We built this microsite for the Jim Casey Youth Foundation’s annual convening with our partners at Flyleaf. It’s controlled with the same back end as their main site via Drupal’s multisite functionality, keeping administrative functions under the one roof.
We’ve done loads of work over the years with our good friends at Flyleaf Creative. They’re an exceptional design studio, and we’re honored to be trusted as the go-to shop for building their sites.
“Tom Keenoy and his colleagues at Medium Rare have augmented our team at Flyleaf by providing highly inventive online technical expertise for all of our web clients since 2001. Tom brings more than code to the table: he understands the design process and therefore provides a much broader set of skills to each project, allowing for true collaboration.”
Principal, Flyleaf Creative
We’ve worked on Grammy and Americana award winning recording artist Rosanne Cash’s site for several years now via our partners at Flyleaf Creative. This year, we managed a major transition from the old Expression Engine driven site to WordPress, along the way trying out (and abandoning) SquareSpace and switching hosting companies to make it a complete overhaul. We put the(…)
Following on the successful Kickstarter funding campaign, we built this site for Heavenly Sight.
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.
Yosuke did this quickie temporary landing page for Bow Bridge Communications. Designed by the good folks at Flyleaf Creative.
PEN wanted to do something unique for their Gala event at the Museum of Natural History. With a very active Twitter following, they wanted to explore the concept of a streaming Twitter feed following a hashtag, #pengala. Tom leveraged Remy Sharp’s twitterlib, HTML5 data attributes, CSS3 and jQuery animation and the Chrome browser to build(…)
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(…)