About In the Loft Studios

Aaron Klump, In the Loft Studios, Drupal solutions in Bellingham, WA

Welcome to the website for In the Loft Studios. My name is Aaron Klump. I've been developing websites for over 15 years and have spent over half of that time immersed in Drupal. I am a full stack developer, which means I am able to work in just about every aspect of web development including PHP, MySQL, Javascript, jQuery, HTML and CSS. If those words mean nothing to you, don't worry, you just need to know that I'm someone who can and will handle the technical details for you.

I imagine you're here because you've been referred to me or have seen my work on Drupal.org and are either looking for Drupal talent, or you're thinking about a website for your business. Maybe you have a website and you want it to be "mobile-friendly". No problem, I've helped many clients with these types of goals, and I'd love for the opportunity to help you too.

I have worked remotely from Bellingham, Washington with many clients over the years and I promise to earn your trust with my organization and follow-through.

I can work within reasonable budgets helping you to first prioritize all your goals and then deciding the best path to acheive the most important ones first. If you're interested my resume, it can be found here.

I look forward to the opportunity to discuss your project with you by phone or video conference at any time, please don't hesitate to contact me. Also, if you're in the area, I'd be happy to join you for a cup of coffee or tea, while we talk in person.

Latest Blog Post

How do you define a facet in Drupal? (As in faceted search)

There's two kinds of searches in Drupal.

The first is a keyword search, it's what you're used to with say, Google. Type a word or phrase and you see results that are related to that phrase.

The other search is called faceted search, which is what you might see if using the Best Buy website. You may select attributes about the thing you are searching for to refine your result set. For example, to say I'm looking for: an computer manufactured by Apple, with a screen size of 15", priced less than $3000, which is on sale--here your are doing a faceted search.

The facets in this case are: manufacturer, screen size, price, and sale-status

You can combine these searches to use keyword, and then further refine by facets.

Each facet has items, take the manufacturer for example, it's items are:


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