Projects Tagged: 'MySQL'

Modamob.com

A spin-off from the original Hollyscoop site, Modamob.com features article and galleries on fashion, design, and celebrity accoutrements. The site features similar capabilities but slight variations from its sister sites, Hollyscoop.com, EatStayDrink.com and Stereotude.com.

EatStayDrink.com

A spin-off from the original Hollyscoop site, EatStayDrink.com features article and galleries on the world's hottest hot spots, resorts, clubs, and celebrity destinations. The site features similar capabilities but slight variations from its sister sites, Hollyscoop.com, Modamob.com and Stereotude.com.

HollyScoop

Your online home for everything Hollywood, the team over at Hollyscoop contracted AIP to migrate their web-and-television empire over to the Drupal platform. The new site features a unique userpoints system, fivestar ratings for all content, integration with major social networks, a huge archive of online videos, a vast complex of photo galleries for celebrity snooping, and a mobile version for gossip-on-the-go.

Eastman Outdoors

The new home site of Eastman Outdoors (a division of Eastman Enterprises, Inc.) brings gourmet cooking to the outdoors with both classic and modern outdoor grills, woks, fryers, burners, cookware and other culinary essentials. The site was built in Drupal 6, using a variety of custom Views, Slideshows and other UI enhancements. Project managed by Matt Groulx of Eastman Enterprises.

Gorilla Treestands

The official website of Eastman's new product line: "Gorilla Treestands" is officially our best example of a highly advanced Drupal 6-based ecommerce site. Besides the typical arrangement of product nodes and the ubiquitous Ubercart, this site also features a live EDI system for two-way data transfer from the legacy sales system, and a cron-based data import system ensuring that searches for local retailers are always up-to-date.

ImNotObsessed! - redux

In 2010, ImNotObsessed.com became a first for us - the first site ever migrated by AIP from WordPress to Drupal, and then back to WordPress again.

After 3 years on the Drupal platform, owner/editor Vera Sweeney decided to scale back on advanced community-oriented functionality and move back to a more direct blogging approach. While the community features have been removed and some minor differences do exist, we took pains to retain her custom Drupal Theme when migrating it to the WordPress platform. The resulting site retained the exact same look as its predecessor.

Anopi Nation

The official website of the Anopi Nation - the Westchester, Los Angeles chapter of the YMCA Indian Guides - made the switch to a Drupal-based system in the Summer of 2010. The new site features a complex but user-friendly application of the Organic Groups and Notifications modules, allowing members of each Tribe to communicate with each other online, post blog entries, upload and their view home-made videos, and learn about upcoming Anopi events. Design by crispelements.

Open Magnet Charter School

In 2010, Open Magnet Charter School made the jump to Drupal in a big way, and AIP helped them do it. Along with a new visual design by crispelements, the site features an invisible-but-complex infrastructure of roles and editorial access controls allowing parents, teachers and school administrators to connect in useful and dynamic ways.

Feed Field (Drupal Module)

In early 2010 AIP implemented a custom solution for the Feed Field module, which was originally created by Promet Source. After patching several issues, adding new features and killing several bugs, we became co-maintainers of this important contrib module, which allows a Drupal site to dynamically import RSS or ATOM content into designated CCK fields.

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Legacy West

Legacy West is an exclusive, upscale sober residency located in Santa Monica, California. Their new website is the latest incarnation of our Axis CMS system, backing up a classic and soothing design by Brian Koester of crispelements. The site also features a nifty custom slideshow we built using using the jCarousel jQuery plugin by Jan Sorgalla.

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