Working with design partner, Illusio Design, we built OregonWild.org in Drupal 7 utilizing the Foundation 5 framework. The custom theme was created using Compass and SASS, and lots of Foundation goodness. Fully responsive design, and easy to manage in Drupal.
Services: Custom Drupal theme & build.
Foodhero is a project created for the Oregon State University Extension Service. This Drupal project involved significant custom theming, and module development. The site is rolled out in 2 languages, and utilizes Spanish and English dynamic switching, AJAX, and a responsive design. It was a fun and intense project!
FoodHero currently averages about 60,000 unique visitors a month, and ranks in Google's top 5 for several "recipe" related search terms. For example, try searching for "healthy recipes".
Services: Drupal custom theme and module development, SEO services
Developed in Drupal 7. Multiple custom modules.
Onvia is a high-profile company located in downtown Seattle. They are publicly owned and listed on the NASDAQ. Their previous site did not perform well in search engines, and they were looking for a cleaner design along with much better performance in both speed and search engine visibility.
I developed the site in Drupal, creating the custom Drupal theme and multiple custom modules, setting up content types and strategies to build out a resource center using Drupal's taxonomy system. Complex 2-column drop menu system, also built custom form templates & connected them into NetSuite, a third party CRM
Beautiful Web Designs, and Smart Drupal Builds
You have an idea for the kind of website you want, you might have even given some thought to the design. But finding someone who can effectively build what you need in a solid CMS system like Drupal is sometimes easier said than done. I've been building Drupal sites for corporations and organizations for several years now, and have been involved in web site development and design since the early days of the web.
If you've got a Drupal project you need developed, contact me!