Provided strategic consultancy to the National Theatre as they began their project to update their existing Drupal site along with a number of external systems.
Powering the fun of Nickelodeon Junior's online colouring app is Drupal. A set of line art is stored on the system, and when coloured in the layers are stored with users accounts. On the back-end, competitions can be managed such as 'pic of the week' and there are a number of functions such as send to a friend which compile the art and send it via email.
Universal Music has an app for iOS and Android which provides Augmented Reality experiences used mostly for specific promotions.
Developed the content and asset management system which powers the app, working with the digital agency who were providing the content for these promotions.
Developed the Drupal back-end for this television content market operated by the European Broadcasting Union.
Collaborated at the intersection of a games design company, a digital agency and the Cartoon Network to develop the asset management system and API to enable these cute creatures to please many a child!
When a user registers on the site they choose and customise their characters so the system goes and gets all the different types of bodies, eyes, headgear and so on and once selected they are stored along with the user profile. As games are played scoring information is also stored, and there is a limited messaging facility.
Disney runs promotions in national newspapers offering free screenings. Each newspaper has a unique code printed on it which readers then type into a website and are then able to book a certain number of tickets for particular films in a limited number of cinemas.
Built the website which managed both the content management side to manage the film, cinema, and showing time details along with the unique code creation and validation, ensuring the tickets used were valid ones. Made use of Drupal Commerce suite of modular commerce-related modules.
Launched in 1980, Books for Keeps is noted as being "the most important periodical in the world of British children's books". There was even an uproar from authors when a star-rating system was introduced as this had not been done in their industry before - you can see when this happened as early issues have no ratings on reviews. With over 12,500 reviews and 2,000 articles as well as information about authors and artists, this project was no simple Drupal upgrade but more an exercise in data cleansing and migration.
HolyMoly was one of the original celebrity gossip websites launched in 2002 but sadly closed its virtual doors in 2015.
Back in 2008 the site was running on Java which was hard and expensive to adapt to their fast-moving editorial needs. As Drupal was on the rise as a respected Content Management System in the media industry they wanted to migrate their site over and this is when they were recommended to us as the Drupal experts.