Simplifying Your Admin Experience

Session Category Site-Building Room 179 Audience All Attendees Time Slot Sat 1:00pm to 1:45pm (2/18/23)

We often talk about UX as a focus on making a site intuitive and easy-to-use for anonymous visitors, or perhaps registered users who need manage their account, make a purchase, and so on. But what about the people who will use your site most? While an engaged visitor might return to your site 3-5 times a month, a site admin use the site that many times a week, or more!

This session will explore how UX principles apply to Drupal's back end, as well as recommend some modules and best practices to make your site easy and intuitive for your contributors.

About the Speaker

Martin Anderson-Clutz

Senior Solutions Engineer at Acquia

London, Ontario, Canada

Martin started his Drupal journey in 2005, with version 4.6. Since then, he has demonstrated his passion for the community in his frequent participation at Drupal user groups, local Drupalcamps, and Drupalcons, often as a speaker. He recently appeared on the Talking Drupal podcast as a guest and host and most recently as host of the "Module of the Week" segment, and has blogs published on OpenSource.com and a handful of other sites. In his current role as a Senior Solutions Engineer at Acquia, he is able to evangelize Drupal to a wide variety or organizations, from local nonprofits to multinational corporations. He also maintains a number of contrib modules, including Smart Date, Search Overrides, and a number of others.