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We have a long history of partnering with First Nations clients on web and development projects and our work happens on the unceded traditional territory of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil Waututh First Nations. But when we paused to consider our role in Truth and Reconciliation, we suddenly didn’t feel equipped to address the findings of the Report or the Calls to Action. It was an uncomfortable realization.
Photo by Will Scullen, CC BY 2.0 At Affinity Bridge we start new projects with a Discovery phase. We can’t possibly know enough about you or your project based on the request for proposal or project brief you sent us, but we want to help you succeed at your goals. The first step to that is defining what those goals are, and how we can build something to help you reach them. But what does the Discovery phase entail? For us, it means working closely with you to refine your goals, site users, a design direction, administration workflows, content strategy, and an information architecture. Design...
I remember back at Drupalcon Portland 2013 asking Angie Byron (webchick), Why not ship the new Drupal 8 with a blank canvas theme, so front end developers could do their job without the needing to shop for a third party theme? She said that was a good argument and should be taken into consideration, and it looks like my requested was fulfilled. Thank you.