Projects Tagged: 'Javascript'

MyDealbreakers.com

Ten25Enterprises wants to make online dating fun again. That's why they came up with the concept for MyDealbreakers.com: a unique online dating site that cuts to the chase, letting you look for potential partners by specifying what you aren't looking for. The site functions as a simple matching game, challenging you to match "Dealbreakers" with the person who made them.

The underlying game engine was developed by As If Productions, using a combination of Drupal 6 modules and custom PHP scripts.

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oceanUP

One of the most popular gossip blogs for the pre-teen set, oceanUP brings you all the latest news on Miley Cyrus, the Jonas Brothers, and other stars from hit shows on Disney, Nickelodeon and elsewhere. Beginning life as a Wordpress blog, then transitioning to Moveable Type, oceanUP recently decided to step up to an industrial-strength Drupal installation.

Five Stars Creative

Five Stars Creative is the video production company of award-winning photographer Matt McColl. When the company needed a dynamic CMS to give them complete control over their growing collection of high-quality FLV files, Axis CMS was the answer. The Axis database was modified to store video information, and some AJAX tricks were used to create the dynamic goodness of the "Screening Room" pages.

The new site was designed and produced by Paul Chamberlain of CerebralItch.

WedVert.com

In 2009 an upgrade and expansion was required for the flagship publication of Portovert LLC, creators of Portovert.com (praised as "The Number 1 Green Wedding Site" by Martha Stewart Weddings). This Drupal-based Green Wedding site now includes a tagged, searchable Shopping section and a popular Green Wedding Guide, in addition to the feature articles and photogalleries of its predecessor.

Asiance Magazine

A complex and evolving magazine with a dedicated community site, Asiance Magazine is a good example of a highly customized Drupal theme. In migrating the site from Drupal 4 to Drupal 5, we faced a number of challenges due to lack of support for discontinued modules. Many of the site's features required custom-coding to retain compatibility with legacy data structures. Design and Flash programming by Jondela Design.

Structural Focus

The portfolio/presence site of the architectural engineering firm StructuralFocus takes advantage of the Axis CMS system and pushes it to its limits. The site features a number of dynamic animated effects using AJAX and the Prototype library, as well as a "gallery" feature which is a modified version of Shadowbox. Design and Art by Ben Thompson of Studiofluid.

SR3 Solutions

SR3 Solutions is a specialty DVD Packaging company in North Hollywood, California. Their new website, designed by Paul Chamberlain of CerebralItch, is an interactive portfolio powered by our Axis CMS system.

VivaGreen.com

VivaGreen was a brainchild of Pivotal Ventures Inc. This highly dynamic site featured a variety of advanced Drupal features, including a complex taxonomical structure, ad-hoc user groups, tag clouds, and a customized tabular approach to the "CCK Address" module allowing vendors to be sorted by city, state/province, country, zip/postal code or name. The company was unfortunately unable to secure a new round of funding, and the site was taken offline in 2010.

Newbury Greens

Newbury Greens is an online artists community, personal artists gallery and exhibition hall for digital representations of physical artworks. Using a hybrid platform consisting of Drupal (for taxonomy and community features) and X-Cart (for e-commerce features), we were able to quickly put together a seamless user experience allowing art collectors to interact directly with each other, and with the artists whose work they are following.

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Content Realtime

"Multi-media digital content anywhere anytime." Currently in beta, ContentRealtime provides a single place for file-seekers to find and purchase downloable content in various media, across a broad range of categories. CRT also allows Content Creators to upload thir own original content and offer it for sale. (Proceeds are split 50/50, and there is an affiliate program in the works as well.)

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