USA Dance is a national non-profit organization whose primary mission is to support Ballroom dancing.
This site was created as a proof of concept to replace the existing site. The advantages over the previous site:
The Less-Paper.org site is an online service geared towards providing Boards of Directors a place to advertise meetings and post public information. It includes two Drupal modules developed internally and not currently available to the general public:
The Central Ave Dance Ensemble web site was initially created to serve as a base site for the dance company. It has evolved into a general dance site, providing many useful videos and links for several dance disciplines. Using the Organic Groups module, we are able to house several different dance organizations (http://www.centralavedance.com/og) within the single site. Using the OG User Roles module, we are able to make some groups private, and give appropriate role levels within the group to members that are restricted to just the groups in which they have those roles.
The Brix Realty Back Office is a site designed to electronically tie all the parties of a real estate transaction. Each property is maintained as a group (using OG User Roles). Every party to the transaction has the appropriate role within the group (i.e., Buyer, Lender, Broker, Developer, etc...) and is then able to provide and receive property documents that they have rights to.
Initially developed in 2007.
HBAR scanned the entire Official Record of the War of the Rebellion (Civil War). We created an infobase from the scans and compiled it into an online search and retrieve library.
This is a large repository of information related to Workplace Violence. It is a Self-Administration web site which has been customized to this particular application.
Developed web site and eCommerce. Also provide web site and database hosting.
Developed entire eCommerce engine for sales of CD's and online subscriptions. Also provided database and infobase hosting (SDSS).
This site previously ran on the main LAUSD WWW servers (IBM AIX OS) utilizing its mainframe DB2 database. It demonstrates how the Self-Administration Web Site can be easily implemented in non-PC, non-Windows environments.