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Independent Adoption Center

The Independent Adoption Center is a compassionate and dedicated domestic open adoption agency founded in 1982. Since its inception, the IAC has helped make open adoption the norm in adoptions in the United States. The website is designed to be a resource for all members of the adoption triad. Features include:

  • AJAX family profile search
  • Question and Answer section for all adoption-related questions
  • Webform and views for lead management
  • Pulls profile data from our drupal 6 website, where our families create their own adoption web presence
  • Chat live with social workers with a third-party chat

Sunset Pizzeria

For what reason did I choose the Best Interesting Website Built With Drupal category for this nominee? The answer is simple: I belive that this Drupal 7 site is old school and has a timeless style.
This website and its mobile cousin (mobil.sunsetpizzeria.eu) was made for a retro pizzeria and restaurant in the European Union. It is in hungarian, so please do not blame me about it.
This is the third Drupal website which I made from A to Z. When I was building this site I was falling in love with Drupal more and more.

Zing Toys

Zing Toys wanted a completely new site which showcases the colorful and engaging images and video of kids having a blast with Zing Toys.

School of Public Health - Health Research For Action

This was a complete redesign for the Health Research for Action (HRA). The redesign included the ability to utilize the "Project Search" section from the newly created site in the existing parent organization: The School of Public Health. Notable features: * JavaScript dropdown 'Email Subscribe' functionality at the top of all pages * Custom homepage marquee w/intro slide, followed by showcased projects that have been promoted to front * Infinitely extensible marquee slider navigation at the bottom of marquee * Default Drupal search and customized, taxonomized project search w/advanced

Matt Terry

This is my portfolio site. It's evolved over the years from a custom cms, to drupal 5, then 6 and now drupal 7. I recently updated the graphic design and ported it to drupal 7, it's still a work in progress. The next phase is the mobile version of the theme. The right hand menu will take over the whole mobile screen and switch to the left hand content view when the user clicks an icon. In this sense it has been designed with a mobile first approach. The site has always served me well.

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