I built a new Drupal website for Taxation Disciplinary Board. The site has the same look and feel as their old website but with more features and much better usability.
Provided multilingual set up, Drupal support, custom development, and security updates.
The client sells seasonal products specifically diaries, planners and calendars, and promotes them through a newsletter section. She wants to update several products names without affecting the node URLs, and she wants to display the next year text in text areas and meta-tag fields of targeted nodes in different content types.
The website is developed and built with Drupal CMS and Ubercart. Themed from scratch with the responsive 960 grid system to look similar to Drupal Commerce which is powered by Omega theme. The final look with 5-level responsive support was the client's choice. My Drupal friends still think the website uses the Commerce Kickstart theme.
The website was developed with minimum contributed modules for blensya.com, and showcases medical supplies on a Drupal site. Products were migrated from two US based non-Drupal websites into manually created taxonomies on Drupal. The purpose of the site is to provide UK and US medical supplies and devices to the Middle East market.
The site has a section for in-house training and showcases products using Drupal views and blocks like featured content, discounted, most viewed, dynamic PDF brochure, etc.
Drupal was developed with Ubercart for setting up an online books store for metrobookstore.com. The project involved many phases from site planning to architecture and utilization of several contributed Ubercart sub-modules. Front-end work and site theming was also involved which was defined by the client's agency.
Accomplished various projects for TD Imagies and their clients ranging from Drupal with Ubercart sites to Oscommerce sites and custom MySQL and PHP projects. The first project was a custom MySQL database and a custom-made mailing and subscription system in 2006 which is still being used on their website tdimagies.com.
Haringey Snooker Club wanted a Drupal website to introduce and promote their business and to allow table booking via the website.