We’re pleased to announce that pen.org has won an award for Outstanding Achievement in the IMA Advocacy category. Congrats to PEN and our partners in developing the site, Flyleaf Creative and Caga Idea.
Drupal is an amazingly robust Content Management System. It offers powerful tools for serving up large scale websites with complex content type, user permissions and role management needs.
We worked with Flyleaf Creative on the rebuild of the Jim Casey Youth Opportunities Initiative website. It was built in Drupal 6 with a number of very quirky back end decisions that made updates challenging. In addition to redoing the front end design of the site, we migrated the whole thing to Drupal 7, drastically(…)
For most of 2012, Tom worked with the PEN American Center, Flyleaf Creative and Caga Idea to develop the new pen.org website. PEN hired Sri Lankan developers Caga Idea to do the project, and our friends at Flyleaf brought Tom in to help guide the team through an agile development process as a senior tech and(…)
Orangutan Outreach’s mission is to protect orangutans in their native habitat while providing care for orphaned and displaced orangutans until they can be returned to their natural environment. They seek to raise and promote public awareness of orangutan conservation issues by collaborating with partner organizations around the world. This Drupal based site has helped Orangutan(…)
The CMA site is a feat of Drupal engineering: it integrates core, contributed and custom modules and a scratch built theme. There’s really no corner of this project that isn’t thoroughly customized: modal registration forms, refined and tweaked Übercart behaviors, import/export communication with DonorPerfect, numerous levels of user roles interacting with over a dozen content(…)
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(…)
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.
Nothing says trust like a design firm asking you to collaborate on and build their own website. Our longstanding relationship with Flyleaf Creative gave us the opportunity to create a really sexy Drupal setup for them to showcase their design work.