “correct” way to save an image for the web? What about retina screens, do I need to do something different? This session will explore all of these questions and more.
Why is working with clients so messy? I had a lot say on the matter with Client Wrangling and Project Management: Train Wrecks I and 2. And I do talk about reverse engineering in those presentations though only in passing so this gem is easily over-looked. Like a good fractal we're going to deep dive into the world of reverse engineering a Drupal site.
Does this sound familiar? Everything started out so great with this new client's project. The dev team is cooking along, and the client is thrilled with all the great work you're delivering. But as the project goes on, things start to go sideways, a little at a time. And every time you discuss payment (of their already overdue bill) with the client they list a litany of complaints you've never heard before.
You should be writing tests to inspire confidence that everything is working as expected. If something breaks, you want to be sure that you’ll catch it and quickly understand what went wrong.