For the span of the last year, I have been working closely with Volacci.com, implementing some of their suggestions, and making their Drupal 7 web site more friendly and functional. Here are some changes that I implemented on Volacci.com web site.
1. Drupal Responsive Menu.
This change was the first of the series. Drupal did not have any decent responsive menus back then (since July 2013, we have a Responsive Menus project). The solution was akin to what I had previously built for Dwell.com, with some changes and adjustments. As the work progressed, the menu was integrated into the top panel for the narrow layouts.
2. Drupal User Panel.
Drupal user panel is but a small module, the incorporates the user menu in a drop down. A small but pleasant enhancement that plays a big role for a client, who has to have an instant access to some of his functionality. As the work progressed, it was decided to incorporate the user panel visually with the responsive menu for the narrower screens.