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On March 20, we released a major version update to our Stanford-branded, mobile-responsive, Drupal 7 theme, Stanford Framework (read more about the update here). This version includes several new theme options that greatly expand functionality and flexibility of the theme. In this post, I'll highlight ways you can use the new Stanford Framework to create beautiful, customized designs faster.
The Stanford Web Services team is growing! We are looking for talented and experienced new team members who can create amazing websites and products to help Stanford faculty, students, and staff advance the mission of one of the top research universities in the world.
We are adding two new positions to our team: a web producer/site builder and a web developer.
This last week I attended the Habit Summit, a day-long conference here at Stanford where industry leaders in software and app development get together to talk frankly about how to make engaging customer experiences and get people hooked on their tools and games.
Posted by Joe Knox on Monday, March 23, 2015 - 9:00am
Have you ever wanted to try something new on your site, but wished you could view and experiment with it before making the change(s) live? You can! All you need is a development site. In this post we'll talk about how to request a dev site and why you might want to have one.
We are excited to announce the upcoming March release of our updated mobile-responsive Drupal themes:
* Stanford-branded themes are available by request for official university group and department websites.