Drupal is a state-of-the-art, open source CMS platform for development of websites of any size. It's a framework designed to be completely flexible. Because of this flexibility, building and managing sites can be intuitive because things have a structure that enables them to fit together in a logical way. What sets it apart from other platforms is its enormous resource of modules and flexibility of design. Is it popular? You bet. If you're a developer perusing employment opportunities, you might see openings at Johns Hopkins University, Harvard University, University of Maryland, Accenture and the Boston Museum of Science.
If Looks Could Kill! This is how most Drupal developers think 24 by 7. Why? Well, because this is what they have been taught for years. As a general practice, developers put in all their hard work to devise appealing aesthetics for the front-end of a Drupal site. From graphics to navigation to color scheming, developers pay heed to every small detail. However, in the process they tend to overlook the interface which they are presenting to the site administrator. Not all your site admin are tech-savvy. Keeping this in mind, you need to devise a back-end that is easily manageable and aids the administrator in operating the site in a hassle-free manner. Here are some tips that will aid you in designing an improvised administration for you next Drupal development venture.