Kris Balch, President of VST, reached out to Goldlilys Media to inquire how to make their existing website easier to manage.
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.
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.
Build out the back-end with Drupal and creation of a custom module to make AJAX updates directly to forms instead of going to another page. The planner also contains the ability to send out reminders through email or SMS messages using Tropo. The reminder depends on certain conditions the user chooses on their profile. Besides coding the back-end, also themed the front-end user interface with jQuery library for interactivity and CSS.
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.