CiviCRM Updates

New CiviCRM User Interface

If you have been using CiviCRM for a while you are really going to enjoy the new user interface that brings to CiviCRM users a much more contemporary, flat design style and colorful experience.

This new user interface is available by installing the extension "Shoreditch". The development of this extension has been possible because of the funding from the Zing Foundation and the hard work of a CiviCRM Partner. This new interface is the most significant retheming of CiviCRM since it was launched 13 years ago.

Online Training: "Integrating CiviCRM with Drupal"

We are excited to announce our new training opportunity Online Training: "Integrating CiviCRM with Drupal". 

This two-hour online training session is designed for current users of CiviCRM and Drupal that have some experience with the administration of both platforms and would like to learn how CiviCRM and Drupal work together. The benefits of the integration allow you to display CiviCRM data and pages on your website, to collect data from a form on your website, to grant your Drupal users to edit data in CiviCRM database and much more.

CiviDay Denver 2016 was a great success

For the fourth year in a row, Denver has had a growing and thriving CiviDay co-organized by Cividesk and Teaming 4 Technology. We welcomed nearly 45 attendees for an all-day event in the beautiful venue at the Mile High United Way.

Both Cividesk and Upleaf presented sessions in the morning. Then after lunch we continued full speed ahead in the afternoon with 2 different training sessions for new users and intermediate users and a co-working session where Cividesk and Upleaf teamed up as experts in the field to answer any questions related to CiviCRM.

Sprint session in the Rocky Mountain

If it is ever possible to make a lot of progress working while being completely relaxed at the same time, this was it! CiviCON Denver was immediately followed by a Sprint session located in a stunning and serene environment in Rocky Mountain National Park. Participants worked hard on coding and documentation for CiviCRM, including efforts in translations. Their work was balanced with community building and outdoor adventures. What a fabulous way to support the progress of CiviCRM!