We build websites using Drupal, one of the best content management systems out there. Check out the Projects section for a list of Drupal sites we've built. We also do Drupal module development to help clients get the most out of Drupal. The tech savvy Obama administration chose Drupal because it's great at connecting people and communities online and it's open source: check out the new http://www.whitehouse.gov/. Get organized, get connected, get Drupalized.
Last year, the City of Burlington was having issues with their website and Ektron, their proprietary content management system. Upgrades weren't going smoothly, navigation was cluttered, color choices didn't mesh with the information architecture, things were breaking. They came to Triangulus, their local Drupal experts for a solution. It just so happens, we're experts at Ektron to Drupal migration!
I'm at DrupalCon Chicago with about 3000 other Drupaleros. Had to drive through the big storm on Monday to get to Albany first! It was quite an adventure. The Chicago architecture is awesome: cutting edge design from the 1920s that still is stunning.
Great party last night at the Field Museum. Check out the Drupal crowd hanging out with Sue the Trex.
Drupal is alive and well. More DrupalCon attendees, more sponsors, more exhibitors, more growth. There's lots of excitement about Drupal in mobile devices, HTML 5, Drupal 7 and much more.
I saw my old friend Ryan, who is now helping run Commerce Guys: http://www.commerceguys.com/. I remeber meeting Ryan some years ago when he was building an ecommerce system part time for his boss, a refridgerator salesman. This system went on to become http://ubercart.org. He's come a long way since then. He now jets back and forth to Paris to meet with investors! You gotta love the power of Drupal and Ryan's hard work and big smile.
Burlington.edu is a great example of a successful collaboration between Burlington College, Triangulus and Designpush.com. We provided the Drupal base system, integrated the great design work of RC Kirk at Design Push and trained BC staff in the maintenance and upkeep procedures of the website. We also helped with information architecture and creating a navigational structure that flows smoothly and integrates with the design. The new site is cleaner and better organized and much more flexible than the old site.
The old BC site was a custom built CMS that was having issues and it's creator/maintainer was departing. With the new site built on Drupal, BC is assured of years of smooth operation with a cutting edge CMS that should acommodate all their needs for the future.
The Old Spokes Home is a great old bike shop in Burlington's Old North End. We are proud to announce that we just went live with their new web site! Check out http://oldspokeshome.com for the new Old Spokes Home online.
The OSH has lots of great new and old bikes on display in the shop. They do great custom work on new and old bikes. The new website highlights some of the incredible museum pieces that the OSH has. I think they're the most extensive bike museum in the Northeast.
The OSH had a nice website before we did the overhaul. The new site has more graphic flair than the old site, maintains the unique antique look and feel, but also has space for the new and updated material. The new site is also simpler than the old and should navigate more smoothly for site visitors.
It's been a pleasure working with Glenn and Chris on the website and we'll make sure it serves them well into the future. Swing by and check out the bikes and the shop!
Go to WisdomHunter.com for a look at a great Drupal site that Triangulus helped develop. We designed the overall CMS architecture and custom content types for this site. As the project developed, a clean and organized system based on Drupal taxonomies and an understanding of the Drupal way helped keep things flexible and easily accessible. For everything to roll out in a smooth organized way on the site, we developed simple standardized content types for authors and books listing detail fields for each.
We are happy to be working with the Center for Media and Democracy (CMD) in Burlington as they move their web presence to a Drupal based system. The Center for Media and Democracy runs Chittenden Community TV, the Channel 17 public access television station, CyberSkills Vermont, and CCTV Productions. We built Pegevent for CCTV to handle their day to day scheduling and playback integration.