Correctly known by its full name, the Jim Casey Youth Opportunities Initiative, Flyleaf inherited this Drupal site in 2011. We started by doing some usability improvements, and are now into phase 2 of a significant upgrade to the site. We’re pretty excited about getting into organizing their very deep library of resources. See the site(…)
We originally built the Tow Foundation website as a simple php site with a tiny admin interface for one content type. We’ve since migrated it to WordPress to let the good folks at the Foundation take advantage of the power of content management.
We worked with Jon Weiman Design on this jeweler’s site, incorporating the Isotope jquery plugin into a WordPress back end for a truly unique custom theme that organizes and sorts the ranges of jewelry on the site. Visit the site and have fun playing with the interface at pinklotusdesigns.com
This was the first job we did with Mike Spangler, using a customized WooThemes setup on WordPress. We like dogs. We especially like well behaved dogs. Visit the site at petsinmotion.net
This is the second job we’ve done with Mike Spangler. Mike decided to leverage the same theme we used for Pets in Motion, and it’s really apparent what a great designer he is when you compare the two – aside from structural similarities, they really couldn’t be more different. The site can be found at ddavidfinejewelry.com
Some friends of Hermes’s decided to set up a distillery. They needed a website. You know we jumped on that. We did a temporary site for them while they got their full content together for a real site. Yosuke designed it, and Hermes built it.
For the last couple of years, we’ve been developing and maintaining Rosanne Cash’s website, working with our good friends at Flyleaf Creative. Built on Expression Engine, we’ve incorporated her twitter, twitpics, moby pictures, Plixi and Tumblr as a social media hub called Tweet and Roses, along with all the other stuff you’d expect on a(…)
We’ve been working with Content Management Systems for a long time, first building custom systems, and more recently leveraging the growing power of two of the major open source CMS technologies, WordPress and Drupal. The one thing that I see repeatedly on the client side is a lack of foresight and understanding about what a(…)