CommonPlaces needed a new, up to date website that was easy for the Marketing team to work with, while having a more modern look and user experience.
Alan Smith Pools requested a completely new project that was simple to maintain and could showcase their work as visually as possible. This means photo galleries and graphics are plentiful and straightforward to update.
CHD (Center for Human Development) came to CommonPlaces looking for a completely new custom Wordpress website. Some of the special features they requested included a unique layout, and custom mega-menus.
Being my first project at CommonPlaces, my role in this project consisted of planning, designing, as well as development using a proprietary CMS.
While this was not my project originally, I have been contributing it often since this site was redesigned and built at CommonPlaces, and assisted with the original development while still learning how Drupal works.
EdX came to CommonPlaces looking to build two new Drupal 7 sites, each with a very similar custom responsive theme. This site needed a clean and efficient way to display a significant amount of information that would adapt to any device while following the edX company design guidelines.
Axeda requested a new responsive design for their Drupal 6 website. My job consisted of creating a new modern design, and then building out a custom theme.
It was a unique project that required custom icons and graphics. In November of 2014, this redesign won a MobileWebAward for Outstanding Achievement in Mobile Development.