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Hi, we're ComputerMinds.

From our offices in Bristol and Coventry in the UK, we offer high quality, rapid Drupal development, extensive Drupal end user and Drupal developer training, and can share all our experience through our Drupal consultancy.

We do Drupal for big-name brands

We do Drupal for big-name brands

Development

ComputerMinds have been responsible for some of the most exciting Drupal projects of the last few years. We can help deliver your Drupal project on time and on budget.

Drupal for Design Agencies

At ComputerMinds we're used to working alongside design agencies so if a client has come your way and you're after some help realising your design in Drupal then let us implement your design as a high quality, fully client manageable Drupal site.

Consultancy

ComputerMinds have acted as Drupal consultants for clients large and small. Our Drupal architects and consultants just love to share this knowledge and experience.

Training

ComputerMinds offer high quality Drupal training courses in the UK, and we are happy to tailor bespoke training courses to suite your needs
“Seriously I know how difficult it is to do a big change like this and deliver on time in a totally seamless fashion. Because of the brand name change we had no flexibility as it was timed with press stuff, it was very important to us.

So I really appreciate your combined efforts in making it work out.

….And this why I continue to be your happy customer for so long”

Taig Karanjia

Rex London / dotcomgiftshop

Latest Work

We work with large and small clients across the public, private and third sectors.
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On this project the client wanted a rich eCommerce site with multilingual support. Modern and engaging designs were provided by Thinking Juice who we would work alongside as the project progressed. In addition to the actual build of the eCommerce site we also had to think about how we would integrate with the client's backend ERP system, System 21.

Speed of delivery was a key requirement with this project and we managed to complete the entire build in less than two months!
On this project we made extensive use of modern frontend technologies. The style was all nicely written using SASS to keep our style sheets nice and tidy. We worked with the design agency Thinking Juice who drew up the initial designs which we would then use to drive our frontend development.

Once we had all the page elements themed up to match the design it was then necessary to add a bit of jQuery magic to make the user experience much more engaging. This applied from major elements such as the drop down menus right the way through to navigation between elements on the same page using a scroll effect.

In order to give the client maximum control over how their content pages rendered we used a system of 'tiles' which are essentially distinct reusable elements that could be used to build up an entire page. As each of these elements has its own associated style to control how it looks and feels this approach meant that the client could just focus on adding in the content and the site would take care of how this got rendered to the end user to ensure things are nice and consistent across the site.

As an eCommerce site it was really important on this project that we gave maximum control to the end user to allow them to find products that they might want to purchase. A key part of this was to create a product comparison tool which would allow users to select a number of different Roberts products for a side by side comparison.

From the product search page users can filter down their search criteria using a number of different facets and when they're ready they can select a number of different products to compare. Once they have selected the products they want to compare the user is taken to a a page which renders the selected products side by side for easy comparison.

Recent articles

Rebranding ComputerMinds - Part 6: Migration

I volunteered to carry out the migration for the new ComputerMinds site as migration was one of the very few areas of Drupal that I hadn’t delved into thus far. With Drupal 8 becoming more and more popular, now was a great opportunity to learn the migration ropes. Luckily, Drupal 8’s migration has greatly improved since Drupal 7 so my life was made somewhat a little “easier”!

This article will be aimed at some of my finds and processes, rather than a “How to do a D8 migration”.

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Rebranding ComputerMinds - Part 5: Development

1st Jun 2018

Let's have a quick look through our development process on this project and pick out some of the more interesting bits. As briefly mentioned in the last article we are using a composer set up and all code is version controlled using git on github. All pretty standard stuff.

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GDPR compliance steps for Drupal Developers

30th May 2018

The new GDPR laws are here, hurrah!

Having a number of developers handling databases from a number of client sites could easily be a nightmare, but we at ComputerMinds spent quite some time thinking about how to get and keep everybody safe and squeaky clean on the personal data front.

Here's a quick run-down of the key things to be aware of - and a pretty poster to help you keep it all in mind :)

Remove personal data from your system

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