I developed an application for the Harvard Library that displays technology available for loan. I originally developed the app for the Cabot Science Library, but provided enough flexibility that it could be expanded to include other libraries on campus.
Printer’s Devil Review is an independent, open access journal of literary and visual art. Recently, I redesigned the site to allow users of mobile devices to more easily access the magazine's content. In this case study, I highlight the features and tools I added to the site.
In a part one, I showed how to use JQuery UI's .dialog method to script a modal message on a Drupal site. In part two, I show how to customize what the message looks like and how often it appears in the browser (using cookies).
Champs Not Chumps was an audio podcast that featured interviews with people pursuing creative, social, or intellectual projects. Between 2009 and 2012, I produced sixteen half-hour episodes and several related audio shorts.
Printer’s Devil Review is an independent, open-access journal of literary and visual art. As the founding editor, I pulled together a staff, developed a brand identity for the magazine, and began recruiting content.
Submitted by tdodson on December 6, 2011 - 10:45am
Champs Not Chumps is an audiopodcast featuring interviews with people who are pursuing creative, social, or intellectual projects. So far, we’ve done episodes on alternative comics, flash fiction, accessable farming, teaching meditation to kids, you name it. We wanted our listeners to be able to engage with the show beyond just listening to the episodes, and Drupal provided us with an open source platform to feed the podcast and provide a web presence for the show.