Drupal Development Experience

We are not new at this. We have worked with Fortune 500 companies, universities, and major non-profits. Here are a few representative projects.

Takenote Conference

Innermotion provided theming services on a conference site for Harvard University and the Radcliffe Institute. Takenote will be an online and on-campus exposition of notes and note-taking in the Harvard collections in fall 2012.

Core Competencies: features, git, site building, theming

Babson College Innovation Pipeline

Innermotion provided architecture, custom module development, theming and site building for this Babson community site. Challenges included REST based services to import and update user accounts and extensive RSS feeds.

NSTA Exhibitor Registration

Innermotion developed a registration system for the National Science Teachers Association to registration and manage exhibitors for regional and national conferences. Challenges included data migration from Access and online badge printing.

Mass. Retirees Member Management System

Innermotion developed a member management system for the Massachusetts Association of Retired State, County and Municipal Workers. Administrative staff manages contact and dues payment information for this 60,000 member association. Members can log in and renew their individual memberships. Challenges included migrating from a FileMaker Pro database, performance tuning, and an IE6 compatible theme.

Roger Williams University School of Law

Innermotion provided support and maintenance services of the School of Law site.

Core Competencies: site building

Bentley University

Innermotion's Chris Akeley provided analysis, project management, architecture and development services to Bentley University. Bentley migrated a 50,000+ page web site from a proprietary content management system to Drupal 6. Sample migrations include the McCallum Graduate School, Campus Life, and the PhD Program.

Core Competencies: custom modules, migration

WEEI

Chris Akeley was lead developer and architect for weei.com, one of the first major web properties in the Boston area to launch on Drupal 6 in the spring of 2009.

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