With Super Bowl 46 coming to the city of Indianapolis, Indiana Tourism wanted to produce a site that would promote sandwiches available to our out of state visitors. The site features 46 sandwiches selected by Indianapolis Monthly and visitors were able to vote for their favorite sandwiches. This Web site using cutting edge techniques to make the site resize for the browser window, including serving a mobile-optimized version for sandwich-seekers on the go.
The 500 Festival is the celebration of the Indy 500 and they wanted their site to reflect that. The festival has a HUGE library of images and they've been put to work on this site, with nearly every page having a nice banner image that promotes the spirit of the events. Another requirement for the site was that it needed to be easy to update for their staff of volunteers. I used Drupal and set it up with a lot of automated features, such as image cropping, so that it would be easy as a breeze to edit.
This project combined a variety of Drupal and non-Drupal items. It was originally built in a custom CMS, which first had to be converted to Drupal. This is a multisite installation, includes a vast array of custom views and implements a Single Sign On (SSO) mechanism using SAML. Content contributors are located throughout the world.
Flyways.us is a collaborative effort of waterfowl managers across North America. The site features flight logs of pilot biologists as they fly the continent each spring and summer and map display of millions of migratory bird banding records dating back to 1914.
St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary in Crestwood, NY, is a school of theology and ministerial preparation in the Eastern Orthodox tradition. The seminary's Drupal 6 site is a dynamic site highlighting academic programs, special events, faculty research, and student prespecctives. By leveraging the Revisioning, Rules, and Taxonomy Access Control Lite modules, the site provides a robust approvals process where various content managers can add and edit content in their respective areas and submit their changes to the site editor for publication. To make dealing with images easy for site content managers and to ensure consistency in design, several complex ImageCache presets were set up (utilizing ImageCache Actions and ImageField Crop).
The Hathitrust Research Center enables computational access for nonprofit and educational users to published works in the public domain stored within <a href="http://www.hathitrust.org/">HathiTrust</a>, an extensive collaborative digital library of more than 8 million volumes and 2 billion pages of archived material maintained by major research institutions and libraries worldwide.
The HathiTrust Research Center website was designed by <a href="http://terkhorn.com">Felix Terkhorn</a> of Indiana University, and features some preliminary demonstrations including an <a href="http://hathitrust-research.org/article/author-and-title-search">autocompleting search over a small number of volumes in the collection</a>.
The Data to Insight Center website showcases projects and research undertaken by D2I lab. This site was originally designed by Allan Streib at Pervasive Tech (IU). Our section has had significant design and site building contributions from <a href="http://terkhorn.com">Felix Terkhorn</a>.
Fashion Wrap Up is a Drupal 6 project that allows multiple writers from all over the country create content for the online magazine. There are several levels of users (writers, editors, authenticated user, admins, etc...) with differing permissions. It also relies heavily on taxonomy for ordering the submitted articles. Views is extremely important, as well, for populating the blocks on the home page. Finally, the site is based on advertisements, and the ad server used is OpenX (http://www.openx.org), as I have yet to find a Drupal way to do this as easily or comprehensively.
This site was created to help promote the social aspect of the restaurant. They needed a place to upload photos of events, provide information on baquet rooms and party packages, publish daily specials, and showcase the food and drink menu. The design was inspired by the trademarked markee of the front entryway.
The National Stalking Awareness Month (NSAM) website is presented by the Stalking Resource Center of the National Center for Victims of Crime and the Office on Violence Against Women of the U.S. Department of Justice. The site offers resources to help participants plan NSAM events and outreach on stalking throughout the year. Some of the available resources include an interactive quiz on stalking, magnets, fact sheets, guides, event ideas, and media tools to raise awareness about stalking and publicize events.
Web Easy Media provided Drupal development as well as the Flash splash for this site that has been in use since 2008.