The New York Observer, a prominent New York City newspaper, switched away from a proprietary CMS and relaunched its web site using Drupal. The site features a gorgeous theme which pays careful attention to typography and whitespace. Moshe Weitzman and I co-developed the site.
WheresSpot.com is the Internet social network community for Prisoners of Advertising and Broadcast Production. Using email and the Web, it connects an enormous gang of talented people to each other.
WheresSpot upgraded to Drupal from a much more static site. Some of my implementation tasks included:
Event Solutions is a trade magazine for professionals involved with all aspects of the event, meeting and incentive markets.
I worked closely with their in-house IT staff to build and deploy the site on a very tight schedule. Some of my tasks included:
The Accelerated Cure Project for Multiple Sclerosis is a national nonprofit dedicated to curing MS by determining its causes. MSNews is a free on-line resource provided by ACPMS for news and research updates and discussion relating to Multiple Sclerosis. It is like a daily newspaper of “what’s up in Multiple Sclerosis” with interactive letters to the editor attached to each story.
The Dachshund Rescue Web Page, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to finding homes for Dachshund dogs that, for whatever reason, do not have one or can no longer stay where they are. Visitors with a dog needing rescue can post Adoptable Dachshunds with details such as name, age, geographic location, medical history, and pictures.