Projects Tagged: 'MySQL'

Draconic Magazine

Draconic is a new online magazine dedicated to the roleplaying OSR (Old School Renaissance) and the fifth edition of Dungeons & Dragons, featuring articles by Venger Satanis and other regular contributors. The site also supports photogalleries, Youtube videos and MP3 audio uploads for podcasts. Publisher Korth'thalis wanted a site that was well organized, easy to administer, and looked bad-ass. With Drupal 7 and a custom theme, we delivered.

Structural Focus

In 2014 The portfolio site of the architectural engineering firm StructuralFocus was migrated to a Drupal 7 framework. The Drupal infrastructure allowed us to add a variety of new features, and improved the site's performance speed immensely.

Al-Jazirah.com

Possibly the most challenging theme job ever undertaken by AIP, the design for the new Al-Jazirah site was based on a RTL (right-to-left) Wordpress theme which needed to be converted to a Drupal theme while retaining all of its bells and whistles (sliding scrollbars, slideshows, etc).

QueenLatifah.com

When the Queen Latifah show needed an interface for browsing and annotating viewer submissions including both images and video, AIP was brought in by Digital Kitchen to provide it. The interface, hidden from public view, allows show producers to search and sort through hundreds of submissions arriving daily, and to share notes on which submissions might make good guests for the show.

La Grange

The official website of the La Grange bicycling club, based in Los Angeles, California. This state-of-the-art Drupal 7 site includes many advanced features such as racer profiles, facebook updates, event calendar, mailchimp newsletter integration, e-commerce integration, automated membership expiration and notification, team reports, race result reports and membership status reports, cycling forums, and customizable (and printable) racer resumes for each member. Design by crispelements.

Babette Schwartz

Freshly updated with the brand-spankin' new Axis CMS "Shipping & Billing" Module! (I know, these are exciting times we live in!)

Migrating her wacky-chic boutique from a Miva system to Axis CMS provided San Diego's queen of kitsch with much more design flexibility, and a simpler interface for content and inventory management.

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