A great CMS UX is a virtuous circle. TYPO3 CMS’s user experience affects every aspect of site creation, management, not just content management. That’s why every UX improvement has a major impact. Here are 10 features getting UX improvements in TYPO3 v10.
Step by step to a modern UX design - SkillDisplay’s blog post includes best practices and information about layouts, screen designs and skills of the TYPO3 CMS Certified Integrator (TCCI) and TYPO3 CMS Certified Developer (TCCD) to help with the implementation.
Events and conferences are a great way to get together with like-minded people, gain knowledge and establish new business relationships. We compiled a list of TYPO3 events for Q1 2020 and beyond. Take out your calendars and make sure to mark these dates!
In April this year, our first German TYPO3 agency partner TRITUM won the Thuringian Open Source Prize for their outstanding work on the TYPO3 Form Framework. The prize was awarded for the first time and underlines TRITUM’s status as pioneers within the TYPO3 community.
The year 2018 has ended and the new year 2019 has begun. As every year, it is time for New Year’s resolutions for the SkillDisplay team, as well as learners, educators and business persons! Also, the top users of SkillDisplay are announced in this blog entry.
Developing a website builder that provides perfectly fine TYPO3 websites. Read about DFAU’s motivation to boost website quality. Serving companies. Kick-starting websites. Supporting the community. The mission is in its name. This is ‘toujou’.
Log in until 1st January 2019 on the SkillDisplay platform and become part of Closed Beta. By joining the phase, users will get access to the newest TCCE v9 LTS skills and can keep their user account. Furthermore the platform gets a new UX design.
As a part of the TYPO3 Conference 2018, the TYPO3 Award honored industry leaders within the TYPO3 community for their successful work. With 46 nominations across 15 categories, lots of businesses served as an example with their engagement and committed work.
At the recent TYPO3 Dev Days 2018 in Düsseldorf, Jeffrey A. "jam" McGuire (@horncologne) interviewed some community members about TYPO3. Here is an interview with Piccia Neri.