Another blog made the transition from WordPress to Drupal with the completion of this migration job for The Rad Report. Custom features on this site included a dropdown archive search block and browsable thumbnail galleries.
Praised as "The Number 1 Green Wedding Site" by Martha Stewart Weddings, Portovert (roughly translated: "the green gateway") is the flagship publication of Portovert LLC, who also brought you the HauteIdea website for green homes.
A Drupal-based Community and News portal for the non-profit organization Cool Our Planet, the MUSE Campaign is based on the simple concept of sharing music to save the earth. MUSE Contributors include not only musicians but bloggers and visual artists as well.
Those crazy kids at Cerebral Itch just can't stop - they're at it again with new line of removable adhesive tchotchkes that are guaranteed to rattle a few cages, ruffle a few feathers, and provoke a global epidemic of suppressed snorts and guffaws. If it's worth remembering, stick it! Site design by Paul Chamberlain, powered by Axis CMS.
BeyondPairadice.com is the Portfolio Site for the Las Vegas based photography studio of Glenn Brogan. Way back in 2004, this site's launch represented the debut of the brand-spankin' new Axis CMS. Three years later, Glenn decided to go for a change of webhosts, along with a visual redesign and an upgrade to Axis version 2. The result is a dynamic and flexible portfolio site, easy to navigate and easy to update.
AIP and Wicked Code shared the rush job of turning this corporate presence site into a much more dynamic shopping site - before the previously-released press releases hit the presses. The new site includes a highly-modified version of the Axis CMS system, allowing the Augmentix staff to rearrange the general architecture of the site in addition to simply editing content pages.
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.