Tag Archives: Drupal

What Kind of CMS’s Do Museums Use?

First – I know my mom and other folks who are not as tech savvy as others will probably read this – so I’ll answer their question first – what’s a CMS? Well, CMS stands for Content Management System – basically – it’s software to help people manage their content for their websites. I imagine […]

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Jewish Funds for Justice

In addition to developing a new Content Management System and porting all their old content to the new system, we were tasked with developing a completely new identity for JFSJ. After launch, we have provided ongoing support for their online campaigns using Convio and Drupal. One of their most famous campaigns to date helped get […]

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Elastic City

Elastic City intends to make its audience active participants in an ongoing poetic exchange with the places we live in and visit. Artists are commissioned by Elastic City to create their own walks. These walks tend to focus less on providing factual information and more on heightening our awareness, exploring our senses and making new […]

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Organizing 2.0: How to Plan for Your Website Redesign

“Failing to plan is planning to fail” – someone who planned Whether you’ve got an existing site, or need a new one, you need to plan either way. While a web designer or programmer can help you build a site, it’s up to you to figure out “What do I need?” Organizing 2.0: How to […]

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New Site Launch | Time Lapse Dance

With the help of many, many people and some great teamwork, we officially launched this site for Jody Sperling : Time Lapse Dance The original redesign was put together by Paris Marashi, while the site design and content management system was executed by Sam Marx Jody’s upcoming work, Ghosts, will feature a wearable costume assembled […]

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