Second re-design of the UC San Diego VisArts website with additional features that the clients wanted. Themed some of the front-end so that the website stays current with Responsive Design for mobile compatibility.
Re-themed an existing Drupal 6 using a Fusion subtheme from Photoshop designs. Learned how to create multilayered submenus and different styling / coloring for each section using CSS. Configured the photo galleries, events and blogs as node references (relations) to particular users with different roles for the site. Added twitter feeds, views slideshows, news and events calendar on homepage. Fixed existing content types to include references and for the views to display the required fields.
Added new services and extra features such as calendars, sign on events and better search for programs.
MHS is a non profit organization that helps improve the lives and health of substance abusers and other behavioral disorders.
Converted an existing backend from Coldfusion to PHP and fixed coding errors.
Continuing Psychology Education allows users to take exams online and have a choice to receive their certificate of completion through online or through mail depending on how they paid for their exam. Each exam has a corresponding solution sheet in the back-end PHP code that matches with the user's inputs so that the results are given to the user as soon as they finish their exam. This makes it easier for users to receive their certificate as quickly as possible.
Themed the Front-End using Fusion Subtheme from a Photoshop designed by Saemidori Designs, CSS and XHTML. Customized the look and feel of the site according to how they want sections to be defined. Each section has its own "style", which can be seen by the color changes.
Lots of Q&A between the designer and I, the developer/themer, to get exactly what they want out of the site. For that reason, made sure that adding contents to a section makes sense to a non-technical company and that user interface is straight forward.