The Aten team recently completed a redesign project for cironline.org. Our CEO, Justin Toupin, wrote about the launch a few months back. CIR, the Center for Investigative Reporting, is a nonprofit organization devoted to in-depth reporting, often covering issues of injustice and abuse of power taking place around the world.
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Hop on over to drupal.org and one of the first things you’ll notice is the slogan, “Come for the software, stay for the community.” I’m fortunate to be living in Denver, a city with one of the most vibrant Drupal communities around. Host to the most recent DrupalCon, Denver also boasts monthly Drupal meetups (which you can watch streaming live on Denver Open Media), an active IRC channel, and many of the leading Drupal shops, contributors, and maintainers.
This week, eight weeks after we completed Roosevelt Institute’s ND2.0 project, the redesigned blog is brimming with current posts and activity. ND2.0, or Next New Deal, is a blog fostered by supporters of the Roosevelt legacy and acts as a community think tank for progressive leaders and communicators endeavoring to restore America to economic and social balance.
I’ve been back on the Aten team for two months now, catching up on recent work and initiatives. To help with this, I started going through client projects we’ve completed in the last year. Several jumped out at me, but perhaps none more than site redesign ICTJ.org which launched last spring.