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Christian Aid

The Christian Aid website was built from the ground up with Drupal 8.
> Build with Paragraphs for editor flexibility
> New information architecture and content rewrite
> Advanced Views form for resources
> Webforms with custom API submission
> NginX reverse proxy provides seamless integration with old non-Drupal site

Royal Museums Greenwich

> Drupal 7
> Fully responsive (Omega theme base)
> 350,000 objects migrated from 6 different sources


> Sales and Marketing site for multi-national payment service provider
> Contractor: Lead Drupal Developer
> Fixing a large backlog of issues (Jira)
> Supporting internal content authors
> Managing external Drupal agency
> Creating the website vision for the next 3-5 years.

The Economist - The World in 2015

> Contractor developer working with Cameron & Wilding
> Drupal 7 CMS for editors only
> Importing XML content exported from InDesign
> Integrating with Pugpig connector from Kaldor
> Output to mobile templates for hybrid app
> Also provided an RSS feed for Pressly.com for social sharing.

Contract Projects

> Contracting with Axis12 digital agency
> Included small projects for UCLU and Kew Gardens
> Included Symfony 2 project work
> Contracting with Cameron & Wilding Drupal agency
> Project work for major publisher.

Care Quality Commission

> Contractor developer working with Axis12
> Drupal 7 CMS
> Apache Solr with search API
> Migration and data transformation for 100,000 nodes
> Both front-end and back-end development
> Mule ESB integration

Royal Mail

> Lead Drupal Developer at Capgemini Digital
> Developed parts of RoyalMail.com
> Drupal 6 with OOP
> Integrated identity checking service backend

Michael Page

> Lead Drupal Developer at Capgemini Digital
> 1st developer on Michael Page Singapore (1st country of global roll-out)
> Team Lead with 6 developers
> Developed JSON backend feed from integration hub
> Apache Solr integration

Roman Mysteries

> Children's Book series
> Drupal 6
> Migrated from proprietary Rails CMS

Howe Solicitors

> Drupal 7 CMS
> News, Featured and Latest
> Twitter Feed
> Migration from Proprietary CMS

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These are some of the sites and projects we've worked on in recent years, either directly or through other companies.