An online automated process for filing fictitious business names (otherwise known as DBAs), this site was retrofitted with an Axis-CMS infrastructure in order to allow for future expansibility. Design and graphics by Laird Maresch.
Cerebral Itch eCards is the latest hilarious viral assault by the mad scientists at CI headquarters, featuring card designs by Paul Chamberlain (whose head bandages are probably wrapped a little too tight). The site is also the first public implementation of the new eCards Module for the Axis CMS suite, which makes the site fast, user-friendly and easy to manage. Send one to someone you think snide things about. It'll make you feel good.
This custom Drupal site is the first in a series of template releases for different geographical regions. By using a multi-tiered search mechanism, users are able to search for available escorts in their area or destination, and filter those results by keywords of their choosing. The WebSite's unique layout and design was created by Photography100.com, and modified by AIP into a custom Drupal theme.
Another wacky round of side-splittingly-honest products from the sardonicists at Cerebral Itch, this site features a variety of witty T-shirts topped with heaping mounds of 'tude. Code-wise, it's a variation on the original Axis CMS system that powers the main Cerebral Itch site - now enhanced with our new Gender Discretion Module.* Stop in and smell the Sarcasm! Site design and T-shirt designs by Paul Chamberlain.
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