If it Ain’t Broke: How to tell if your website needs a full rebuild or a focused fix
It seems like it’s time for a change. Maybe your website is acting sluggish. It isn’t creating the conversions you hoped for. You may have even heard a bit of negative feedback from customers. And you’ve definitely heard about the benefits of Drupal 8 by now.
But do you know the scope of the change that’s needed to get things back on track? Do you need to start from scratch and rebuild your website? While a rebuild can be an exciting process, it does take a significant amount of time and money. Or can you evolve the investment in your existing website with a smart retune?
The good news? In many cases, all is not lost when it comes to your website. There are a number of cost-effective solutions available that can help you get your site back on track. It’s often just a matter of identifying the right ones.
In this session, we will focus on the process we use to find the most reasonable solutions to common website problems by assessing a website’s user experience and technical foundation.
Attendees will learn:
How to know when it’s time for a change
Why it’s important to take action
How to quickly assess a site’s user experience
How to spot issues with website technology
When a site can be saved by a few strategic fixes
And how to know when it’s truly time to rebuild
Anne's background is in business development, marketing, and technology. She is experienced in managing all facets of a business and has a technical understanding allowing her to interface with engineers. She has years of professional Drupal hands-on experience from basic websites to large Drupal applications with high-performance demands, multiple integrations, complicated migrations, and e-commerce including subscription and multi-tenancy. Anne's contribution to projects is managing everything on the client side. One of Anne's key strengths is her ability to understand client needs and translate them into functional web applications. She has been working in Drupal since 2007 and has held Director level positions at large Drupal agencies. Anne is an advocate for open source and co-organizes the Bay Area Drupal Camp.