To keep up with the latest web trends, Goldlilys Media updated the entire static HTML site to a fully functional website with a gorgeous design that matches the organization's theme and ideals. Goldlilys Media interviewed the staff of Women's Museum of California to gather enough information about their organization to translate to the website medium. Made it possible so that adding contents to the website won't need any programming knowledge, but with only a few selections from forms using Drupal CMS allows the display of sections in any way imaginable.
Unique Web Identity
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.