Turning complexity into clarity.

Here are some examples of our recent projects and the cool stuff we packed into the functionality. Our sites connect users with their audience. Making connection is our goal. Click on the examples below to get more details about what we do and how we did it.

Community Social Planning Council

The Community Social Planning Council (CSPC) builds the impact of community organizations, private sector interests and government agencies to meet social needs.
Their research and development work has resulted in new investments in affordable housing. Their Youth Program Quality Initiative has engaged youth programs reaching 2000 youth in identifying gaps and improving program quality. They have brought together major employers to identify training gaps and areas for low-barrier job creation.

What makes it special?

We built the site to organize and present information to their audience. We carried out the redesign of the Community Social Planning Council, starting with an analysis of the existing site and replaced it with a stable installation of the Drupal Content Management System augmented by CiviCRM. We will also install and configure appropriate supporting application modules and theming elements to satisfy the needs of the CSPC in the spirit of the request-for-proposal.
We heightened the user experience, allow for greater interactivity by the public and admins; allow for sophisticated reporting; make adding content very straightforward; allow for easy administration and a smooth path for the later addition of new functionality beyond the scope of this project.

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Able to Lead - Press Archive

"Able to Lead" is a Digital Archive on Eugene Kingsley's political life at the intersection of class, disability and socialism in the Pacific Northwest of the United States and Canada.

What makes it special?

This was built with Drupal 7. It uses Views, panels, CSS and Javascript to create an interactive guide through the archives of news clippings.
The Views module allows administrators and site designers to create, manage, and display lists of content. Each list managed by the views module is known as a "view", and the output of a view is known as a "display". Displays are provided in either block or page form, and a single view may have multiple displays. Optional navigation aids, including a system path and menu item, can be set for each page-based display of a view. By default, views may be created that list content (a Node view type), content revisions (a Node revisions view type) or users (a User view type). A view may be restricted to members of specific user roles, and may be added, edited or deleted at the views administration page.

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