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  • 4 years 8 months ago

  • 4 years 8 months ago

    The main purpose of websites is to build and present content. When it comes to creating compelling content, it can be a challenge for lots of Internet marketers to think outside the cage. Web designers like us specialize in creating the best Drupal sites because we view the empty screen as a canvas, and excel at creating customized design to meet customer needs.

  • 4 years 9 months ago

    Raise your hand if you are excited about DrupalCon?! This monkey is so excited. Some of us from Cheeky Monkey Media will be attending DrupalCon|Portland Monday through Friday! We’ll get to connect with some of you and really get to learn a lot about Drupal (more than we already know). We are going to spend the week boosting our Drupal skills and spend the rest of the year impressing our customers with what we’ve learned. We believe it’s important to further our skills, so we can do the best for our clients overtime.

    Here are some reasons we love DrupalCon

  • 4 years 9 months ago

    Mobile Phones are on the rise and not going anywhere anytime soon. It is predicted that by 2015 90% of the population in Australia will have a Smartphone. (Of course, 100% of the monkey world already has bananas). Because of this, businesses need to work to keep up with their mobile user’s needs. 

  • 4 years 9 months ago

    WordPress is turning 10 years old this month, prompting lots of speculation about what comes next for the Content Management System. Many people are speculating that WordPress and Drupal are moving even closer in performance, as WordPress develops from a purely blogging platform more towards a CMS, and as Drupal sites continue to insist on an easier to use system with less steep learning curve for non-developers.

  • 4 years 9 months ago

    Money isn’t always the difference between an effective website and a dud, any more than back hair is the difference between a monkey and a man. There are at least as many bad websites that cost a fortune as there are sad humans who have back hair. While one factor often leads to another, there are more variations to this standard than there are monkeys jumping on the bed.

  • 4 years 10 months ago

    Responsive websites are designed to present a similar user experience to mobile and desktop visitors, regardless of how the site is accessed (tablet, smartphone, iPod, etc.). Drupal features make responsive design a delicious breeze, and it can also be accomplished on WordPress sites with the right amount of monkeying around.

  • 4 years 10 months ago

    Many times web writers and designers get caught up in the typography of their designs that they forget about the reader’s reading experience. Yes, typography is important, but perhaps not as important as some people would think. The key is to keep the reader in mind when designing an article. Three aspects of the digital reading experience are the content, the content and the reader and each one needs attention.


  • 5 years 1 month ago

    It’s already 2013 and we thought it would be fun to list the top five things we loved seeing on the web in 2012.

    #1. 50 Design Blogs for 2012

    Web design is pretty cool because it is only going to keep getting better. We stumbled across this blog post and think it’s awesome for gaining some inspiration in 2013. What we love about this blog post is that there are 50 blogs to look at. Each blog is unique and offers a lot of excitement in the form of web design.

  • 5 years 2 months ago

    I have noticed a trend. Quite often when I am meeting with a potential client I get asked a lot of the same questions.
    "Is your company really called Cheeky Monkey Media?"
    "Geez, your kind of short" ok not really a question more an observation
    "Drupal? what the heck is a Drupal and why do I need it?"


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